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Here is mine.

I guess I did that wrong, sorry.
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Any use of a naked neck chick in woodworking?
 
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The down-side of big dogs.....

....whoops,...with the new format, didn't see that this was the woodworking forum. Oh, well....the butcher block table behind him may qualify.
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Kitchen Terrorist....
 
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Ok, I'll try!
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I bet it's a home forged knife, with a home turned handle? Nicee!
 
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Yes sir!
 
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John Weiland wrote:
....whoops,...with the new format, didn't see that this was the woodworking forum. Oh, well....the butcher block table behind him may qualify.



Me too
 
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Yeah Todd and John, but one could argue that the designs are much more complex in your items! Plus I really like the chick!!
 
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no chicks here, just old woodworkers...
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Jealous of your post saw!
 
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Allez, for bragging rights!








A little job from mid september.
 
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Wow!!!.... "Stairways to Heaven". Beautiful!
 
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Ha ! You win! It takes a good head to make some twisted stairs like those.
 
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Well, two pics of today.

This is to access my future flat above the workshop.





 
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That's a very nice table, the stairs are something special.
I have a question and you seem just the person to ask it to.

I have enough oak for a table but the quality isn't that great, lots of checking and voids, especialy the black knots you have in your table, but really open and messy.
How do you deal with this outside of scarfing a piece in? I've seen epoxy used but I'm not sure how it will look on a table after a few years. I'm kind of worried that it'll turn into a milky blob.


 
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I've used epoxy on this one, on the big knot by the upper right leg, and the big knot at the center. And also around most of the cracks. From my guitarmaking days, i've always heard that it was working well. But you could also use melted shellac. Or other natural resins. Dunno if rosin would do the trick, but it seems a test to try.
 
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Onto another job. Still woodworking of some kind!
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Benches goind with the table above. Will be followed by a coffee table.











 
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