Bonnie and I are hard at work to fill a big catalog wholesale order. It will take a few weeks to complete. This is just the first run. Helps when I have two pressure pots. Since we normally have a few left over, I'm going to have a sale on metal flake blanks here on the website. I'll even keep the shipping at the old flat rate shipping rate if you order more than 6 blanks. All metal flake blanks are $5 each. The sale will end at midnight on Sunday, March 3, 2013.
Here is the most recent couch table I made with hard rock maple. Also I've posted measurements if someone wants to make their own.
Today, I spent about an hour building this plywood zig zag shelf. I had seen
the plans on "instructables" website. (http://www.instructables.com/id/60-minute-bookcase/)
Not really much to say other than it was very simple. I made it out of project
grade plywood. Bonnie has plans to paint it the same color as the hallway trim.
I put together another couch table for my sister. Table has defects that I call "character", mainly knot holes that I didn't fill. The table was fairly simple to assemble. The only problem I encountered was the table to leaning to one side because I had not cut one of the boards square. Square cuts are very important or you will have drinks sliding off.
Spent my weekend making this fancy litterbox that can double as a table. I modified the plans I had for the dog kennel. This one is 22" x 24" x 24". I guess this could be a inside dog house for that pampered doggie. Again, I used my kreg jig to make the frames for the ends and sides. I used sandable 1/4", 3/4" plywood and pine 1" boards that I ripped down to size. It is something you can build in a weekend or even a day.
I'm a beginning woodworker playing with simple projects I can complete quickly.