Small tilted bookshelf
I created this small bookshelf for my sister. It is made from 16 millimeter pine and is tilted 10 degrees to the left to keep the books from falling over when the shelf is only half full.
The big end is made with an owl relief carved by my ShapeOko 2 using a 5 millimeter end cutter for roughing and a 2 millimeter rounded cutter for the details.
Small bookshelf details – owl relief
Small bookshelf with books
I’ve recently made a couple of Muskoka chairs from these Double Muskoka Chair plans that I have adapted to my likings. The result was these two chairs:
A penguin puzzle
This short post just to show my latest creation: A penguin puzzle made from pine. The design is from the book “Animal Puzzles for the Scroll Saw” by Judy and Dave Peterson. I can recommend that book for anyone who likes making puzzles for children on their scroll saw. 🙂
Some days ago I made this puzzle of a mustang on my scroll saw from a piece of pine I had in my workshop.
The pattern was created by Eric Van Malderen and was published in Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Holiday 2015: Issue 61.
Another box with roses
I decided to make a jewelry box as a present for my wife this holiday. I milled every part on my Shapeoko 2: A lid with roses, a ring for the sides and a bottom part. The result looks like this:
A round box with roses
I reused the 3D roses from this box and from the cabinet door I made earlier. The box is made from pine and has a diameter of 150 millimeters.
As seen on the last photo I’ve milled the lid on both sides: the roses on the upper side and a groove on the underside that fits into the box when the lid is on:
Underside of the lid