Linda B
Linda B
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Handmade Cabin Furniture


My nephew makes furniture for his Adirondack's cabin. Here are a few projects he did. He is so amazing.
Here's a little table Mike made from White Birch logs.
Here's a little table Mike made from White Birch logs.
handmade cabin furniture, painted furniture, woodworking projects
handmade cabin furniture, painted furniture, woodworking projects
handmade cabin furniture, painted furniture, woodworking projects
handmade cabin furniture, painted furniture, woodworking projects
handmade cabin furniture, painted furniture, woodworking projects
handmade cabin furniture, painted furniture, woodworking projects
handmade cabin furniture, painted furniture, woodworking projects
handmade cabin furniture, painted furniture, woodworking projects
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  • Comet
    on Dec 23, 2014

    I think that tool @TINA was asking about is a MORTISE and TENON JIG--this is used to bore the holes for the round ends of the logs to go into; there is also a jig that shapes and sizes the ends of the logs to round sections sized to slide into the holes. See how the ends of the round pieces protrude from the larger log framing? A very old and strong method of joining wood with either round or square holes.

  • Sue1741817
    on Jun 24, 2015

    He's a very talented gentleman. Beautiful furniture. Thanks for sharing.

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