November 27 – Today’s Featured Pieces – Daily Craftsman

Today we are going to look at some amazing pieces from our readers! Each one of them caught our eye for being very unique. Hopefully you enjoy them as much as we do.

At Daily Craftsman we like to see every project that you have brought to life with your hands! Each image is user uploaded from shops all across the world! If you’d like to see if your work has what it takes to make it into the featured pieces, all you have to do is upload a photo of your work to our site!

From Jay DeLong: Reclaimed Douglas Fir re-sawn from timbers taken from buildings in the Port of Tacoma. The drawer pulls are repurposed railroad spikes. Thanks for supporting woodworkers!  Jay DeLong-9Boards Repurposed Woodsmithing, Bonney Lake, WA

From Jay DeLong: Reclaimed Douglas Fir re-sawn from timbers taken from buildings in the Port of Tacoma. The drawer pulls are repurposed railroad spikes. Thanks for supporting woodworkers! Jay DeLong-9Boards Repurposed Woodsmithing, Bonney Lake, WA

From Justin Fulton: I had the honor of making this crematory urn of walnut and purple heart. The lid has a double onlay and is inlaid with a cross. The body also has a wrapped Inlay and keyed miter joints of contrasting woods. This was my first inlay and first keyed miters.

From Justin Fulton: I had the honor of making this crematory urn of walnut and purple heart. The lid has a double onlay and is inlaid with a cross. The body also has a wrapped Inlay and keyed miter joints of contrasting woods. This was my first inlay and first keyed miters.

From Jemma Corbett: Coffee table I made. Top is Tasmanian oak and base is pine. Jarrah stain. 2pac lacquer. Horseshoe and glass inlay.

From Jemma Corbett: Coffee table I made. Top is Tasmanian oak and base is pine. Jarrah stain. 2pac lacquer. Horseshoe and glass inlay.

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