Autumn roses from maple leafs

Posted By on November 2, 2009

Two posts ago I shared the “Autumn Dragon” made by K. Pavel from Russia .

And since I got good responses, I now decided to show the roses made in same technique.

Virtual lesson from Natalia. The entire sequence of manufacturing such a great bunch – in pictures and comments are here :

maple leaf autumn roses

roses from maple leaf

maple leaf roses

autumn roses

roses in autumn

More carvings from Odessa, Ukraine

Posted By on October 29, 2009

These carvings are also made in plant “Polygon “.

I do not know who the author is, but they are beautiful carvings.

Source :

carved games

wood carving

carved clock

Carved knife handles from Ukraine

Posted By on October 23, 2009

I do not know who made these knives , only that they have been made in Odessa, Ukraine in plant “Polygon “.

As they say on their website :

Copyright bladed weapons (damask steel) will not leave indifferent neither just an amateur, not a true collector.



knife for collector


Autumn Dragon

Posted By on October 14, 2009

I found this little dragon on and I think its very well done and so cute that I have to share it.  Its made by K. Pavel from Moscow Region , Russia .autumn dragon

dragon from leaves

He used maple leaves, hawthorn leaves and branches of lilac, pine cones, thread, glue. So I think this qualifies as woodwork.

Woodwork humour

Posted By on October 10, 2009

If you have built a bike like that , its safe to say that your diagnosis is woodworker in the best sense of the word .

wood bicycle

bicycle from wood

Woodwork humour

Posted By on October 5, 2009

You know you’re a woodworker if/when:

1. You spend $500 on wood and new tools to complete a project for your wife that you could have just bought for $75 at the local furniture store.

2. You refuse to throw away your sawdust because you can use it to make your own filler (even though you have 4 barrels of assorted sawdust just in case).

3. You come home from work and the kids find you still in a suit and tie in front of the workbench covered in shavings a half an hour later.

4. You can tell the front from the back of a box you made because the back has a pin hole in the back that you repaired and nobody can see it except you.

Restorations of 18th century furniture

Posted By on October 4, 2009

These restorations are made by Pedro Rodrigues da Costa from  Sintra, Portugal.









To see more of  his work, visit

Carvings from Oklahoma City

Posted By on October 3, 2009

These woodcarvings are made by one member of  DocT’s from Oklahoma.

More of his work can be seen here

stump jumperstump_jumper

relief carving

carved cobra

Wooden sculptures

Posted By on September 28, 2009

I do not know where I find on the internet these pictures and I do not know who is the author but they are magnificently done , considering they are from wood.




Woodwork humour

Posted By on September 27, 2009

You know you’re a woodworker if/when:

1. You can tell how many tools you’ve sharpened this week by the number of bald spots on your forearms – or legs if that’s how you check your edge.

2. You get the Sunday paper just for ads on Furniture you can make, or Tools you can buy on sale.

3. You havn’t bought a razor in years, because you’re sharpening skills are that good!

4.You try to persuade your neighbor to trim his trees so you can get some extra wood.

5. Your honey would rather you wore gloves to bed than to allow you to touch her with your scratchy rough hands!
Thats it for tonight… gotta go get the kids to bed and find some soft gloves.