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Chests

Cedar chest crafted from local Manitoulin white cedar.  Interior left as natural wood.

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Odds and Ends

Candle holders, sandwich boards, and cutting boards.  Perfect for gifts!               (back to home)

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Timberframe Porch Roof

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Building Addition

An Engineering background and a keen eye for detail are indispensable for a complex building addition such as this one.  The site-built trusses on the left, and the kneewall on the lower right, tie into the original roofline on the upper right.           This project also involved re-purposing the original cedar […]

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Refreshment Stand

This refreshment stand graces the Manitoulin Island Country Club, and offers summer drinks and food on the golf course. This was a volunteer project. The framing and rafters were fabricated in Don’s shop. Erection of the structure, installation of roof and siding was assisted by two golf club members. (back to home)

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Decks

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Windows and Trim

Window casing milled from white pine.  Note the curved trim over the upper portion of this loft window.                 This thick stone wall required a jamb extension and custom casing around the window. Oak window stool and apron with rounded corner drywall return to window frame. This window […]

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Doors and Trim

                    These re-purposed eight-foot-high double glazed doors, originally from Egypt, were sourced from the Habitat for Humanity Re-Store.  They were retrofitted with new glazing and hardware.  The new frame and casing were custom-milled from white pine.  A plinth block integrates the bottom of the casing with […]

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Picture Frames

These custom profiles were milled from white pine for the Art for You studio for an art show at the Gore Bay Museum.  The profiles were suggested by the artist to suit her paintings and were not commercially available.  Moni at Art for You Studio used a combination of stains and paint to finish the […]

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Quilting Frame

Roller quilting frame constructed of solid white oak.  Folds down for storage.  Available from baby to king quilt sizes, and accommodates one to several quilters. (back to home)

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