362 posts
Apr 2014

David E.

Jacksonville, FL
www.dmlwoodworks.com

I'm David from Jacksonville, FL. I'm 34, married with three young boys. I work as a staff accountant for a local trucking company, and run a small side business out of my single car garage called DML Woodworks. I'm currently going back to college to get my business degree. With work, school and three boys involved with sports and cub scouts, I don't get much time to get out in the shop right now, but I try to get a half hour every couple days, and maybe a couple hours on the weekends. Looking forward to learning from everyone here, and hope I might be able to contribute something every once in a while.

Greene & Greene inspired coffee table - Woodworking Project by David E.

Greene & Greene inspired coffee table

I’ve been working on this coffee table on and off for the last 5 months for a co-worker. Started...

Calvin & Hobbes Clock - Woodworking Project by David E.

Calvin & Hobbes Clock

I’ve recently rediscovered Calvin & Hobbes comic strips, and have been absolutely addicted to...

Time Piece Tray - Woodworking Project by David E.

Time Piece Tray

This is a watch tray that will hold 10 watches. Made from Walnut and Cherry.

Bottle Openers with CNC'd carvings - Woodworking Project by David E.

Bottle Openers with CNC'd carvings

I ended up buying a small hobby CNC in December. I’m still learning all the ins and outs of it,...

Valet - same same but different - Woodworking Project by David E.

Valet - same same but different

Another Valet – This one was made from Bubinga and Bolivian Rosewood. The bottom was flocked....

Open top box for organization - Woodworking Project by David E.

Open top box for organization

Just another box. This one made from Cherry with Cypress splines and dividers. Finished in Danish...

Workshop Tour

Nothing much to see except a mess. I’m not nearly as organized or clean as I’d like to be. My shop is a single car garage, about 10 ft wide by 14 ft that is considered my space. There is an additional 6 ft or so beyond that that has the washer,...

Family Heirloom

I’m Feeling a bit nostalgic and wanted to share an heirloom made 84 years ago by my Great Grandfather, Nicholas Caruso. Nicholas moved to the states around 1919 from Florence Italy and was a cabinet maker by trade. Unfortunately, he passed away...

2 Comments

Thanks David…
My top seller was my dipping board (made for oil and bread with decorative handles), my bar board (a 4 × 6″ cutting board) and my tea box.

-- Ellen

Thanks for sharing that with me Ellen! I know every market is different, but it’s interesting to see what sells where. Have a good one!