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Children's furniture

I started woodworking in 2002 when we were expecting our first born son. I was disappointed with the poor quality and limited selection of baby furniture in the stores. My first project was a crib, made of red oak, and built using a handed down table saw and Ryobi drill, sander, and plunge router. A couple years later we welcomed our other son, so I made a twin headboard to match the crib, and when he outgrew that, a second crib. By then I added a Ryobi BT3000 table saw to my shop, and more projects followed. Their bedroom now includes a desk, wall display shelf, and two toy boxes. And my shop now includes more Ryobi tools, too.



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