I know we have at least a few woodworkers on the boards, so let's see what you're working on or have made! Woodworking, home improvement projects, 3D printing, really anything you're making in the real world goes in this thread. Shots of your shop, new tools, etc, are also fair game.
Here's a side table I finished recently. It's made out of walnut and maple.
And here's a jig I put together to more safely and accurately do pattern routing. This piece is part of the leg assembling I'm making for some more side tables. The extra blocks around the workpiece keep the router perfectly level, which reduces cutting errors. It also gives a more stable platform so I can take slower/more precise cuts. It's a lot safer than doing it on the table router too. Everything is stuck down with double-sided tape so it can be repurposed later.
Here are some stacks of wood that are acclimating for future projects. There's a forestry service nearby that has really good prices on hardwood. They have limited supply, but it's all local/sustainably harvested. Much of this wood likely came down in the derecho storm that hit Iowa this fall.