Before you browse through the pictures of my current stock below, it might be useful to read through this information. I am using jargon in the image captions due to limited space, so this information may be helpful.
First, 4/4, 6/4, 8/4, etc. refers to the thickness of the material. It is really pretty simple, but may seem confusing at first. 4/4 is about 1" thick when rough sawn. 6/4 is 1.5", 8/4 is 2", and so on. 4/4 usually mills down to about 3/4" to 7/8" thick, 8/4 can usually be milled to anywhere from 1 1/2" to 1 3/4" thick.
A board foot is the equivalent of 144 cubic inches of wood. I will usually charge by the board foot, unless I paid for some material by the linear foot (which is rare). So, for 4/4 wood, a board foot is the equivalent of a 12" x 12" section. For 8/4, it is a 6" x 12" section.
I can acquire a wide variety of species as slabs or dimensional lumber, and non-wood materials, that I don't keep in stock.
I currently have a significant stock of elm, catalpa, spalted maple, red oak, and a few other varieties of slabs and/or cookies.
If you have an idea of what materials you want, and you would like to see more about the other options - joinery and finishing - please follow the link below.
Foot photo attribution: Genusfotografen (genusfotografen.se) & Wikimedia Sverige (wikimedia.se)
2x4 attribution: Photo by Michael Holley, June 2008.