Gallery Goodness, 13th June 2017

From breadboards to headboards and from weather stations to teddy reservations; it’s all here in our latest roundup of gallery submissions. Take a look…


Breadboard-end Cutting Board by martinemil

Breadboard-end Cutting Board by martinemil

First attempt. White oak.


Frame Saw by jard011

Frame Saw by jard011

Cherry and walnut. I used brass screws on the back to hold the blade and small walnut inlays to cover the opposite hole.


Workbench by baladd

Workbench by baladd

2×4 studs fir thanks for great instructions


Coffee Table by Kevin James

Coffee Table by Kevin James

Walnut and white oak coffee table. I made Paul’s table, then this one to try something a little different.


Headboard by Paul Taylor

Headboard by Paul Taylor

Walnut head board


Bench Stool by Spencer Gaskins

Bench Stool by Spencer Gaskins

In Pine. Rails gouged to match natural gouge marks of seat. Finished in tinted shellac and wax


Dovetail Box by Jon Weald

Dovetail Box by Jon Weald

A keepsake box which i made from Ash and Purple Heart for my good friends baby


Dovetail Caddy by btyreman

Dovetail Caddy by btyreman

Made my first dovetail caddy today using american white oak, spruce and redwood scraps. I needed a place to put my stationary and it looks great on my desk, it is finished with 3 layers of pure tung oil.


Router Plane by Paul Macklam

Router Plane by Paul Macklam

First toolmaking attempts, wooden planes


Smoothing Plane by Paul Macklam

Smoothing Plane by Paul Macklam

First toolmaking attempts, wooden planes


Rebate Plane by Paul Macklam

Rebate Plane by Paul Macklam

First toolmaking attempts, wooden planes


Bookshelves by James Savage

Bookshelves by James Savage

Made from Ash.


Weather Station by Matt

Weather Station by Matt

Radiata Pine Weather Station finished with Shellac and Wax


Workbench by Andrey Seleznev

Workbench by Andrey Seleznev

Workbench made of Eungella Red Gum, 38 1/2 inch tall, 2 x 6 1/2 feet. Vise chop and side cups – Red Iron bark


Many thanks to everyone who took the time to send their work in. If you would like to submit a picture to the gallery, please use the submissions form, and remember, there are plenty more projects to look at in the galleries, so do check the menu at the top of the website.

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