We’ve had quite a few new photographs submitted over the summer period. Please consider this your official catch up now that the holidays are over and normal business has resumed. We’ve had more items submitted even since I began writing this post, but for now please enjoy the following…
TV Corner Cabinet by btyreman
Here’s a bespoke corner TV Cabinet I designed myself, based on the knowledge that paul teaches, it has dovetails on the bottom apron, stopped housing dado’s and a bareface stub tenon, the base is made from painted pine and the top from american white oak which was scraped with a no80 cabinet scraper finished with pure tung oil, I chose the top wood carefully to get a cathedral grain look and include the lighter sapwood, there are a few screws for extra support to help strengthen it even further, my client loved it, and I loved making it.
Footstool by Peter
Oak wood with two layers of shellac
Milking Stool by Eric Brown
3-legged milking stool, yellow pine
Headboard by Paul Taylor
Walnut head board.
Bookends by Marcelo Lima
The wood is a Brazilian type named Maracatiara (Goncalo Alves)
Bench Stool by Ryan O’Hayre
Paul’s bench stool
Breadboard-end Cutting Board by Steve Araiza
Red oak panels, soft maple ends, walnut dowels, and walnut oil finish
Rocking Chair by thiel2
Joiner’s Toolbox by thiel2
Winding Sticks by Ryan O’Hayre
Oak with sapele and maple inserts
Sawhorses by Justin Spaeth
Saw Horses for a High School Course in Craftsmanship
Workbench by Vic Lewis
This is my first project and my take on Paul’s European workbench, made from construction timber bought from the local B&Q store. Next to make is some of Paul’s accessories ie shooting board and little jigs.
Toolchest by Roger Peterson
Red Oak and Shellac finish. This was my first big project and I learned so much. I gave this to my wife.
Mailbox by Michael Cieslewicz
Mail box post without metal fasteners. Mortise and tennon, with tennon draw tight pins.
Alchemy Bookcase by Richard Egg
Pine (dimensional lumber). Milk paint finish.
Seaman’s Chest by Gerald Spence
Seaman’s chest in European oak with walnut details. The sides of the chest are dovetailed and required to have a small compensatory slip to be used to correct for the sloping sides of the box.
Shaker-like tray by mercified
Tulip poplar with shellac and wax. Bottom is modeled after Paul’s design for the top and bottom of the Keepsake Box.
cedar bench by mercified
Eastern red cedar. 7 ft (2 m) long. Through wedged tenons on legs and stretcher.
Carrying Tote by Réamonn Bateman
My first fully hand made wood project made with pallet wood and finished with BLO. I haven’t gotten myself a drill brace yet so the handle will go on once I do 😛
Sofa Table by donhatch
Ash with a maple top. Tung oil finish
Side Table by John Moe
I call this a side table. A friend gave me some black walnut that he had sawed years ago. The secondary wood is native Minnesota poplar. The table is my design. The drawer pull is from Paul’s video.
Shooting Board by Harvey Kimsey
Tulip poplar, veneer plywood and oak
Rocking Horse by John Carruthers
a deal carved horse, wax finish
Wooden Spokeshave by bongo817
Its not pretty but it works surprisingly well
Library Book Trolley by Ian Lambert
“Arts and Crafts” meets Plywood. 16 oak slats for the shelving, 32 housing joints with through wedged tenons. Plywood ends and bottom shelf with an eggshell acrylic paint finish.
Workbench by HR
4ft Workbench Southern Yellow Pine
Diamond Plate Holder by André
Keepsake Box by jglaeser
Made out of mahagony. Finished with Shellac (French polish). Greetings from Frankfurt, Germany
Bench Stool by rotaryw
Realized in Pine wood and London planetree. Finished with shellac (the seat) and two different color layered of chalk paint.
Workbench by Kyle P.
I followed the video/blog series to make my workbench out of the infamous “white wood,” which I bought at two different times and got two different woods (i think spruce and doug fir). I got a good workout planing down the rounded edges throughout the project. My well board ended up short in width, but that ended up being a perfect slot for my chisels/saws/etc. I took the picture after working on a couple projects, so it’s a little dinged up. Great learning experience!
Coffee Table by Xavi Molina
Red pine and chestnut. Finish with shellac and wax
Spokeshave by Christoph
Wooden spokeshave, homemade iron, honduran rosewood
Dovetail Box by mercified
Chisel Box — poplar with shellac and wax; had to add breadboard ends to limit the lid curl
Breadboard-end Cutting Board by Will Miller
My first cutting board
Kindling Box by mercified
Eastern white pine; shellac and wax; bottom floats in grooves
Entryway Bench by mercified
hickory; poly finish
Workbench by rickyli647
Joinery bench made out of construction grade pine. 2′ wide and 4′ long, with a tool slot at the back. top glued up in two slabs, however, the wood is not dry enough, warped a bit, result in a gap along the center line. used bowtie to stop the gap from getting bigger. bench top is 39 inches high, bring the work piece closer to the eyes for joinery. may eventually replace the front vise with a moxon vise.
Bookshelf by rickyli647
bookshelf built with construction grade pine. a Back-to-School present for my children. made a nice set with the writing desk I made last year. finished with amber shellac and past wax.
Dovetail Box by rickyli647
made out of 2 by 4. resaw and thickness by hand, my first dovetail ever.
Joiner’s Mallet by rickyli647
walnut head and poplar handle
Coffee Table by bpower
Upcycled construction spruce and pine.
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