Gallery Goodness, 27th September

With great pleasure, we present to you a collection of our latest user-submitted projects…


Sawhorses by JOHN 2V

Sawhorses by JOHN 2V

Soft wood and beech all scrap from timber yard……top could be extended with a bee notch used to holding a door when fitting same


Floor Lamp by Harold

Floor Lamp by Harold

Pine Floor Lamp with contemporary twist


Wallclock by Robert Tobias

Wallclock by Robert Tobias

Plain, sandad(120), clear pine, imperfect.


Sawhorses by Phil Guthe

Sawhorses by Phil Guthe

Samurai Carpenter Craftsman Sawhorses using furniture grade pine


Tool Chest by Philip Higgins

Tool Chest by Philip Higgins

Tool Chest in Cherry recovered from an old chest of drawers and blackwood (Australian native timber)


Kerfing Plane by Bartosz Pielak

Kerfing Plane by Bartosz Pielak

Kerfing plane made from beech, with merbau (i think) accents and brass elements, all made with hand tools (excluding brass knob, that was shaped with angle grinder)


Carrying Tote by nyda

Carrying Tote by nyda

Upcycled pine from a donated draw and surplus plywood for base


Coasters by steviedee

Coasters by steviedee

First 3 Christmas presents made and ready for this year, coasters made from off cuts of Iroko, Chestnut and Mahogony.


Workbench by Leland Purvis

Workbench by Leland Purvis

Douglas Fir, Pacific Northwest. Mostly salvaged/reclaimed wood from a 100 year old barn. (Some hidden nails and screws ravaged my plane irons, though!) Passed on the lams for the top and went with a solid beam. 6’6” x 30” x 38”. End vise is a new Eclipse. Face vise is a Record 52 1/2, off of ebay.


Workbench by david k

Workbench by david k

Mabe with all materials found around my farm. No glue is used. I did connect the top with all thread and nuts. The entire project can be taken apart and moved very easily. All the wood came from the local lumberyard. It is either number to Pine or in some cases pressure-treated yellow Pine.


Workbench by Jakob Reinhold

Workbench by Jakob Reinhold

pine and birch


Step Stool WM

Step Stool WM

Weekend project. The splayed legs make it for a very stable stool. Aside from the leg cutout and handle hole on top (scroll saw), entirely hand tools. Proportions are roughly equivalent to the golden mean.


Router Plane by rgjohn19

Router Plane by rgjohn19

Handmade router plane out of ash with maple cover piece using a Stanley 1/4 in plough cutter


Sofa Table by Aaron Michalka

Sofa Table by Aaron Michalka

No bottom shelf


Carrying Tote by Ryan O'Hayre

Carrying Tote by Ryan O’Hayre

Bottle tote


Bookshelves by philvogt

Bookshelves by philvogt

2 bookshelves of pine.


Workbench by tcurtis

Workbench by tcurtis

My first real woodworking workbench, made from box store Douglas Fir. This has been a great learning experience.


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 have a look at the menu at the top of the website.

3 comments on “Gallery Goodness, 27th September

  1. Paul I am SO SO chuffed to see my saw horses in our garden, standing next to our “grandad” shelter…….plus two planters made from scrap skip roofing offcuts…..mortised corners……corners turned on my lathe.
    THANK YOU for all you have taught me……..John 2V

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