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Gallery Goodness, 14th November 2017

We’re firing on all cylinders here at the workshop and, judging by all the submissions we have received, it looks like you are too.


Keepsake Box by Clifford

Keepsake Box by Clifford

Canary wood with shellac finish


Wallclock by Anthony Rich

Wallclock by Anthony Rich


Dovetail Box by Anthony Rich

Dovetail Box by Anthony Rich

Dovetail Practice


Tool Cabinet by Farred

Tool Cabinet by Farred

Made of pine and hardwood veneer plywood. Aside from the backboard, no screws holding this together. I used the sliding dovetail joint from the step stool project for the center divider. The plane till lifts up for hidden storage. I plan to attach a set of small drawers to the bottom eventually.


Dovetailed Box by Ken Johnston

Dovetailed Box by Ken Johnston

African Mahogony Box with a Sipo Base


Joiners Mallet by Tom Heikkinen

Joiners Mallet by Tom Heikkinen

Hard maple head with cherry handle. Made from wood my father left me when he passed away. My first Paul Sellers project!


Stepladder by Misha

Stepladder by Misha

Pine. Teak oil.


Winding Sticks by Brandon Sweet

Winding Sticks by Brandon Sweet

Oak, Aspen, and Walnut


Keepsake Box by Ryan Rich

Keepsake Box by Ryan Rich

Sapele with Brusso hardware


Tool Cabinet by NikonD80

Tool Cabinet by NikonD80

Tool Cabinet by NikonD80

Pine Case with Oak Doors (Mahogany Panels). Made this with my daughter as part of her A Level D/T. Reclaimed Mahogany drawer fronts with Pewter buttons inlaid.


Door by Julien Meklis

Door by Julien Meklis

I promised a door for a friend and he didn’t know which design I had in mind. I tried to design it to mimic his way of life (and mine too). So there is the Sun door.


Dovetail Box by Bryson Hillis

Dovetail Box by Bryson Hillis

Walnut and oak. The star is walnut and poplar. This was my first 100% hand tool project.


Chest of Drawers by Tom Head

Chest of Drawers by Tom Head

Cherry and maple with shellac


Workbench by Zeppos

Workbench by Zeppos

Workbench 230cm wide, 73cm deep, 99cm high


Keepsake Box by Ryan O'Hayre

Keepsake Box by Ryan O’Hayre

Pine/Sapele w/ geometric inlay. No lid. Will never open. Pet urn box for friend.


Tool Cabinet by Ryan O'Hayre

Tool Cabinet by Ryan O’Hayre

Pine with Sapele drawer fronts and shelf trim. No doors yet


Dutch Tool Chest by Harold

Dutch Tool Chest by Harold

Pine chest with breadboard edges and dovetails.


Wallclock by Ed Baedke

Wallclock by Ed Baedke

Wall Clock – Pine. Opted to keep the panel flat with a rear rabbet for mounting. Also made the bottom rail a touch wider. Overall, very pleased with the results! Thank you Paul for the plan and joinery techniques!


Wallclock by Ed Baedke

Wallclock by Ed Baedke

Wall Clock – Cherry. Similar to the pine clock built with a shellac finish. Thanks again Paul for the plan and joinery techniques!


Workbench by Bill Hall

Workbench by Bill Hall

Used 2X4’s from the local big box store. Bench is 33”w X 78”l X 39”h. Finished with a walnut stain and several coats of shellac. Added quick release vise. Inspired from Paul’s 11 part YouTube video series from 4 years ago. Can’t say enough about how great of an experience it was to hand chop the mortise holes as well as using a hand plane. You really do get a feel for how will respond and when to plane in a different direction depending on the resistance you feel. I wish I took that into consideration more before I glued everything up as a group….at least I think it may have helped some.


Chest of Drawers by Marcelo Lima

Chest of Drawers by Marcelo Lima

Made with Spanish cedar


Dovetail Box by Brandon Sweet

Dovetail Box by Brandon Sweet

Tulip Poplar & Purple Heart


Coasters by Brandon Sweet

Coasters by Brandon Sweet

Maple, Walnut, & Cherry. All from scraps.


Child's Chair by burnra

Child’s Chair by burnra

Child’s chair from Teak


If you would like to submit a picture to the gallery, please use the submissions form, and remember, there are plenty more projects to see in the galleries, so do have a look at the menu at the top of the website.

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