Works of wonder, labours of love and undertakings of understated skill. Thank you everyone for sending in your work!
Winding Sticks by Erin Weed
Mahogany with walnut and maple. I wish my walnut strip contrasted a little better with the mahogany, but overall I’m amazed at how these turned out. They’re my first “real” project, and I’m excited to use them for years to come. I’m laughing though that what took Mr. Sellers an hour to make took me all day!
Stepladder by donhatch
Poplar with minwax English oak stain. Two coats of Formsby tung oil
Workbench by Paul Rowe
Made from rough sawn pine, hand planed and adapted to suit workspace 60″x29″ with dovetailed draws for storage.
Lectern by Phil Guthe
Angelim Pedra & painted poplar lectern made for my son upon graduating seminary
Occasional Table by Phil Guthe
Counter height walnut table for my daughter’s turntable. People used to have them to play records (vinyl – they predate CD’s)
Dovetail Box by Zach Patberg
Sliding lid pencil box made from cherry
Walking Cane by Brandon Sweet
Cherry with walnut wedges.
Coffee Table by Adrian
My coffee is of the Arts and Crafts style with a twist. The top is split and converts the table to a tray table.
Workbench by Ronald Kowalewski
Workbench from reclaimed Fir
Joiner’s Mallet by Randall Cates
Mesquite and walnut mallets, boiled linseed oil finish
Fly Swat by Ryan O’Hayre
Sapele with oak laminate
Joiner’s Mallet by Brandon Sweet
Walnut & White Oak. A bit smaller as I used what I had on hand. Finished with BLO & Wax
Wallclock by Hayden Pascal
The wood is Meranti, stained and finished with teak oil.
Writing Desk by wsilvio3625
Writing desk for my wife. Made with quarter sawn cherry, Maple and birdseye maple veneer. Ebony leg cuffs and drawer pulls
Dovetail Box by scott75
Sliding lid dovetail box-Pallet salvage mahogany
Joiner’s Toolbox by scott75
Spruce Joiners toolbox
Craftman-style Lamp by Mark Stone
Oak Lamp with Slag Glass
Jewelry Box by Pete Heller
Zebrawood and European beech jewelry box with sliding top tray. Finished with Tung oil.
Wallclock by Pete Heller
Combination of padauk, European beech, Bocote and Cocobolo and to create an artistic rendering of my Northern New Mexico heritage in colorwise and stylistically.
Winding Sticks by juuso
White oak, ebony and birch.
Changing Table by Sky Valley Studios – DA
For this custom heirloom piece I used mahogany stained a dark chocolate brown to match an existing crib. The style is a combination of Craftsman mixed with a heavy one-piece crest. To make the crest, a 12 degree arc defines the lines. The profile was routed on a table to achieve the same profile as the crib’s rail. The joinery was achieved using a Festool Domino, but mortise and tenon could also be a good option. Each of the shelves are 1/4″ mahogany plywood edged with solid mahogany. Severa
Child’s Table and Chairs by emlamb55
Child’s Table in Cherry
Two Children’s Chairs by emlamb55
2 Children Chairs in Cherry
Laptop Desk by onstage
Used quarter-sawn white oak. To form legs I made a jig by drawing a center line on a 5″ cutoff from a 2 X 4, drilling a 1 1/2″ hole in the middle, ripping down the center line, gluing the two halves together, and trimming up with a plane. I put sandpaper in the 1 1/2 channel thus formed.
Keepsake Box by Jah Rap
Jarrah burl, sheoak and beech with a bit of oregon and bamboo pins.
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.