Gallery Goodness, 16th January 2018
2018 = two-thousand-and-great-teen!?
It’s probably too early to say, but it’s not too early to crack on in the workshop, as demonstrated by these fantastic pieces!
Coffee Table by Kerri Franklin
I read mixed reviews on cherry and walnut together, but I did it anyway. I love it! Thanks so much masterclasses!
Wallclock by Andrew LeRoy
Christmas gifts for my daughters and their families. Matching wall clocks from black walnut and soft maple. Detailed with wooden molding planes.
Teak Garden Bench by Stephen Hillier
This garden bench was made from genuine teak. The timber cost £800 – so not for the weak hearted. The pattern was taken from another (ex public) park bench but with enbellishments of my own. Without the inspiration and help from Paul’s videos I would never have contemplated doing this project. Hey, it’s not perfect but you would not know it from the picture. All joints are draw bore joints. Seat slats are screwed with brass screws and plugged with teak.
Wallclock by Bruce Selman
Clock number 10. Red oak
Spatulas by Terry Gandy
I used this project to learn about working with various grain configurations. L-R: Mahogany, Curly Maple, Burled Maple, Cherry, Quartersawn White Oak, and more Cherry
Wallclock by Craig Medvecky
Walnut and White Pine — Don’t know where you all got those dials but I couldn’t find one, so I decided to jazz it up and inlay my own face with a 12 point compass rose.
Wooden Suitcase by Ian Croft
wooden hinges, wooden locks
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These are beautiful pieces. Great work. But also noticed a couple of the rooms that were part of the pictures. We used to have houses that looked like that here in northern Alberta Canada but they have been knocked down and replaced by modern structures; which are ok in their own right but i personally still love the look of the older style homes. They have a warmth all their own which you don’t feel n the newer buildings.