Gallery Goodness, 3rd January 2018

Christmas is a time for peace, fun, food and, if our submissions page is anything to go by, a great deal of woodworking. I am glad that you have been using your time wisely and very thankful to everyone who has shared their photos. I hope 2018 will give everyone ample time to continue to learn and make.


Shoji Lamps by MTaylor

Shoji Lamps by MTaylor

Shoji lamps. This is a collection of Shoji lamps that I have been making. It includes 3 lamps and a table with shoji panels. The woods are cherry walnut and curly maple.


Dual Chip/Dip Tray by Roger A. Congdon

Dual Chip/Dip Tray by Roger A. Congdon

Laminated White Oak and Walnut, milled to size and shape. Sanded, Sanded, and Sanded then Finished with Clear Polyurathane.


Footstool by Brandon Sweet

Footstool by Brandon Sweet

Oak & Walnut wedges and bowties. The wood was all from a bed headboard.


Keepsake Box (Walnut) by Peter Bernhardt

Keepsake Box (Walnut) by Peter Bernhardt

I made six boxes based on Paul’s design. Here’s one in walnut. I varied the feet and added a lift for the lid made from plum.


Keepsake Box (Cherry) by Peter Bernhardt

Keepsake Box (Cherry) by Peter Bernhardt

Here’s one in cherry. The lid lift is Ipe and another variation on the feet.


Keepsake Box (Blue) by Peter Bernhardt

Keepsake Box (Blue) by Peter Bernhardt

This box is white pine I dyed Indigo blue. It’s always fun to try out new finishes.


Keepsake Box (White Pine) by Peter Bernhardt

Keepsake Box (White Pine) by Peter Bernhardt

Another white pine box. I used an aniline dye to give it more warmth and gave it a lift lid and feet in red oak.


Workbench by ejorg17

Workbench by ejorg17

Just finished the workbench based on Paul’s design! 5 feet long by 27 inches wide by 38 inches tall, made from western spruce with Veritas quick-release vise with plywood liner.


Chair and Footstool by deanbecker

Chair and Footstool by deanbecker

red oak mission style with hidden footstool finished with shellac and waxed


Occasional Table by Brandon Sweet

Occasional Table by Brandon Sweet

Oak and Cherry


Dovetail Box by Max Broome

Dovetail Box by Max Broome

Cedar scraps with shellac box for craft pieces


Steamer Trunk by Ronald Goodall

Steamer Trunk by Ronald Goodall

Tasmanian Oak, with Tasmanian Oak plywood.


Table with Broadside Display by timvogan

Occasional Table by Brandon Sweet

broadside display for the bookstore i work for


Water Color Artist Box by Todd Wegner

Water Color Artist Box by Todd Wegner


Workbench by David Berry

Workbench by David Berry

Pine, roughly 72″ x 26″ x 37″ (I’m 5’6″). Lower is milk paint, with Boiled Linseed Oil overall. Followed the “Working Wood” workbench, which is very similar to the new videos. Most of the tools are restored from old — Stanley planes and Disston Saws (the one closest to the vice was found in an antique store for $3, freshly sharpened — I haven’t restored it but used it throughout the bench build.


Christmas Trees by Misha

Christmas Trees by Misha

Pine


Dovetail Box by Arjan Kerpel
Dovetail Box by Arjan Kerpel

Dovetail Box by Arjan Kerpel

Mahogany dovetailed pencilbox


Keepsake Box by Tom Benim

Keepsake Box by Tom Benim

Keepsake Box 12/26/2017 Walnut Shellac


Bookends by einar

Bookends by einar

Bookends. A Christmas gift for my daughter’s friend.


Bench Stools by schumie

Bench Stools by schumie

Walnut, the seats are different sizes for my wife and me.


Coffee Table by schumie

Coffee Table by schumie

Walnut live edge


Cheese Board by Tom S Kosmo

Cheese Board by Tom S Kosmo

Not actually a cutting board, but more for serving cheese. Made this from spalted birch from the neighbourhood and reclaimed mahogany. Very interesting to make the edgeband by boiling the strip and shaping it around the piece!


Dovetail Box by btyreman

Dovetail Box by btyreman

second sliding lid dovetail box, made from oak with shellac and dark wax finish.


Rocking Chair by Paul Schenk

Rocking Chair by Paul Schenk

Oak Rocker


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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