Welcome to another amazing selection of images, demonstrating the breadth of possibility in this world of hand tool woodworking. Some tremendous use of fabulous grain patterns, too!
Dining Table by David R.
an oak dining table with breadboard ends and Y-stretchers
Tool Cabinet by Owen Williams
Cherry finished with shellac
Sideboard by Adrian Cole
Built as a christmas gift for my daughter, from Oak and Iroko.
Piano Bench by Chris Harmston
Piano Bench in Curly Maple
DVD Shelf by charmston
DVD Shelf in Cherry with Splined Through Tenons
Occasional Table by charmston
Table in Curly Maple
Workbench by charmston
Another workbench that works…
Joiner’s Mallet by Calum Smart
My first full woodworking project, I’m in love! Made from reclaimed oak from a local recycling project. Finished with linseed oil and beeswax.
Workbench by James Light
Just finished my workbench. Not Paul’s design, but used several of his techniques in building it. At 69 years old I have learned so much from watching his videos and am teaching my 15 year old grandson all I can. All joints are mortise and tenon using Oak dowels to draw pin them together. Wood was all material I have accumulated over the past 40 years, Poplar, Cherry, Black Walnut, Oak and Spruce. Thought Paul would appreciate some of the “upcycling” I did on the vises, using old horse drawn machinery parts.
Rotating Bolt Cabinet by Dan Swartz
Cabinet, constructed of white ash, consisting of 72 triangular drawers in the rotating section and 12 rectangular drawers in the lower stationary section.
Dictionary Stand by Bill Sproat
Cherry with cherry plywood shelves, and a total of 34 hand cut mortise and tenon joints.
Occasional Table by Bill Sproat
Walnut Demi-lune table using veneered bent lamination.
Dice Rolling Octagon by Peter Gaffney
My friends and I play play dice games and have the trouble of keeping our dice on a table and quiet. I made this octagon out of redwood, pieces of ebony and maple block scraps with a plywood bottom fitted into rabbeted edges with black and white leather lining the inside bottom. I wanted to thank Paul and his team for helping me develop the skills and courage to envision and create little weekend projects like these. I plan on making one this weekend out of walnut and maple as a gift for a friend. I’ll take pictures as I go and upload them.
Dovetail Box by mxbroome1
A gift for housing a couple of watches. Made from Walnut. The squirrely grain was wicked hard to plane.
Pencil Box by Max with Andrew LeRoy
Dovetail Pencil Box made with my grandson Max. Soft maple, shellac and wax. Thanks everyone, we had a great time together doing this project.
Carrying Tote by Christopher Guest
Dovetail Boxes by Christopher Guest
Second and third dovetail boxes. Shellac and wax finish.
Saw Horses by Christopher Guest
Joiner’s Mallet by Christopher Guest
First mallet. Made from white oak offcuts. 4 coats of shellac.
Frame Saw by Christopher Guest
Ash, three coats of shellac. String broke so I’m trying this pliable plastic-coated steel picture-hanging wire.
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