Gallery Goodness, Bumper Easter Roundup 2018: Part 2

Welcome to stage two of our tour through the user submitted gallery pieces of the past two months. On this page you will find all of the photos which have been uploaded (so far) during March. There are a lot: more than one per day! Thank you so much to everyone who generously shared. We will do our best to continue to keep up with your submissions as they come in.


Fly Swat by Gregg Eldridge

Fly Swat by Gregg Eldridge

Oak, walnut, shellac finish.


Footstool by Mikael Arvola

Footstool by Mikael Arvola

Black walnut footstool finished with blonde shellac. I used maple for the wedges to add a little contrast. The first piece of furniture I’ve made.


Workbench by Tony Maund

Workbench by Tony Maund

The primary wood is Finnish Oak and Birch. The side vice is Araputanga , the cap on the tail vice is Walnut the tool tray ramp is spalted birch and lastly the caps on the vice handles are Alder. All the primary woods were from trees I harvested and milled over the last few years – all the wood is air dried to about 8% The total cost of this project was under $100 (the wood was free, apart from a lot sweat and swearing) This design is based on the Frank Klausz articles in several FWW publications over the years. The dimensions are 84” x 27” x 36” and apart from thicknessing the boards with my planer, all the rest of the build was using hand tools – this was a real treat, with lots of shavings, no dust or noise. The construction of the base is much heavier, than stated in the articles, plus I used through tenons which were wedged using beech wedges. The feet and top support are 3 3/4” square oak (just to give some idea for the scale) The total weight of the project is around 440lb (200kg)


Maple Coat Hanger by btyreman

Maple Coat Hanger by btyreman

a coat hanger I designed and made from maple


Rocking Chair by patrick371

Rocking Chair by patrick371

Paul’s rocker, my first ever chair. quarter sawn white oak, finish is fumed with Danish oil and buffed with bree wax.


Wall Brackets by dunnison

Wall Brackets by dunnison

Two different sizes, clamping screws removed, pre-drilled for wall mounting, in two different woods – Douglas-fir (BLO and Shellac) and hand-hewn street salvaged Birch (Tung Oil).


Stepladder by Karey Reese

Stepladder by Karey Reese

Material used is African Saplee. I had to order the hinges from the UK and the only size I could get were 8”. It was a fun and enjoyable project to do.


Workbench by jcat

Workbench by jcat

Tweeked version of Paul Sellers workbench made from radiata Pine


Shaker Step-Stool by Harvey Kimsey

Shaker Step-Stool by Harvey Kimsey

Tiger maple


Craftsman-Style Lamp by James Quinn

Craftsman-Style Lamp by James Quinn

Popular , Finished with Shellac


Wallclock by MIKE OBRYAN

Wallclock by MIKE OBRYAN

Poplar wall clock. Brushed shellac finish


Toolchest by kyle-welsing

Toolchest by kyle-welsing

Cherry with walnut pulls. Finished with an oil urethane mix


Utensil Holders by kyle-welsing

Utensil Holders by kyle-welsing

Walnut and curly maple. Mahogany and curly maple


Wallclock by kyle-welsing

Wallclock by kyle-welsing

Poduk and curly cherry. Finished with danish oil


Stanley No. 4 Restoration by Alan Scichilone

Stanley No. 4 Restoration by Alan Scichilone

restored a stanley no 4 after seeing Paul’s awesome how to video. Thanks Paul! Went from rusty crap to singing through the wood.


Workbench by Andy Karmy

Workbench by Andy Karmy

Here’s my version of Paul’s latest design. I stayed true to the design, used as much salvage fir as I could for the top from an old storage shed. The bench turned out great and I had a fun time following along with the videos.


Dovetail Box by Kenneth McCraw

Dovetail Box by Kenneth McCraw

kindling box, pine with linseed oil and wax


Leaning Wall Shelf by Nicholas

Leaning Wall Shelf by Nicholas

Poplar, half size, sanded, but not coated yet…


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The “How to Make a Table” Table by steveh

scrap wood table, 2x doug fir for the top and legs and 1x pine for the aprons


Trestle Table by Geoff Taylor

Trestle Table by Geoff Taylor

American Oak version of Paul’s trestle table upscaled to 2×1.2m, finished in clear satin Osmo oil/wax


Wallclock by Ryan O'Hayre

Wallclock by Ryan O’Hayre

Pine w/ garnet shellac finish & wax


Campaign Chest by Chris Stasny

Campaign Chest by Chris Stasny

Portable campaign bookcase of Sapele Drawers are dovetailed and hardware is inset.


Carrying Tote by btyreman

Carrying Tote by btyreman

tote made from and old 1930s mantlepiece, douglas fir handle and redwood pine sides, all laminated. The dowels are hard maple. Finished with de-waxed shellac.


Keepsake Box by Andrew LeRoy

Keepsake Box by Andrew LeRoy

Keepsake Box of Purple heart. Not the easiest for working with. The groove for the lid cracked along the length and I had to shorten it a bit. Still turned out well though.


Shop Dresser by Anthony Greitzer

Shop Dresser by Anthony Greitzer

Pine shop dresser with panel and groove sides as well as the back. Each drawer has half blind dovetails and some have dividers. The legs have mortises to fit the top and bottom rails which are tenoned. Each drawer is separated with panel and frame dividers minus the panel. The top is particle board that is encompassed with dovetail trim. The particle board was not my first choice but I did not want to throw it out.


Keepsakes Box by Emmanuel Olive

Keepsakes Box by Emmanuel Olive

Keepsake box in oak.


Ratbench by Calle Wennersten

Ratbench by Calle Wennersten

In the biker world, there are ratbikes. This is my ratbench.


Planter Box by Tolga

Planter Box by Tolga

I used a bandsaw and a thickness planer to mill the wood; rest of the work was done by hand tools. I used water based timber care and 3 coats of wood stain on pine.


Dovetail Box by Jim Light

Dovetail Box by Jim Light

Dovetail box of White Oak and Black Walnut. I made it for my wife to store her manuals, tools and foot pedal for her Singer Featherweight sewing machine that she pieces all her quilts with.


Stepladder by donhatch

Stepladder by donhatch

Cherry wood with walnut stain on top of cedar stain. Three coats of shellac.


Shaker Inspired Kitchen Hutch by Michael Mills

Shaker Inspired Kitchen Hutch by Michael Mills

Kitchen hutch incorporates methods from Paul’s bookcase project (layout, joinery, bullnosing, door fitting, etc). Uses alder and mahogany for door panels and countertop.


Blanket Chest by Michael Mills

Blanket Chest by Michael Mills

Blanket Chest incorporates methods from tool chest.


Joiner's Mallet by Doug Finch

Joiner’s Mallet by Doug Finch

Fallen cherry tree becomes a joiner’s mallet


Dressing Table Seat by Gentry White

Dressing Table Seat by Gentry White

Anniversary Gift Dressing Table Seat


Mirror Frame by Bruce Purdy

Mirror Frame by Bruce Purdy

A mirror frame made of Ash with a shelf made of Zebrawood. The shelf is actually inset into the frame and the sides of the frame are beveled to create a depth.


Workbench by Jac Norton

Workbench by Jac Norton

Mini work bench. Leg frames in Jarrah (recycled house frame), benchtop in Tasmanian Oak (found in dumpster at worksite) apron in Redgum.


Dovetail Box by Jim Light

Dovetail Box by Jim Light

Dovetail box of White Oak and Black Walnut. I made it for my wife to store her manuals, tools and foot pedal for her Singer Featherweight sewing machine that she pieces all her quilts with.


Gentleman's Valet by Patrick Price

Gentleman’s Valet by Patrick Price

A copy of Tom Fidgen’s Gentleman’s Valet. Made from reclaimed sapele with heavea for the drawer and drawer front stringing. Finished with a Maloof mix of oils and polyurethane – wiped on.


Workbench by Sandy

Workbench by Sandy

Basic Workbench of Pine and a Wilton Quick Release


Hand Router by Danny Gile

Hand Router by Danny Gile


Bench by Andrew Bean

Bench by Andrew Bean

Simple Bench


Hall Table by deanbecker

Hall Table by deanbecker

1/4 sawn white oak with wayney edge highly figured flat sawn top. Finished with amber schellac and furniture polish


Kitchen by Cornflowers

Kitchen by Cornflowers

Granddaughters kitchen


Handmade Tools by John 2v

Handmade Tools by John 2v

Hand made tools using scraps of beach to make a 45deg edge chafer plane from a vintage rebate plane. A scratch stock. Paul’s rebate plane again scrap beach and 3/4 firmer chisel. 2 really good routers, one adjustable. I can cut a stopped housing in a couple of min. No noise no dust.


Tool Cabinet by John Lewis

Tool Cabinet by John Lewis

I used all the same joinery as Paul showed but I added a section. Used mahogany for all but the panels and back which are olive ash. To top it off I carved a cartouche with my initials from lime wood.


Dining Chair by Nathan

Dining Chair by Nathan

This is the third version of this chair I have made and the one I like best


Workbench by Charlie V.

Workbench by Charlie V.

Paul’s workbench plus a set of drawers


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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