Gallery Goodness, 12th June 2018

It’s time for another look at the ever-spectacular work of our outstanding community. Here are the submissions we have received for the gallery over the past couple of weeks. There’s plenty of evidence of elbow grease well spent and skill aptly applied.


Keepsake Box by Chris Bailey

Keepsake Box by Chris Bailey

Variation on a Theme. Keepsake box in Sycamore and American Cherry without the curves made for our 6 month old grandson. Finished exactly the same as Paul’s box: shellac and furniture polish. All wood hand prepared/planed.


Dining Table by Rodney Worthington

Dining Table by Rodney Worthington

Dining table in country maple. Lacquer brushed on and paste wax finish. I used the exact same techniques as for the table Paul made except I increased the size of the tenons and the aprons.


Bathroom Vanity by Arthur Coates

Bathroom Vanity by Arthur Coates

Based on Paul Sellers’ Tool Cupboard – Lower Unit Blog post


Workbench by Reagan Herman

Workbench by Reagan Herman

My new workbench


Art Deco-Inspired Shelves by Pete Heller

Art Deco-Inspired Shelves by Pete Heller

Art deco-inspired tri-material shelving featuring Bocote and inlaid European Beech for contrast. All wooden joinery.


Dovetail Template by André

Dovetail Template by André

Poplar


Turntable Stand by Danny Marchese

Turntable Stand by Danny Marchese

The sides and middle top shelf are from Sepele and the bottom shelf is from cherry.The hooks on the side are from a combination of oak and walnut. also all the stops are from walnut.


Occasional Table by Bryce

Occasional Table by Bryce

New Guinea Rosewood


Assembly Table by Andrew LeRoyAssembly Table by Andrew LeRoy

Assembly Table by Andrew LeRoy

Assembly table of pine with poplar cross bearers. I am fortunate enough to have the room for this in my shop. I am sure it will be well used. As Paul stated I can see a picnic table, bed and several other pieces derived from this design. Thanks to everyone at WWMC.


Controller and Cable Home by Ian Hemphill

Controller and Cable Home by Ian Hemphill

I made this for my daughter and son-in-law as a housewarming gift. It slides into a tv bench that he and I made together. It’s made out of yellow cedar that I hand -milled and then planed up to finish dimensions. A lovely project, which was great fun. I never would have tried such a thing a year ago- THANKS, Paul for all your patient teachings.


Dovetail Box by Thomas Ender

Dovetail Box by Thomas Ender

spruce, lid and bottom plywood poplar, 1st dovetailing attempts thx to Paul’s 3-part series 🙌


Joiner's Mallet by Blaine Hill

Joiner’s Mallet by Blaine Hill

Joiner’s Mallet in Cherry, Oak Handle


Blanket Chest by harry wheeler

Blanket Chest by harry wheeler

The blanket chest in hard maple with birdseye maple lid. The stain is General Finishes Brown Mahogany with oil-based polyurethane top coat.


Tool Chest by kevin winsor

Tool Chest by kevin winsor

North Bennett St School tool chest. Cherry and poplar.


Workbench by zjonak

Workbench by zjonak

Yet another workbench


Workbench by Augusto Campos

Workbench by Augusto Campos

AugCampos Workbench, wood spruce and osb


Joiner's Toolbox by David StewardJoiner's Toolbox by David Steward

Joiner’s Toolbox by David Steward

Pine, plywood and chalk paint


Foot Rest by Amir Mostaan

Foot Rest by Amir Mostaan

My first project using no screws


Trestle Table by C.J. Cole

Trestle Table by C.J. Cole

Adapted Paul’s design to more of a “farmhouse” look per my wife’s request. Base is hard maple finished with milk paint and one coat of oil based varnish. Top is Oklahoma native black walnut sealed with shellac and finished with two coats of oil varnish. I received all the material rough sawn and performed all dimensioning and joinery with hand tools.


Breadboard-end Chopping Board by btyreman

Breadboard-end Chopping Board by btyreman

Breadboard End Cutting Board made using Meranti with Oak pins, finished with de-waxed shellac sanding sealer then tung oil.


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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