Gallery Goodness, 3rd July 2018
It’s super-super hot here. At least, that’s what the non-Texan contingent of our team thinks. Still, it’s never too hot to admire the skills of our woodworking community, preferably with ice-cream in hand.
Keepsake Box by harry wheeler
Walnut keepsake box with tung oil finish
End Table by Alex D
End table with drawer added. Made from poplar and pine. Thank you to Paul and the crew for showing the possibilities of hand tool craftsmanship.
Frame Saw by Jonathan Joffe
White Oak and Alder, Gray Paint with shellac on top.
Dovetail Box by Dennis O’Shea
Just a box my 100 year old Mother had asked for. Made out of popular with mineral oil finish
Rocking Chair by jhwill
This is my second rocker with oak and walnut accents, built with some Greene and Greene details.
Bookends by Charlie V.
Bird’s eye maple
Rebate Plane by cvoss
Loved this project – was like magic when it worked
Table by mxbroome1
Simple table to use as a bedside table.
Walking Cane by joeblues79
Zebra wood cane made for mother in law
Joiner’s Toolbox by joeblues79
Joiner’s toolbox made from pine
Keepsake Box by joeblues79
Zebra wood sides and wenge frame and panel top and bottom.
Keepsake Box by joeblues79
Zebra wood box with peacock marquetry
Dovetail Box by joeblues79
Walnut box with wood duck marquetry
Wooden Spokeshave by ehisey
Made from Dogwood and finished with blonde shellac.
Dovetail Box by ENRIQUE HULSZ
Mahogany and Ash, Shellac finish
Dovetail Box by David Barker
dovetail box with lock..I used pine for the carcase of the box
Bench Stool by David Barker
Three legged bench stool in pine adapted from Paul’s three legged milking stool
Rebate Plane by David Barker
rebate plane with adjustable guide made in pine.
Rocking Chair by parstein
This is my second rocking chair, made for the parents in law. The wood alder and I got it from an ancient water powered saw mill in south east Germany. The seat I built based on a 25 steel springs prefabricated core, padded with canvas, polymeric fibre, fleece and a covering of natural leather. This time the rocker are steamed and bend instead of laminated. Great fun, again and a browny with the inlaws ;_)
Face Vice by Norbert Pauli
Inspired by some nice builts I was looking to find the means to make a wooden vice screw. The vice jaw holds a runner 7cm square an 60cm long. Joined to the jaw by through mortice and wedged tennon. All pices are made of steamed beech.
Bench Stool by Rob Martin
A modified version of the bench stool project with two prongs mounted to one of the bottom rails so that the stool can double as a guitar stand when not in use. The seat and guitar rests are mahogany, and the frame is sapele. (The pictured guitar belongs to my brother. I did not make it.)
Stepladder by dovetails
Wall Shelf by Kurt Schultz
Poplar wood with milk paint and wax finish.
Bench Drawer by mercified
Workbench drawer — Pine with Danish Oil. Drawer pull shaped from a cherry offcut. First-ever drawer, thanks to multiple screenings of Paul’s drawer-making videos.
Workbench by Andrea Mazzini
My first woodworking project had to be Paul’s workbench. Built from spruce, hand tools only, and a 9″ Record vise.
Workbench by Gregory Chambers
Reclaimed tobacco barn poplar from western North Carolina. Tung oil finish.
Foot Stool by Dusty
I made this foot stool from white oak, borrowing a lot of the same elements of the rocking chair project.
Dovetail Boxes by David Barker
Two styles of box made in pine
Rebate Plane by btyreman
made from some scraps of meranti and oak, it will be very useful, finished with BLO.
Bookends by Jonathan Rahall
Oak with walnut button and finished with amber shellac and dark wax. My first joinery project.
Keysafe Birdhouse by Kurt Schultz
A very fun project albeit a most useful one. Pine off cuts distressed painted with a carved robin perched. Key safe inside for housekeeper and dog sitter.
Wall Shelf by Jonathan Rahall
Black walnut sides with shelves of so called Philippine Mahogany from the 1950’s. It was a cabinet door my wife didn’t want anymore.
Dresser Caddy by Jonathan Rahall
Legs and bottom are black walnut. The sides are oak. My first project of my own design.
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Beautiful projects everyone. And a happy July 4th to those from the U.S.!
Great projects, all! But I have to say, @RobMartin, that bench stool really struck a chord with me. 😁, (sorry…). Great idea.
I’m unable to open many, but not all of the photographs. My computer tells me there is a certification issue, the certificate does not match the certificate for the website… Attention by the webmaster required?
joeblues79 – How on earth do you make these beautiful marquetry?!