Gallery Goodness, 16th August 2018

It’s a rainy Thursday morning here at ‘Sellers Central’. The dark grey skies hold the promise of bright green grass to come, but for now Paul’s workshop is an amber-lit beacon of warmth on a particularly damp day. It is, as ever, encouraging to know that many other workshops are also being put to good use, as evidenced by this collection of community gallery submissions from the past two weeks.


Lecturn Bookcase by nljsellers

Lecturn Bookcase by nljsellers

Made in oak, finished with 2-3 coats of shellac and 2 coats of wax


Sewing Drawers by Keith

Sewing Drawers by Keith

Cabinet to hold wife’s sewing machine accessories and supplies. White Oak, stained and glazed with waterborne finish.


Workbenches by William Thompson

Workbenches by William Thompson

Used fir 2×4’s from Home Depot and an old twisted 4×4 for the legs. Made the 4 year old and 2 year old grandson’s bench from left over material.


Horse Drawn Trailer by rayc21

Horse Drawn Trailer by rayc21

Made from various off cuts of hard wood. Finishing to follow by customer


Two-part Cabinets by rayc21

Two-part Cabinets by rayc21

Made from premier pine finished with three coats of Ronsil mat varnish.


End Tables by harry wheeler

End Tables by harry wheeler

Oak and Red Elm end tables


Chest of Drawers by Paul Bowes

Chest of Drawers by Paul Bowes

Vanity made from unique grained poplar. Finished with Dutch oil, shellac, and dark brown bri wax polish and 0000 steel wool


Sofa Table by MIKE OBRYAN

Sofa Table by MIKE OBRYAN

Walnut/oak sofa table made for my uncle. The walnut was cut down over 30 yrs ago by my uncle.


Tables by rayc21

Tables by rayc21

A trio of tables. Made with hand tools posts were finished on the lathe. Customer to finish treating.


Joiner's Mallet by harry wheeler

Joiner’s Mallet by harry wheeler

Joiner’s Mallet in Yellow Heart with Maple Handle


Twin Bed by Pope Jones

Twin Bed by Pope Jones

70 plus pieces of laminated reclaimed pine, light brown dye, red mahogany stain, satin water based finish


Wallclock by willyd57

Wallclock by willyd57

I used a well figured hard Maple for this clock


Shoe/General

Shoe/General Storage Cabinet by Jim Munday

Made entirely from Thai “Mai Daeng” hardwood boards. Only available size 180*20mm finished. Very hard and difficult to work and extremely prone to tear out even with the sharpest tools. Worth it though when finished with fine grit paper and oiled with teak oil.


Wallclock by Anthony Hereld

Wallclock by Anthony Hereld

Oak – finished w/ Danish Oil


Wallclock by Anthony Hereld

Wallclock by Anthony Hereld

Rainbow Poplar


Music Stand by Steve Mees

Music Stand by Steve Mees

A music stand for my wife. It is made of oak, The walnut inlay hides screws that fix the platen to the upright. The height adjuster is a (bought) rosewood viola tuning peg. All done with hand tools. Thank you Paul and team for giving me the confidence and knowledge to undertake it.


Adjustable Angled Craft Table by Kurt Schultz

Adjustable Angled Craft Table by Kurt Schultz

A craft table which was based on a recent post in Paul’s blog. Using picture frame technique, secured the frame for the base. Currently used (and loved) by my wife for her diamond painting hobby…no more cramped neck!


Hanging Shaker Stool by Kurt Schultz

Hanging Shaker Stool by Kurt Schultz

Ultra light (less than 3#) step stool dovetailed, made of pine with milk paint and water-based urethane finish. In the kitchen to reach the upper shelves. Photo bombed by dog!


Hand Plane Storage Cabinet by Kurt Schultz

Hand Plane Storage Cabinet by Kurt Schultz

Pine carcass with plywood panel on hinges that allow for storage underneath. French cleated on wall


Rebate Planes by A. Garrison

Rebate Planes by A. Garrison

(In maple) Left and right poor man’s rebate planes with depth stop. Thanks for the great videos!


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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