Another couple of weeks have passed and another fantastic selection of woodworking projects have been submitted to the galleries! Thank you to everyone who sent something in. Your work never ceases to inspire.
Wallclock by Greg
Made of white pine. This was a fun project and very rewarding. My wife wasn’t fond of the base embellishments so i kept it simple. Finished with blonde shellac and wax.
Rocking Chair by Giorgio Colombo
I used pine. Not very happy with it but I had no alternatives, here in Italy I do not where to buy better wood
Wallclock by Joe
walnut and maple with garnet shellac then wax; my 4th clock
Step Stool by Joe
stained poplar with shellac then polyurethane for my child to use to reach sink; design from Fine Woodworking
Japanese-style Carpenter Boxes by Joe
walnut and maple with amber shellac and wax; japanese style carpenter boxes for Christmas gifts. Thanks Paul for teaching me the skills to make these.
Dovetail Box by mercified
hard maple; cherry inlay; shellac and wax; gift for baby’s baptism
Workbench by Mike Lee
Boxing grade pine with recycled treated pine legs
Electrical Panel Cabinet by Emmanuel Olive
Little furniture to hide my electrical panel (fir, okoumé, american walnut).
Stepladder by Matt Sims
Redwood Pine from local timber merchant. My sister is really pleased with it!
Bench Stool by Andrea Mazzini
Bench stool made out of spruce. I finished it by staining it black, sanding most of it off and staining it once again with blue.
Table by Peter Gaffney
Oak and Sapele table for my wife. She wanted the legs to be straight instead of shaped so I had to leave them.
Mortise Gauge by C.J. Cole
Mortise gauge made of sapele with an oak dowel. Pins are finish nails that were clipped and sharpened.
Corner Shelf by Aaron Michalka
Shop Cupboard by Anthony Greitzer
My shop cupboard to house all of my finishing products as well as some sharpening oils.
Shop Table by Anthony Greitzer
My shop table houses a couple of large files and serves as a place for shop cupboard to rest. Both reside in one of the corners of my shop.
Workbench by Michal Vrabel
I spent a lot of time, when I bought all tools, but thanks to the Paul I could do it and I built my first workbench. I used a Spruce, vice – YORK – HVRQ802 9“, finish – hard impregnating nature oil. Thank you for your help in this matter. Best regards, Michal from Slovakia.
Arts and Crafts Hall Table by fbrotherly
Walnut Floating top table draw bore peg joints
Coffee and Tea Cupboard by Anthony
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.