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Gallery Goodness, 20th September 2018

We’ve had some very impressive submissions this week. It’s just astounding to see so many. Can’t really say more than that. Thank you!


Workbench by Steve

Workbench by Steve

Made from pine from a local sawmill. Included my dad’s old Record 53 – also in picture is joiners mallet . dogs and winding sticks. Many mistakes but have learned a lot.


Workshop by Theophilus Georgandas

Workshop by Theophilus Georgandas

I couple of years now, I am trying to set up, organize a work space.


Workbench by Oscar Visser

Workbench by Oscar Visser

Workbench, just for myself


Trestle Table by Oscar Visser

Trestle Table by Oscar Visser

Oak kitchen table (with iron U-shaped trestles)


Footstool by Tom Bird

Footstool by Tom Bird

Milking Stool. My first project on my Seller’s-style workbench! Thanks woodworkingmasterclass crew! Pine and redwood. Shellac and furniture polish finish.


Joiner's Mallet by Tom Bird

Joiner’s Mallet by Tom Bird

Maple Mallet. Boiled linseed oil and wax finish.


Dovetail Box by Glenn Kuffel

Dovetail Box by Glenn Kuffel

Box #4. Pine. All hand tools using Paul’s techniques. Practice improves.


Bathroom Cabinet by Kurt Schultz

Bathroom Cabinet by Kurt Schultz

2nd grade pine finished with amber shellac and wax. Layout for the door build was the most challenging…now I have 2 other doors that will need cabinets to! One will be a first aid cabinet for the garage. The other issue I encountered was my cabinet sides where not true to width- not the short side causing the installed mirror retaining bars to bump on the shelves. So instead of making the shelves thinner, i opted to make a bunch of small clips to avoid the shelves.


Tea Tote by caerlynnfibers

Tea Tote by caerlynnfibers

oak and dead chestnut I carried down on my shoulders for fire wood from a pirenee mountain forest.


Picture Frame by Peter George

Picture Frame by Peter George

Craftsman style picture frame made from oak


Picture Frame by Peter George

Picture Frame by Peter George

Inlaid picture frame Roasted aspen inlaid with maple


Small Dovetail Box by Kenneth McCraw

Small Dovetail Box by Kenneth McCraw

Small Deodar Cedar box with Spalted Maple top and bottom Shellac finish


Dovetail Box by Kenneth McCraw

Dovetail Box by Kenneth McCraw

Pine box with Mahogany trim Shellac finish


Dovetail Box by Kenneth McCraw

Dovetail Box by Kenneth McCraw

Box made with Pine cut offs glued together, top Ash frame with Elm insert Shellac finish


Dovetail Boxes by Kenneth McCraw

Dovetail Boxes by Kenneth McCraw

Pine tool storage box for my Record 044 and one for my Stanley 289, one oil finish and one Shellac finish


Coin Cabinet by Jake Gevorgian

Coin Cabinet by Jake Gevorgian

Numismatic coin cabinet. Used mahogany, maple, cocobolo drawer pulls and brass drawer pulls.


Winding Sticks by Reagan Herman

Winding Sticks by Reagan Herman

Winding sticks from oak, ebony and curly maple.


Workbench by David Boyle

Workbench by David Boyle

My first ever joinery project! My late father in law who I never had the pleasure of meeting had been a keen woodworker. I had noticed a plane in his garage a couple of years ago and hadn’t known what it was. It turned out to be a rusty no4 record. In researching the plane and how to restore I happened upon Paul’s YouTube channel which is an invaluable resource. I restored the plane and built the bench to begin to learn its use and maintenance. I know my bench isn’t the finest example but it’s solid and heavy and feels fantastic to use. The vise is a heavy brute of a thing that I saved from our previous house, a Parkinson, also restored and working well. I really like the idea of continuing to use old and once forgotten tools and in a sense bringing them back to life. I sometimes think of the people that used them previously. Thanks for this amazing resource and the opportunity to think about the past and learn new and valuable skills


Small Dovetail Box

Small Dovetail Box

Small Sliding Lid box, made from old wood from toolbox till. Note nail hole in bottom. Wood seems to be spruce or white pine.


Dining Table bench by NikonD80

Dining Table bench by NikonD80

White Oak bench with storage under the seats. 64″ long, 17″ deep and 19″ high. This was built to accompany a dining table I made a few years ago. Finished in blond shellac.


Bench Stool by NikonD80

Bench Stool by NikonD80

Made this out of scrap pine and faux leather left over from another project so I could sit at the bench when drawing plans. Finished in blond shellac.


Craftman-style Lamp by NikonD80

Craftman-style Lamp by NikonD80

White Oak lamp. The Oak was fumed in ammonia and then finished with Amber Shellac before being given a final couple of coats of wax.


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.

1 Comment

  1. David B on 20 September 2018 at 4:46 pm

    Nice projects, everyone. I’m always humbled by the beauty of others’ creation, knowing the time and energy that goes into building things right that are every bit as beautiful on the inside as they are on the outside.

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