Gallery Goodness, 4th September 2018

Thank you to everyone who sent in a photo (or two) over the last few weeks! All of the submissions we’ve received since the last post are arrayed below for your perusal.

I also want to wish all the best to anyone whose life is impacted by the beginnings of a new academic year. I hope everything goes well for you! And to everyone else: Happy Autumn!


Garden Table by Tony from Aberdeenshire

Garden Table by Tony from Aberdeenshire

Swedish redwood planed from rough sawn boards. Mortice and tenon with pegs aprons to legs


Keepsake Box by Urban Englund

Keepsake Box by Urban Englund

Keepsake Box made from birch with a shellac finish.


Bench Stool by Steve Fitzpatrick

Bench Stool by Steve Fitzpatrick

Used Paul’s milk stool video for general technique. Sapele seat, European lime legs and white oak foot rests.


Plane Renovation by Tony Kelly

Plane Renovation by Tony Kelly

Plane renovation


Rocking Chair by Julian

Rocking Chair by Julian

Rocker, made from some punky red oak and finished with walnut danish oil.


Coffee Table by rayc21

Coffee Table by rayc21

Made from pine with Sapele draw front. Finished with three coats of Ronsil mat varnish.


Tool Chest by jsmyth

Tool Chest by jsmyth

I used northern white pine from New England


Table by jsmyth

Table by jsmyth

Shaker style table built from cherry.


Joiner's Toolbox by btyreman

Joiner’s Toolbox by btyreman

Painted with Dove Grey Chalk Paint then varnished, the photo collage shows all the details, I used redwood pine for the majority of it and oak for the runner cleats, my tools are now safe and all in one place.


Dovetail Box by Kevin Herman

Dovetail Box by Kevin Herman

Mahogany dovetail box


Coffee Table by Hetzal

Coffee Table by Hetzal

rough cut local white oak


Frame Saw by Reagan Herman

Frame Saw by Reagan Herman

A turning saw made with Gramarcy hardware in fumed white oak


Joiner's Mallet by robert nixon

Joiner’s Mallet by robert nixon

Reclaimed something for the mallet head that was so light the pine handles were far heavier than the heads


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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