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Gallery Goodness, 21st November 2018

It’s been another couple of busy, busy weeks here at the workshop, with plenty of making and filming afoot. I have also had the honour, as usual, of looking through and processing all the fantastic pictures that have been sent in to the gallery. You’d think after two-and-lot years it would get old, but it never ceases to be fascinating, encouraging and astounding to see so many great pieces and to know that they each have a particular meaning to their maker. Thank you so much for sharing and keep up the good work!


Workbench by Nenad Jankovic

Workbench by Nenad Jankovic

Recycled wood (oak for top and legs, pine for other parts)


Tool Storage by victoria777

Tool Storage by victoria777

Tool storage for planes, files etc. made from scrab wood


Dovetail Box by Stefaan Verweirder

Dovetail Box by Stefaan Verweirder

Stanley71 box


Lamp by kevin winsor

Lamp by kevin winsor


Cutting Board by bruce spencer

Cutting Board by bruce spencer

Walnut and Maple cutting board


Wall Cabinet by Paul Walton

Wall Cabinet by Paul Walton

Wall cabinet. Made from Scandinavian Redwood


Christmas Star by James Light (process)

Christmas Star by James Light (process)

Used Alligator clamps for clamping the tips of the star. Worked great. Won’t slide off


Christmas Star by James Light

Christmas Star by James Light

A few stars made for Christmas presents, Spalted Maple, Walnut, Red Oak, White Oak, Elm and Cherry woods


Dovetail Boxes by David Sims

Dovetail Boxes by David Sims

Matching Thank You Note Holders


Workbench by David Sims

Workbench by David Sims

Poplar and Red Oak


Memory Box by Stewart Hardwick

Memory Box by Stewart Hardwick

Made from Cherry with a two way bookmatched burr Walnut veneer panel on the lid, surrounded by Boxwood stringing. Finish is Danish oil


Crib by Phil Guthe

Crib by Phil Guthe

New poplar wood made to look ancient


Sofa Table by Phil Guthe

Sofa Table by Phil Guthe

24″ w by 72″ by 36″ h sofa table quarter sawn white oak


Military Shadow Box by Glenn Kuffel

Military Shadow Box by Glenn Kuffel

Pennsylvania sourced cherry, Danish oil and wax finish. All hand tool work. I could not have done this without Paul’s online tuteladge. Thank you Paul.


Military Shadow Box by Glenn Kuffel

Military Shadow Box by Glenn Kuffel

Pennsylvania sourced cherry wood. Danish oil and wax finish. Military Shadow box. My first mortise and tenon frame and first panel. Really proud of the panel. Made with a nr 5 and 4 handplane to Paul’s instructions.


Workbench by Urban Englund

Workbench by Urban Englund

My new Workbench made from spruce wood.


Milking Stool by Stewart Hardwick

Milking Stool by Stewart Hardwick

Oak, finished in boiled linseed oil


Locust Mallet by Harold K

Locust Mallet by Harold K

Locust Mallet, really enjoyed Pauls mallet video. This one was easy to make, only needed 1) 3″ x10″ branch and a few hand tools.


Toolchest by Ryan O'Hayre

Toolchest by Ryan O’Hayre

Paul’s tool chest with lots of mistakes and lots of learning


Wallclock by Jason Thompson

Wallclock by Jason Thompson

Pine


Workbench by Rick Wallin
Workbench by Rick Wallin

Workbench by Rick Wallin

Work Bench, eight foot long with tusked through tenon suspension and 2×12 for tool well.


Thank you to everyone who has sent a picture in!

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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