Gallery Goodness, 5th November 2018

Do you paint or draw? Play an instrument? Climb? Write poetry? Or perhaps you’re a … woodworker? Well, it’s great to have you in the club! You’re in good company! Just look at the fine examples below.


Farm Table by J. Barton

Farm Table by J. Barton

1st farm table build. 7’er for my wife.


Spoons by phillnleblanc

Spoons by phillnleblanc

a spoon is a spoon


Diamond Stone Storage Box by Jim Baker

Diamond Stone Storage Box by Jim Baker

An old style hollowed out box. Decorations show which grit will be exposed. Finger grips to open friction fit box which also provide access to sharpen router irons. Overhangs set up plane irons for eclipse. Cutouts do same for chisels. Two ends provide primary and secondary bevel. Leather strop stored inside.


Joiners Toolbox by MeMyself&I

Joiners Toolbox by MeMyself&I

I really enjoyed this project. I made it out of red oak and left it unfinished.


'How to' Table by MeMyself&I

‘How to’ Table by MeMyself&I

My first mortise and tenons! Thanks for the lesson Paul. The table is made out of pine, and I still need to apply a finish. I cheated on the bevel of the table top and used a table saw… Sorry Paul


Square Awl by Dave Robbie

Square Awl by Dave Robbie

I got the idea after seeing an awl that Paul had. I made the handle out of a 1.25″ dowel that I planed to 8 sides then turned on my mini lathe. I made the ferrule from a brass fitting and the square awl from a 3.5″ hardened masonry nail. I first annealed the nail, then shaped it with files and sandpaper. I then hardened in with oil quenching and then tempered at 400F in a toaster oven. To get the name like Paul had on his handle, I just laser printed out my name in mirror image then placed on a wetted side with clear waterbased polyurethane. I let dry then put water on it and lightly rubbed the paper off leaving the name.


Bedside Cabinet by Stefaan Verweirder

Bedside Cabinet by Stefaan Verweirder

First project


Knife and Fork Drawer by Stefaan Verweirder

Knife and Fork Drawer by Stefaan Verweirder

Knife and fork drawer


Bathroom Cabinet by Kurt Schultz

Bathroom Cabinet by Kurt Schultz

2nd bathroom cabinet. Pine finished with milk paint, shellac and wax. Dimensioned the cabinet to one of the doors I made the wrong size in my first one.


Shop Dresser Preparation by Anthony Greitzer

Shop Dresser Preparation by Anthony Greitzer

This is the corner of a half-blind dovetail made from pine. I’m making four drawers with half-blinds. In preparation, I’ve been practicing with cut-offs from past projects.


Bench with storage by David Barker

Bench with storage by David Barker

Made from Redwood…..finish yet to be determined.

Bench with storage (2) by David Barker


Artist Paper Storage Chest by Don Nelson

Artist Paper Storage Chest by Don Nelson

Built of red oak with western big leaf maple secondary wood. Sized to take full sheets of watercolour paper.


Wallclock by Nick Kerr

Wallclock by Nick Kerr

I made this from bits of oak flooring that I found laying about in the Mens Shed in Dukinfield. They can hang it on their office wall.


Saw Vice by Ian Lambert

Saw Vice by Ian Lambert

Built in oak with jaws lined with thin leather following Greg Merritt design


Occasional Table by Brian Rosenberg

Occasional Table by Brian Rosenberg

Shaker table made of scrap redwood left over from deck rebuild.


Joiner's Mallet by Francois Lafaix

Joiner’s Mallet by Francois Lafaix

spalted/regular beech mallets, finished with boiled linseed oil


Workbench by Mike Field

Workbench by Mike Field

Here it is! Clear redwood with Boiled Linseed Oil as the finish. Just a few more customizations and its completely finished.


Dovetail Caddies by rayc2

Dovetail Caddies by rayc2

Dovetail screw caddies made from pine treated with shellac


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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