As the sun’s glowing beams etch their shimmering traceries across the workshop, it’s time for us to shed some light on the latest community photographs from the past two weeks…
Tool Chest by noelob
Cherry tool chest based on plans from Lee Valley
Carrying Tote by Andrew LeRoy and Max
Carrying Tote of pine. Made with my grandson Max. Thanks to all.
Cherry Serving Tray by noelob
from scraps leftover from my tool chest
Wooden Toolbox by Michal Vrabel
Mint & boxed by Paul Sellers, before application of shellac
Workbench by Richard King
Pine bench with leg vice: a medical Co diction requires that I sit as much as possible to do my work, hence the cutout in the front apron. The vice chop is hard (sugar) maple and is lined with leather. The top is 4″ thick. Great bench! Absolutely rock solid!
Wooden Tray by Amir
Wooden Tray made from Pine
Console Table by John Redden
Two drawer console table in oak.
Table by Greg M
Red oak finished with 5 coats of Arm R Seal Satin by General Finishes. This is my first all mortise and tenon joined project. I was very excited and pleased with the results!
Wooden Tray by Collin Gallagher
Serving tray, walnut and ambrosia maple.
Rocking Chair by dicksters
Oak Rocking Chair. Only took one million hours.
Coffee Table by Matt Sims
Recycled American Oak Side Table
Workbench by Daniel Willis
I used regular lumber yard SPF for my build. The legs were laminated of 2×4 to get square legs once planed to size. The aprons might be a bit narrower than Paul’s but they work. There’s a drawer that I finished just the other day. Hand cut dovetails in the drawer, loose fitting compared to others but they work. And they’ll get better with time. The drawer handle is big and beefy. I like it that way. Feels heavy and solid in the hand. It came from a piece of maple the tow truck driver left behind when he hauled away the container when we moved here last summer. Red leather for the vise jaws came from a cow hide I purchased while deployed. A port visit to Souda Bay and a little leather shop in a back alley. My strop is also made from that cow. The bench has the sharpening shelves on the left size but no tool well in the back. Yet, that may come. Until then, I’m going to have fun building boat parts at this bench. Thanks Paul and team.
Wallclock by Kent Hansen
Walnut and oak christmas gift
Wooden Plane by Sharon Casa
I made this plane in preparation for the Shaker-style bench project. The iron was from an unused block plane and the wood was from a firewood log–spalted (fungus eaten) maple. I never used a wooden plane before, so this was a revelation to me. I tested it on a 3/4″ thick piece of pine. It worked like a champ, despite my side pieces not having precise housing depths.
Carrying Tote by Nenad Jankovic
Made from pine, finish with shellac
Cutting Gauge by Reagan Herman
Walnut and brass body, oak beam, cherry wedge.
Cutting Board by Reagan Herman
A cheese board
Bed by Collin Gallagher
Bed for my children. Yellow pine rails with Douglas Fir legs. Used propane torch to lightly char for color then finished with shellac.
Small Desktop Drawers by Benjamin Caton
A small pine dovetailed case with two drawers, to add storage to my daughter’s otherwise flat desk.
Occasional Table by Martin Shenfield
Made out of radiata pine on a very low workmate.
Wallclock by Martin Shenfield
Made from radiata pine and sydney blue gum offcuts(I’m Australian) and the grooves done with saw and chisel only.
Workbench by Geoff Taylor
My workbench 2018. recycled English Oak legs and bearers. locally sourced air dried Beech laminated top, American white oak stretchers. Knock-down bolts (Veritas)
Dovetail Boxes by Richard Homewood
My first 4 dovetail boxes. Still learning! Ash; sycamore; ash and sycamore; oak.
Thank you to everyone who has sent a picture in!
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