Gallery Goodness, February 26th 2019
Okay, so firstly, a little confession: I somehow managed to miss out a good number of photographs from the last post. That means that we have a really good haul of images to browse this time around. We’ll cover a lot of ground: projects large and small, from beginners to old hands, and a full range of aesthetic preferences.
Toolchest by Jonathan Ard
Tool chest in pine. Used a scratch tool to break some of the lines and add visual interest.
Bathroom Cabinet by Marcelo Lima
This one was made with a Brazilian wood named maracatiara
Stepladder by D
Jefferson Chair made with red oak.
Cherry Ladle by Donald Kreher
Using Paul’s spoon carving techniques I hand carved this ladle from a blank I rove from a cherry “fireplace” log. The bowl is 3” diameter and 2.5” deep, the handle is 10” long.
Side Table by barrysutton
Side Table made from recycled Oak flooring – 28 quite small Mortise & Tenon small joints in all – a real test of accuracy.
Morris Chair by Hetzal Hartley
Hand cut red oak with linseed oil finish. Mortise joints pegged with cherry dowels. No power tools used.
Mallet by Bob Blarney
a turneda mallet & ‘persuader’- leather & wood faces- finely textured with a nutmeg grater –
Coffee Table by Anthony Sheldrick
Ash coffee table designed by me for a college assignment, it has a 3 piece top with mahogany strips, it includes a drawer.Its my first project ever
Workbench by jblakley89
Douglas fir with a 20″ top and 4×4 leg assemblies
Trestle Table by Stephen Bettany
All oak it began with an off cut of my nephews new kitchen top and my wife’s desire for a new table. Scaled down from the original to suit our needs.
Coffee Table by Craig Medvecky
Walnut coffee table. I used a breadboard ends learned from the cutting board series, a sliding dovetail center rail that I learned in the coat rack and clothes airer videos, and I used the through tenons and arts and crafts style that I learned from the coffee table videos. This was my best result to date! The video lectures are a first class product. Thank you, Paul and crew.
Storage Chest by Anthony Greitzer
Storage chest made from Cherry, Curly Walnut, and Pine
Workbench by Rod Brink
Sellers work bench modified smaller with accessories
Bench by Rod Brink
Natural pine small bench very simple dowel joints, hand planed for final finish. Danish Oil.
Corner Unit by rayc21
Premier pine 4 coats Ronseal clear varnish. 1st time mitred mortice joints
Workbench by Scott Carro
I built this child sized workbench to teach woodworking to children. Made from Cedar and Pine.
Lego/Puzzle Table by David B
Was asked to make a basic lego table for a friend’s kids. Used a 2’x4’x1/2″ sheet of birch plywood inset in poplar (used a plough). Legs are laminated 1x. Happy with my dovetails having not done a project in a long time. The kids are going to paint the table so nothing more that a sanding sealer finish. I bolted the legs on with carriage bolts.
Dovetail Box by Stefaan Verweirder
Wallclock by ccguest
Pine and lime.
Dovetail boxes by Francois Lafaix
3 simple trays, red pine finished with shellac
Wooden Tray by Collin Gallagher
Christmas present for mother. Walnut and Ambrosia Maple with clear shellac
Dovetail Box by whitewolf
Yellow pine, caseïne paint and beeswax small tea box
Sawhorse by Nik84
First ever woodwork (minus a spatula at school) made from pallet wood
Bookshelves by Ben Simons
This was made from Red Alder from a friends yard. It’s 4 feet by 6 feet, and was a bit more challenging than I expected to get everything glued up quickly. I’m very pleased with how it all worked out in the end, though.
Workbench by Karol
Made of spruce and as per the istructions, ended up with oversized and overweight apprentice piece. Took me twelve months 🙁 still very happy with the result… short viedo as a proof here: https://youtu.be/9gsDU9aI2HE
Square by Reagan Herman
A try square made from cherry and poplar offcuts
Wallclock by Denis Bedford
Clock/weather station in pine.
Student Desk by Kent Hansen
Wallclock by Kent Hansen
Oak and Walnut
Small Side Table by Gijs Domburg
My first small side table using the spokeshave. All Oak
Rocking Chair by Drechsler Norbert Pauli
This is my third Paul Sellers Rocker and its made of American Black Walnut. The seat is made of a built beech wood frame with belt webbing, coconut fiber upholstery and a leather cover. I oiled and waxed as a finish, looking however for alternatives that allow the wood to show more of its personality. As with this third built I found my attention to expand and cover aspects like the wood surface in more detail then before. Not getting boring yet. Still an universe to discover.
Hanging Wall Shelf by Harold K
Hanging Wall shelf made from Pine finished with amber shellac
Sawhorse by Hassan M.
adapted the design to make a base for my bandsaw. made it from second-hand pine and finished with shellac.
Footstool by Reggie
Pine and unknown wood from pallets.
Footstool by Gary Mercer
Two Foot Stool …with Bum. This is my take on a fun little project, made from recycled pine. It uses through mortice and tenon joinery. For fun I carved toe nails and added a bum to the rear. The dirty legs and feet were burned with a propane torch, then polished with a nylon brush and finished with clear shellac.
Tool Cabinet by MIKE OBRYAN
Pine carcass with walnut fronts. Poplar and maple doors.
A Bandsaw by James McKinley
A bandsaw near Cannon Beach, Oregon
Dovetail Box by Przemyslaw Mysik
This box I made for my daughter’s puzzles and it’s constructed out of pallet wood. I done some pyrography on the top of the lid.
Thank you to everyone who has sent a picture in!
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These are all quite wonderful and inspiring!
I need to get the lead out and make some sawdust. There are several of these projects being added to my list.
This is some good work.
Hi just to let you know I have been having difficulty with obtaining the pictures with the blogs .
I’m not sure if it’s my internet or what.
Can you help. I’m missing all the fun.