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Gallery Goodness, Tuesday 19th March 2019

It’s been three weeks since our last exciting excursion into the wide-ranging world of community-made pieces, and now we’re back again with another splendid selection of wonderful work. Take a look!


Workbench by Mark Ridley

Workbench by Mark Ridley

Cherry / mystery hardwood / spruce striped bench – including a planing stop made from one of the cherry strips


Dovetail Box by Michael

Dovetail Box by Michael

Purple Heart wood box w/lid


Hanging Wall Shelves by Michael Lamb

Hanging Wall Shelves by Michael Lamb

Fishing reel shelves


'Coffee Table by kevin winsor

Coffee Table by kevin winsor

Wild olive coffee table with black walnut and cerejeira.


Workbench-in-progress by Bjarne Moen

Workbench-in-progress by Bjarne Moen

It’s a start. Apron laminated…


Workbench by Kevin moss

Workbench by Kevin moss

My new workbench


Misc Projects by joeleonetti

Misc Projects by joeleonetti

Various items I have made from Paul’s teaching. Our local school had a holiday boutique so my wife wanted to set up a booth. I sold one of the wall clocks (pine one). My first sale. I was so excited. Thank you Paul.


Tool Cabinet by MIKE OBRYAN

Tool Cabinet by MIKE OBRYAN

Pine tool cabinet with poplar and maple doors. Drawer fronts and shelves are walnut. Shellac finish


Dining Chair by Chris Stasny

Dining Chair by Chris Stasny

Cherry dining chairs


Trestle Table by Chris Stasny

Trestle Table by Chris Stasny

Walnut table made with fitted live edge slabs and maple butterflies


Carrying Tote by Andrew LeRoy and Mason

Carrying Tote by Andrew LeRoy and Mason

Carrying Tote of pine for his woodworking tools. Made with my grandson Mason. Thanks to all.


Tool Cabinet by Andrew LeRoy
Tool Cabinet by Andrew LeRoy

Tool Cabinet by Andrew LeRoy

Red Oak Tool cabinet and support table. Made from reclaimed vintage church pew.


Coffee Table by Steven Botica

Coffee Table by Steven Botica

Sculpted mahogany coffee table


Hanging Wall Shelf by Adam

Hanging Wall Shelf by Adam

I’ve made two of these for my sons but wanted them a little larger than Paul’s design. Due to the overall weight I didn’t want to mount on the wall by the top so I came up with a variation on the French cleat. The cleat on the wall easily spans two wall studs so it can be mounted pretty much anywhere on the wall. Made from big box radiata pine.


Table by Ken Johnston

Table by Ken Johnston

Followed the How to Make a Table Video, as well as Paul’s Videos on Chalk Paint, Turn buttons, and incorporated some elements from the laptop desk video/design to create this simple desk for my wife to work from home on. Desk is made from Poplar and coated in Real Milk Paint from the Real Milk Paint Company. This is the first piece of furniture i have ever made, and did so with only hand tools. I had 1 #4 hand plane, 2 hand saws (cut and rip) and single 1/2″ chisel to build this project.


Rocking Horse by Lynn Langford

Rocking Horse by Lynn Langford

marine ply, wood died, finished with danish oil


Dovetail Box by Stefaan Verweirder

Dovetail Box by Stefaan Verweirder

Inlay compas , meranti / pine .box , meranti ,beech bottem oak .


Workbench by Shed

Workbench by Shed

Paul style bench. Box store pine. Sturdiest thing I’ve built.


Bathroom Cabinet by Kurt Schultz

Bathroom Cabinet by Kurt Schultz

3rd cabinet. This time made for the garage shop. Other ones live in my parents home and in a half bath. DW didn’t care so much dripping blood on the floors looking for a band-aid! Made of pine and finished with amber shellac roughly 1# cut. I had built the door a while ago, however, I did not like the way the stain turned out and planed it all off. In doing so this door did not fit the cabinet it was intended for. So, built this cabinet to fit door.


Tool Drawer Organiser by rayc21

Tool Drawer Organiser by rayc21

Made from Pine and Brazilian Mahogany finished with 3 coats of shellac and waxing


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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