Gallery Goodness, 18th April 2019
Here is another month’s worth of photographs from our community. It’s great to see so many Tool Draw Organisers being put to good use, and plenty more besides. We have some fantastic renditions of Paul’s designs, some with a special twist and some completely original pieces. And, of course, all of them are wonderful!
Tool Drawer Organiser by Larry Elam
Made from base and drawer front made from walnut top and sides from maple drawers made from ash
Dovetail Box by Christopher Guest
Re-sawn (by hand) cherry off-cut, and lime for the base. First dovetails in hardwood. 1/2″ thick sides and ends.
Dovetail Box by Christopher Guest
Re-sawn oak off-cut, this time getting down to 1/4″ on the sides. Dovetails still have gaps, but the grain is forgiving visually. Happy with the result, and with the learning involved in planing thin stock.
Console Table by Alastair
Console table from some old recovered mahogany.
Tool Cabinet by Stephen Ayotte
Cherry Tool Cabinet
Dovetail box by Jim Baker
Twelve-cornered dovetail box in poplar and pine. Handmade hinges.
Sofa Server by Raphaël p
The sofa server in figured oak. Great project but not convinced about the water-based finish.
Coffee table by Roger Mason
All recycled wood
Dovetail Box by Asteriou woodworks
White oak decorative box. Angled sides and walnut accents gives an elegant design.
Workbench by MIKE OBRYAN
douglass fir top with pine base.
Dovetail Box by Benoît Thomoux
Pine chisel box. Shellac and wax finish
Laptop Desk by Paul Schenk
Workbench by Tom Heikkinen
Spruce top, Western red cedar legs w/ Douglas Fir stretchers. Aprons are laminated veneer lumber, tool tray is cedar.
Rocking Chair by Gregor Slemenšek
My rocking chair with tabouret
Wooden Tray by Tom Heikkinen
Tea Tray. Birch and Cherry, shellac finish. A Christmas gift for my Mother-in-law.
Toybox by Denis Bedford
Toybox in painted pine.
Cellphone Stand by Reagan Herman
A cell phone stand adapted from the Roubo book stand
Entertainment Unit with DVD Storage by Andrew Chambers
Made from Birdseye tiger myrtle faces, red myrtle case, celery top feature and door frames
Tool Drawer Organiser by Jonathan Rahall
I did not wait to see how to make the leather loop handles and improvised my own.
Winding Sticks by Nenad Jankovic
Beech with red oak (recycled wood). Finish with lemon shellac
Spoons by Nenad Jankovic
Beech (recycled wood). Complete course from Common Woodworking.
Leaning Wall Shelf by Greg Grillot
Leaning wall shelf in Red Oak.
Tool Tote by Reggie
Pine, bamboo Shish Kabob sticks as dowels. No nails or screws used in building my aircraft technicians tote. Also an electric heat gun used to burn the wood.
Tool Drawer Organiser by Kurt Schultz
Built from scrap pine intended for the fire pit. Now a most useful craft organizer for my wife. Fronts are maple. Finished with shellac.
Rocking Chair by Ken Shepard
Rocking Chair in white oak
Bedside Nightstand by joeleonetti
cherry with amber shellac then wax; made with only handtools; took 250 hours & started after about 18 months of hand tool work; thanks Paul for giving me the confidence; my daughter loves it
Tool Drawer Organiser by Mersey
Pine Oak, the wife nicked it!
How To Table by Christopher Guest
Lime wood, hand-sawn from logs, and recycled pine for the top. First table: an exciting project for me.
Dovetail Box by joeleonetti
cherry with garnett shellac on outer wood; unfinished wood for inside lining/lip is spanish cedar (smells wonderful); for my dad’s birthday I make a box to put his gift in. We both know what the real gift is. Thanks Paul for teaching me how to do this.
Joiner’s Mallet by Ryan O’Hayre
Made from Apple. BLO and wax
Bathroom Cabinet by Ryan O’Hayre
Fumed q-sawn white oak
Thank you to everyone who has sent a picture in!
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