It looks like everyone has been working pretty hard over the past couple of weeks. Certainly, we have received some excellent images of many fine furnishings and workshop wonders…
Workbench by Tomlawrence
Reclaimed Pine workbench
Joiner’s Toolbox by Martin Shenfield
Radiata pine toolbox adapted to become potato/spud storage for parents. Painted with interior wall paint.
Workbench by Tim Gulliver
Reclaimed Australian Hardwoods, inc. Spotted Gum, Southern Silky Oak, Australian Red Mahogany and Merbau
Wall Shelf by Nenad Jankovic
White oak with lemon shellac finish
Coffee Table by Matt Sims
Another coffee table using all reclaimed wood. Legs from laminated 2 x 2 building wood, aprons and drawer gubbins from oak reclaimed from old kitchen doors, drawer fronts, meranti from discarded front door, drawer sides and back from old. clean dried pallet wood, drawer bottoms from spare ply… but I bought the knobs! All finished with wax on varnish on sanding sealer.
Chessboard by Andrea Mazzini
Hard maple and mahogany tiles, iroko frame with mahogany splines. Finished with danish oil, hand tools only
Workbench by Corné Gelderblom
Carrying tote by cragglerock
Reclaimed pine tote for my Grandaughter
Spoon by Kaleb
First Spoon, made from 100+ year old barn wood. I believe it is Cherry. Finished with Mineral Oil.
Tool Drawer Organiser by rayc21
Tool Drawer Organiser made with pine and Sepele 3 coats of shellac and waxing. my second unit a gift for my sister
Baby’s Cot/Crib by Curt Ruhlman
A straight leg version of Paul’s Baby Cot. The mom to be asked for straight lines. In all other respects it is Paul’s design. It is birch throughout with a simple shellac finish. This is my first major furniture project. I thoroughly enjoyed the experience.
Tool Drawer Organiser by Fred J Brotherly
Top /Bottom/and Drawer Fronts are Fumed Rift white oak and the sides are Poplar Rift White Oak
‘How to’ Table by Brian Wilson
Side Table made from cherry and finished with shellac.
Post and Rung Ladder Back Chair by Kurt Schultz
Based on Jennie Alexander’s “Make a Chair from a Tree”. Not masterclass project per se. Made from riven oak. Shaped with drawknife, spokeshave, card scraper and chair devil. Steam bent back posts and slats. Hemp tape woven seat. Burnished with the oak shavings (sandpaper need not apply). Finished with Tried and True.
Console Table by rayc21
Console Table made from pine two eight inch drawers as required customer to put on his own finish
Hanging Wall Shelf by Nenad Jankovic
White and red oak, finish with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint (Duck egg blue color)
Tool Drawer Organiser by John Choi
Pine for the carcass and drawers with veneers for drawer front faces.
Thank you to everyone who has sent a picture in!
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