Hello all! It’s been a little while since the last gallery post, so we have quite a few new photos to get through. In a similar vein to previous posts, we’ve been sent some impeccably awesome imagery.
Shaker Style Hutch by Michael Mills
Incorporates lessons from Paul’s videos on bookcases and cabinet doors. Case work is alder. Door panels, mid shelf and top are mahogany.
Dining Chair by Patrick Price
Meranti and saligna dining chair
Workbench by Arnold Klein
Steamer Trunk by Pete Heller
Steamer Trunk of Bocote and European Beech
Tool Organizer by Ryan O’Hayre
Pine and Purple Heart. Side handles from Eco-bin project
Garden Bench by Ian Hemphill
A big hello from the West Coast of Canada, Paul! And yet again another thank you for all the amazing things I’ve learned from you over the last couple of years. From not knowing which end of a chisel to hit, to clean crisp shoulders on wonderfully tight drawbore mortise and tenon joints. This bench was a pure joy to build – thank you for putting it on the projects list. (It will, of course face the opposite way, but I thought you might enjoy the view I’ll be taking in with my pre-workshop coffee in the mornings 😁.) This one is tight-knot pine, stained and finished with multiple coats of marine varnish to protect the best I can against our wet and salty air. Hand tools rule!
Trestle Table by Paul Stephen
I had some 42″ long pieces of oak which had been intended for use as flooring, but that project went in a new direction. We needed a new dining table. This was built using Paul Sellers’ techniques. I did the basic design and my wife refined it. It’s my first “made by hand” piece and I’m quite happy with the result. All through the project, Paul Sellers’ voice was in my mind’s ear, keeping me company and guiding my work.
Open Shop Shelves by Bob Dehnhardt
Common pine, 72x96x9.5″, based on the very nice shelves behind Paul in the newer videos.
Shaker-style Bench by mercified
From a shop drawing by Ejner Handberg. Eastern White Pine, cherry stain, poly finish.
Chest of Drawers by Matt Mills
Walnut exterior, oak drawer sides and cedar bottoms
Wallclock by Anthony H
Cherry and maple
Backsaw by Ecky H
My wife gave me a saw making course. So I attended and here is the result: 12″, 11 tpi, walnut handle, two coats of boiled linseed oil.
Shaker Style Sewing Cupboard and Desk by Harold Blair
My wife is a weaver and requested I design and build her a desk and cupboard for her materials. Built from cherry, they are finished with multiple coats of hand-rubbed linseed oil and paste wax. In addition to two front drawers, the desk has a drawer on each end. The top piece is patterned after an old post office letter sorter. All drawers have half-blind dovetails for the front and full dovetails for the back. All vertical stiles have dados with two mortises to receive the tenons of each shelf. All joinery is done by hand following Paul’s teaching methods.
Tool Drawer Organiser by Adam
Tasmanian Huon Pine top and drawer fronts. Tasmanian Oak for the rest.
Saw Chest by onstage
Box store pine. Dovetails with lid. Runners and saw supports are white oak scraps. I plan to use Marigold milk paint and amber shellac outside, amber shellac inside.
Occasional Table by c fenton
elements from the coffee table and the occasional table are incorporated into this table made from Douglas fir resawn and hand dimensioned from standard building grade lumber. Finished with 3 coats shellac an one coat wax polish. My first serious table project. Starting on a coffee table to match.
Tool Drawer Organiser by Sharon Casa
Poplar and cherry finished with shellac and wax
Side Table by Steve Robinson
Table made from 40×20 dressed pine. 40×40 dressed pine legs. 32cm high. Top is 52×30 cms. Stained in Mahogany. High polish finish now dulled down by the use of 000 grade wire wool and bees wax.
Tool Drawer Organiser by joshuashebert
Tool Drawer Case by Philip Johnson
Made this following paul’s videos modified with 2 shallower drawers for my chisels and deeper on at th bottom for other small tools. Using clear pine for the body, drawers made using oak flooring leftovers for the sides and back and the fronts from cherry with leather pulls
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