Gallery Goodness, 3rd July 2019

Whilst Paul has been busy making his Console Table, folks from our community have also been hard at work on a whole variety of projects. Feast your eyes on their ingenious efforts below.


Oiled pear wood, oiled english cherry and waxed (on shellac) boire utensils, using Paul's techniques and recommended hand tools

Spatulas, Spoon and Bowl by Francois Lafaix

Oiled pear wood, oiled english cherry and waxed (on shellac) boire utensils, using Paul’s techniques and recommended hand tools


Chisel Box by Jason Thompson

Chisel Box by Jason Thompson

Pine with cherry


Aderondack Chair with Cloud Lifts by Jeff Gose

Aderondack Chair with Cloud Lifts by Jeff Gose

Lots of scraps, testing my glueing, hand planning and beginner skills. Porter Cable design plan offering. Thank you for your help and others help too.


Dovetail Box by JONATHAN HARRIS

Dovetail Box by JONATHAN HARRIS

First dovetail box. Pine finished with shellac. About six weeks in and can’t get enough. Thank you Paul!


A Joiners Mallet made out of some type of wood which seams harder than pine. It is from a pallet at work that I thought would be of some use when building my mini workbench. I had to join two halves since I didn’t have a thicker piece. I decided to make a removable handle as Paul Sellers had done in his videos. All done by coming in early to work and whilst on my lunch breaks. Took over a year to decide what to do with this wood and two weeks to build. I cannot thank Paul, Izzy and everyone that are on your team. Your efforts are very motivating to me.

Joiner’s Mallet by Reggie

A Joiners Mallet made out of some type of wood which seams harder than pine. It is from a pallet at work that I thought would be of some use when building my mini workbench. I had to join two halves since I didn’t have a thicker piece. I decided to make a removable handle as Paul Sellers had done in his videos. All done by coming in early to work and whilst on my lunch breaks. Took over a year to decide what to do with this wood and two weeks to build. I cannot thank Paul, Izzy and everyone that are on your team. Your efforts are very motivating to me.


I decided to make a Poor Man’s Dowling Jig out of a broken office chair back support. I’m trying to learn how things were made before nails or when nails were expensive and people had to make do with what they had. It works well and when I find a nice piece of stock metal, I will build another. All these builds that I’ve made are from items thrown away. Just another way to make something out of nothing. Thanks again.

Poor Man’s Dowling Jig by Reggie

I decided to make a Poor Man’s Dowling Jig out of a broken office chair back support. I’m trying to learn how things were made before nails or when nails were expensive and people had to make do with what they had. It works well and when I find a nice piece of stock metal, I will build another. All these builds that I’ve made are from items thrown away. Just another way to make something out of nothing. Thanks again.


I made it :)

Workbench by Giacomo Zanon

I made it 🙂


Solid Cherry Chest with Italian Leather Seat by Patrick Mister

Solid Cherry Chest with Italian Leather Seat by Patrick Mister


Paul's design, just scaled it a little bit. Made out of Pine, drawer bottoms and cabinet back included. Finished with tru-oil and padded shellac. I use it for storing my chisels.

Tool Drawer Organiser by ENRIQUE HULSZ

Paul’s design, just scaled it a little bit. Made out of Pine, drawer bottoms and cabinet back included. Finished with tru-oil and padded shellac. I use it for storing my chisels.


Two rockers and table for the front porch in Northern white cedar

Rocking Chairs and Table by Ken Shepard

Two rockers and table for the front porch in Northern white cedar


Made from softwood and Mahogany

Wooden Tray by Trevor Hosken

Made from softwood and Mahogany


Book shelve/cabinet

Shelves by Mantvydas

Book shelve/cabinet


Made this stool from Red Grandis I found at my lumber store. Followed Paul’s videos, happy with the results

Bench Stool by Philip Johnson

Made this stool from Red Grandis I found at my lumber store. Followed Paul’s videos, happy with the results


Modified version of the carrying tote. Maple, walnut base and dowels. Finished with polyurethane. Fathers' day gift

Carrying Tote by JONATHAN HARRIS

Modified version of the carrying tote. Maple, walnut base and dowels. Finished with polyurethane. Fathers’ day gift


European Redwood & CLS with Ash jaw liners. Record 53 Vice. Made many mistakes but a great learning experience and solid as a rock, ready to go make! Thanks so much Paul & Team!!

Workbench by BTC

European Redwood & CLS with Ash jaw liners. Record 53 Vice. Made many mistakes but a great learning experience and solid as a rock, ready to go make! Thanks so much Paul & Team!!


Beech (recycled wood). Finish with Annie Sloan chalk paint, color Florence and beeswax.

Wall Shelf by Nenad Jankovic

Beech (recycled wood). Finish with Annie Sloan chalk paint, color Florence and beeswax.


Beech (recycled wood). Finish with Annie Sloan chalk paint, color Barcelona Orange and beeswax.

Hanging Wall Shelf by Nenad Jankovic

Beech (recycled wood). Finish with Annie Sloan chalk paint, color Barcelona Orange and beeswax.


Table in Pine, Shellac and wax

‘How To’ Table by Matt Lund

Table in Pine, Shellac and wax


This is my version of the frame saw. While it is mostly based on the one on this site, I have modified the blade attachment. I needed a saw to quarter saw a log of Silky Oak so my design allows the blade to be turned at 90 degrees to the normal. Th handle was required to apply the force along the blade in this configuration. The blade is 600 mm long with 10 tpi.

Frame Saw by Paul Mumford (Sydney Australia)

This is my version of the frame saw. While it is mostly based on the one on this site, I have modified the blade attachment. I needed a saw to quarter saw a log of Silky Oak so my design allows the blade to be turned at 90 degrees to the normal. Th handle was required to apply the force along the blade in this configuration. The blade is 600 mm long with 10 tpi.


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