Gallery Goodness, 13th August 2019

It’s that time again! Time to be a little bit nosey and a lot bit inspired as we take a look at all of the community photos folks have kindly sent in over the last fortnight.


Outdoor Bench by John Choi

Outdoor Bench by John Choi

Pine for the side structures, spotted gum for the rails and back slays. Finished with oil stain and Tung oil.


Dovetail Box by Tristan Evans

Dovetail Box by Tristan Evans

Box made for a family heirloom Bible that’s 180 years old using 100 year old timber


Garden Bench by Paul Rowell

Garden Bench by Paul Rowell

My first project using oak.


Coffee Table by c fenton

Coffee Table by c fenton

This coffee table is made out of Douglas Fir redrawn from construction grade lumber. It is a matching piece to a side table I posted earlier. Finished with three coats of shellac and wax polish.


Bedside Cabinet by Kered Winder

Bedside Cabinet by Kered Winder

Bedside Table, Birch Ply with stained walnut Hard Wax Oil then polished with Ash edging chamfered on all edges. It took 6months from start to finish as I had to remake three new sections the staining took loads of time due to the number of coats required to get the very shiny finish. All perpendicular panels are dominoes by way of a table router and using festool’s dominos


Tool Drawer Organiser by Nicolas

Tool Drawer Organiser by Nicolas


Bookends by Nicholas Gaudiuso

Bookends by Nicholas Gaudiuso

Bookends as a Confirmation gift for my nephew. Sapele with oak inlay for cross. Thank you Paul for your generosity and teaching!


Carrying Tote by Lenny Kelleher

Carrying Tote by Lenny Kelleher

Tool box I made with antique stair treads and walnut.


Workbench by Christian Unmack

Workbench by Christian Unmack

Pine finished with Osmo.


Sharpening Plates Holder by Benoît Thomoux

Sharpening Plates Holder by Benoît Thomoux

From plywood, and sealed with shellac


Shooting Board by Benoît Thomoux

Shooting Board by Benoît Thomoux

The design is a bit different from Paul’s shooting board


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.

1 Comment

  1. felix bratcho on 16 August 2019 at 5:25 pm

    great idea, I plan on giving this a try myself! I’ve recently been experimenting with all these new woodworking plans i got from this site: bit.ly/2Tu6fNM

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