Gallery Goodness, 10th September 2019

It’s excellent weather for ducks, which is to say we’re beginning to ease ourselves gently into autumn here at the workshop. There aren’t actually any ducks in here, but everyone still seems to be pretty happy, especially when engaged in woodwork. Likewise our numerous contributors to this week’s gallery collection.


Coffee Table by Nathan Fletcher-Jones

Coffee Table by Nathan Fletcher-Jones

A small coffee table made from recycled Ash studs and red river gum. Mortise and tenon joints hold it all together. Buttons for the top.


Rocking Chair by KEVIN WINSOR

Rocking Chair by KEVIN WINSOR

Maloof inspired rocker


Lamp by KEVIN WINSOR

Lamp by KEVIN WINSOR

Lamp with mica shade.


Coffee Table by KEVIN WINSOR

Coffee Table by KEVIN WINSOR

Wild olive coffee table


Chessboard by Jacob Wood

Chessboard by Jacob Wood

Live edge chessboard with pedestal stand


End Table by JOHN PUTZ

End Table by JOHN PUTZ

Red Oak


Coffee Table by c fenton

Coffee Table by c fenton

A “rustic” coffee table made with pine 2×4’s. The shelf is my first tongue and groove panel of this size. Because I don’t have a plow plane (yet), I admit I “cheated” 😉 and used the table saw for the T&G. Otherwise it’s all hand joinery. I made this piece for a relative who wanted to finish it herself.


Dovetail Box by Greg Ford

Dovetail Box by Greg Ford

Dovetail caddy for hinge hardware. Made of leopardwood and white oak.


Dovetail Box by Greg M

Dovetail Box by Greg M

Made from Sapele, finished with Danish Oil, 3 coats of clear lacquer, and paste wax


Garden Stool by Trevor Hosken
Garden Stool by Trevor Hosken

Garden Stool by Trevor Hosken

Garden Stool in oak. I was given some cupped 3/4 inch waney edged oak so made this from the raw wood without planing it first. Legs are joined with a cross halved joint and dowelled together.


Winding Sticks by Matt Newnham

Winding Sticks by Matt Newnham

Walnut winding sticks with pine inlays and bamboo skewers used for the center dots. Finished with shellac.


End Grain Cutting Board by Matt Newnham

End Grain Cutting Board by Matt Newnham

4/4 Walnut and hard maple. Made to fit inside large rectangular sink and slide side to side. Table saw couldn’t rip so I had to do it all by hand darn.


Sawhorses by Amir

Sawhorses by Amir

Made from Spruce. Thank you Paul and team.


Joiner's Mallet by mercified

Joiner’s Mallet by mercified

ash from the firewood pile; 33.5 ounces / 950 grams


Small Curved Shelf by fasaxc

Small Curved Shelf by fasaxc

Small curved shelf for the corridor with through-tenon details


Coffee Table by Balki

Coffee Table by Balki

Coffee table made with American Ash, Finished with shellac and water-based polyurethane


Keepsake Box by Chris

Keepsake Box by Chris

Keepsake Box for my Grandson


Dovetail Box by Stefaan Verweirder

Dovetail Box by Stefaan Verweirder

Remote box

Dovetail Box by Stefaan Verweirder

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.

5 Comments

  1. Allen Schell on 13 September 2019 at 1:22 pm

    Keepsake box by Chris looks like Paul’s radius box minus the radius.
    Very nice! I’ve made 4 of the radius boxes but I like the contrast of woods. Now that’s on my list 🤓

  2. Chris Stasny on 13 September 2019 at 4:07 pm

    Kevin, your coffee table is a work of art. Your attention to grain direction, the proportion of the piece, and the stunning bent lamination come together to make this table stunning.

  3. Craig Medvecky on 14 September 2019 at 12:15 am

    I love that some people make the project as prescribed and other people take the skills that Paul teaches and just go their own way.

  4. Stefaan Verweirder on 14 September 2019 at 8:17 am

    All the projects are nice !
    Sorry for my englisch.

  5. imtiaz khan on 15 September 2019 at 8:10 pm

    hi guys,
    You cant beat that feeling when its done! That sense of accomplishment. When I see all these pieces, that “feeling” comes rushing back.
    My woodworking brothers, very nice.

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