It’s been a week of mixed weather here, with the brightest of sunshine and the dampest of autumnal squalls. It’s also a week of somewhat mixed feelings, as work/school/university/pre-school has begun again in earnest for many of us. Yet, somehow, there always seems to be at least a smidgen of time available for a little woodworking, as demonstrated by today’s batch of brilliant work.
Walking Cane by mxbroome1
Made from juvenile cherry that was growing in unwanted location. Hence the shaping and mini knots. Works well.
Dovetail Box by mercified
maple; from a single piece of firewood; shellac and wax; 10″x4″x2″
Adjustable Cherry Music Stand by Jeannie Grassi
As a piano technician I try to re-purpose parts from old pianos into all of my woodworking projects. The scrollwork insert in the music desk came from an old upright piano and inspired me to build the music stand around it. The whole stand is made from cherry with hand made knobs for adjusting the height and tilt. The hexagonal shaft houses an internal hexagonal shaft with a T-groove routed along its length allowing a T-bolt to slide up and down for height adjustment. I like the elegant simplicity of Shaker style which inspired the shape of the legs.
Garden Bench by joeg
Paul sellers inspired garden bench
Blanket Chest by Denis Bedford
Toy Box or blanket chest for a young lady.
Trestle Table by c fenton
This wedding gift trestle table is made from white pine stained to order and is finished with four coats of polyurethane. It is a four seat set with matching benches.
Console Table by JONATHAN HARRIS
Console table with poplar legs/aprons and walnut “lid”. Painted to cover up a botched stain job. The cat doesn’t seem to mind.
Dining Suite by jcat
6 Person dining suite from Victorian Ash (Oz)
Occasional Table by John Moe
Made from rough quarter sawn, air dried, red oak.
Wooden Tray by Niklas Ottosson
Smaller version of the wooden tray made from ash and finished with three coats of danish oil and beeswax
House Sign by Ken Wilson
Double-sided house sign in quarter-sawn oak, the inset plaque cut in lino, cast in resin and painted with acrylic.
Garden Bench by Patrick Price
A slightly smaller version of Paul’s Garden Bench. Leg posts made from meranti. Rails and slats made from kiaat. I had to reduce the size due to the size of stock that I had available.
Garden Bench by Brian Ensberg
Bench made with sapele
Cutting Board by JONATHAN HARRIS
Cutting board in flame birch, oil finish. Fun first “shaping” project
Jefferson Chair (Bachelor Chair) by David C. Kleinberg, M.D.
Jefferson Chair (Bachelor Chair) made from cherry wood. It functions as a Chair, step stool and ironing board.
Adirondack Chair by david k
This chair was built with cedar. Before I made it, I made template patterns so I would be able to make more of these.
Dovetail Box by Amir
Dovetail box for my chisels. Made from Pine.
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