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Gallery Goodness, 29th October 2019

The clocks went back for us last weekend. More time for woodworking? Well, I’ve just clocked that we’ve hand another excellent crop of user submitted photos. Take a minute to see for yourself!


Breadboard-end Cutting Board by Ben Tyreman

Breadboard-end Cutting Board by Ben Tyreman

Breadboard-end Cutting Board made from quartersawn Beech, finished with pure tung oil.


Dovetail Box by rayc21

Dovetail Box by rayc21

Dovetail screw, nail caddy. Made from pine finished with one coat varnish


Wheelbarrow Garden Planter by rayc21

Wheelbarrow Garden Planter by rayc21

Made from pine customer to put finishing.


Coffee Table by Matt Sims

Coffee Table by Matt Sims

Another coffee table using 100% reclaimed Materials. Legs made from rafters removed from a neighbour’s house who was having a loft conversion built… Lower stretchers from a piece of floorboard from the same place… Top is a cut down a shaped “ruined” dining table top, originally from IKEA, I got it from someone on “Freegle”… Aprons are, (I think?), mahogony, from a “broken” black coffee table recovered from my late brother in laws’s flat, and the slatted shelf is made from the slats of an abandoned single bed he had in his garage. Turnbuttons made using oak from the sides of some old kitchen door cabinets. All finished with sanding sealer, water based varnish, then wax. (Obviously I had to pay for the finishing products, and the screws for the turnbuttons!) I tapered the tabletop edge as per Paul’s “console table” project.


Tool Drawer Organiser by Nick Kerr

Tool Drawer Organiser by Nick Kerr

I made a standard one and then a wider one – Pine and White Oak drawer fronts.


Wallclock by Graham Ware

Wallclock by Graham Ware

Shaker Wall clock . Made with pine.


Handy Stool by Terry W

Handy Stool by Terry W

Made a Shaker style stool to keep me busy in the shop. The top is oak from an old barn. The legs are hand planed and stained ebony with an old formula that uses vinegar and iron filings.


Sewing Table by Robert Phillipson

Sewing Table by Robert Phillipson

Mixture of Lambert and green and green


Display Wall Cabinets by André

Display Wall Cabinets by André

This was an exercise in dovetails, grooves, and rabbets. Wood: pine, poplar, maple, cherry, and walnut. Finish: three coats of danish oil. Made with hand tools only.


Picture frame by Dave R

Picture frame by Dave R

Mitered Bridle Joint picture frame. Cherry wood. All hand tool joinery.


Coat Rack by Jim McIntee

Coat Rack by Jim McIntee

Coat tree from alder and black walnut.


Dovetail Box by rayc21

Dovetail Box by rayc21

Made from pine finished with three coats of shellac and waxing


Fence with Gate by rayc21

Fence with Gate by rayc21

Made from pine. Frames have through mortice and tenons, glued, wedged and drawbore. Finished with under coat + three coats of exterior paint. To be fitted into ground with galvanised feet.


Workbench by Mike

Workbench by Mike

5′ 6″ long, 24″ wide (31 1/2″ with the tool tray) 36 3/4″ tall. Top and frame; douglas fir, well and aprons; southern yellow pine, tool tray; white pine. The H frames have been stained with vinegar and iron. Boiled linseed oil finish.


Leaning Wall Shelf by Mark Dennehy

Leaning Wall Shelf by Mark Dennehy

Child’s desk adapted from Paul’s Leaning Wall Shelf. Poplar shelves, walnut desk with sycamore stringing and resin inlay to provide a play surface. LED lighting to illuminate the desk. Uprights are splayed outwards to give more area at the front of the desk than the rear. Osmo Polyx finish.


Manouche Guitar by Jean Claude Peeters

Manouche Guitar by Jean Claude Peeters

Spruce top, Indian Rosewood sides and back. Mahogany neck.


Tool Cabinet by MIKE OBRYAN

Tool Cabinet by MIKE OBRYAN

Pine Cabinet with maple paneled doors and walnut front drawers


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