Well, everything has turned out very nice again this week! Take a look at this fantastic set of woodworking wonders.
Bicycle Mechanic’s Tool Box by Ben Ellenberger
Red oak and maple. My first time re-sawing by hand to get a book matched panel for the top.
Bathroom Counter/Vanity by c fenton
I recently remodeled a bathroom in my home. My wife wanted a “rustic” look to it so I built this bench style “vanity” out of Douglas-fir and stained it with two coats of “dark walnut.” It is finished with three coats of polyurethane all over and four coats on the top. The baseboards and door trim are also handmade from DF and finished the same.
Dovetail Box by JONATHAN HARRIS
Dovetail box in birdseye maple. laminated poplar/walnut bottom. The joinery leaves a lot to be desired, but the lumber makes up for it I think. Still learning, thank you Paul!
Saw Vise by Michal
Saw vise made from oak.
Shaker Stool by Kerry Marchinko
Hard Maple top and upcycled sweetgum bottom, red milk paint and oil/beeswax finish
Bread Stow by Eric
I used black locust firewood. Quartersawn on bandsaw . Wish I had found bigger screwheads.
Walking Cane by Ermir Agaci
Tool Rack by Ermir Agaci
Hammer rack made from pine and spruce offcuts, finished with shellac. I used a french cleat to hang it.
Desktop Organiser by Josef Zahn
Desktop Organizer in arolla pine
Winding Sticks by Patrick Rippl
Winding sticks made of oak with ebony and maple inlays. The “defect” in the oak only showed after ripping the stock apart, but I liked it and went with it. Couple of coats of shellac and buffed out with furniture wax.
Chest of Drawers by Matt Mills
Chest of drawers for my baby
Frame Saw by Randall Laco
Larger Frame Saw made with figured flame cherry
Tool Chest by Michael Butterfield
Masterclass Tool Chest- I followed the instructions but had to leave out the top drawer to allow room for hand planes.
Desktop Organiser by Patrick Rippl
Made from Ash and a strip of ebony for the drawer pull. Three coats of shellac and a final coat of furniture wax buffed out. My first serious ‘Paul Sellers’ Project.
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