Another round of brilliant pieces presented to you by the ever-talented community! As usual, each tells its own story.
Router Plane by Paul Stephen
Hand made Preston style brass router plane. I wanted a router plane with a sole similar to the Preston and Tyzack. So I built this one out of brass.
Corner Shelf by Marco Cividin
Wall bracket oak, Corner shelf maple and wallnut.
Sawhorse by Erik Tigchelaar
sawhorse, made out of reused pine, 38 x 89 mm, unfinished. Initially made just one, but will be making a second one soon.
Tool Carry by Philip Geddes
A tool carry made from salvaged timber and some workshop off cuts, the handle inset is holy from a tree blown down during storm desmond
Workbench by steven newman
Made almost 7 years ago, from wood found in the dumpsters. An old waterbed frame supplied most of the pine parts, Legvise is a 8/4 Sycamore slab, using a pipe clamp. A $10 Craftsman vise sits at the end, and an Oak Crochet at the other..Bench has evolved over the years…Added the cabinet and a shelf a few years ago. Seems to do just about every job I need it to do.
Barometer by rayc21
Barometer. As wall clock style made from Walnut 4 coats of shellac and waxing
Handy Stool by Fernando Pinto
Handy stool from Brazil. Andiroba wood, finish with varnish and carnaúba wax. Thanks very much, Paul.
Chest of Drawers by joemonahan
My first piece of furniture. Poplar shaker style chest.
Desktop Organiser by Sean Harry
Desktop Organizer – Sean’s version
Joiner’s Mallet by Paul Olson
Walnut with Poplar handle designed for light, balanced use. Inspired by Paul’s challenge to use hand tools; it particular my father’s restored 408 Sargent Plane.
Desktop Organiser by Kevin Pickup
Desktop organiser from reclaimed mahogany door
Dovetail Box by Stefaan Verweirder
Remote box .beech oak meranti padouk pine double dovetail.
Desktop Organiser by Jerry Carell
Made with birch and finished with 5 coats of amber shellac. The box itself is 4 3/8″ high, otherwise the dimensions are the same as Paul’s.
Saw Handle by Herbert Zauner
New stylish handle for my tenon saw. Made of beech wood
Vanity Unit by Yves Gaudreau
Bathroom Vanity in Yellow Birch with oil finish (Bio-Supra Ligna). Heavily based on Paul’s chest of drawer. Many of the joineries used where my first time… OUF! But, to paraphrase someone we all know, I am happy with it, verry verry happy. Even with all the little (and big) mishaps.
Tool Drawer Organiser by Gabriel Pefcik
Pine Carcass, Oak, Maple drawers, Rust-oleum Chalk paint top and bottom, Shellac & Wax finish
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