It’s time for another little peak at everyone’s hard work. It feels like even more of a treat right now than it did before!


Workbench by philip higgins

Workbench by philip higgins

Built a new bench top and tool well influenced by Pauls design and installed a HNT Gordon (Aussie Made) tail vice


Shaker Stool by Yves Gaudreau

Shaker Stool by Yves Gaudreau

Paul’s Shaker Stool in pine. Finished with Tried & True Varnish Oil. This stool feature two of the now famous Paul Sellers “slope-side-bridle-joint-with-double-recess” ;D I didn’t know I was capable of making sliding dovetails. But under Paul’s guidance, I felt comfortable all the way throughout this project.


Bread Stow by Kurt Schultz

Bread Stow by Kurt Schultz

Salvaged from a desk on the side of the road. Maple top, oak sides and bottom. Maple came from the desk top that I ripped down. Oak came from the the drawer sides that were ripped into slats. No access to solid brass screws, so I used carpet tacks to give it a bit of 17th C New England look to it.


Workbench by PaulM

Workbench by PaulM

I chose to use repurposed Oregan (Douglas Fir) for the majority of the build. in order to obtain the desired width dovetails and aprons, 19 mm Tasmaian Oak was added. this also provides a hard edge at the most vulnerable areas. The Well board is constructed from Cypress Pine floor boards that I already had. The finish is one coat of shellac and two of satin polyurethane.


Bathroom Cabinet by Michael Chatzipetros

Bathroom Cabinet by Michael Chatzipetros

Pine ,water base finish


Stepladder by rseelig

Stepladder by rseelig

Poplar is clear straight-grained wood that is easy to work and inexpensive. Rarely used as a stepladder, my wife has repurposed it as a plant stand


Desktop Organiser by rseelig

Desktop Organiser by rseelig

The corona virus has offered time to make projects, like this box made from a couple of old hickory boards that had been hanging around for years and a scrap of black walnut.


Workbench by David Fernhed

Workbench by David Fernhed

168 cm wide, 106 cm high. My first project with handtools. Constructionlumber from my house


Baby's Cot by cushniedave

Baby’s Cot by cushniedave

Cot made from beech I milled


Coffee Table by Kered Winder

Coffee Table by Kered Winder

This is a modern day version of Carlo Mollino’s Cavallina table first made in 1946, I used Sessile Oak with a teak Oil finish to give it some warmth. It will eventually have a glass or marble top on it once Covid 19 is over. I’m also nearing the end of building a full size office desk in the same style but with Maple.This geometrical shape is made up from 3 different types of triangles, humm you might think and say okay that seems simple enough but you try and make one!!!


Coffee Table by Ralph Fink

Coffee Table by Ralph Fink

Maple and cherry harvested and milled in my yard. Trees were downed by a tornado. Finished with shellac all around and a topcoat poly on the top.


Toybox by David Fernhed

Toybox by David Fernhed

Toybox for my daughter first birthday. Plans from stora byggboken eriksen mfl.


Bi-fold Doors, Frame and Architraves by Greg Wagner

Bi-fold Doors, Frame and Architraves by Greg Wagner

This is the first project for the renovation of our lounge. The doors have been installed to close off the under stairs area, which was previously open. The doors have been entirely hand made out of European Oak finished with two coats of boiled linseed oil. Complete with honest mistakes, which I’m entirely happy with as I believe this adds to the character.


Keepsake Box by John Kirwan

Keepsake Box by John Kirwan

Keepsake box for Semi-Precious Stones


Office Desk by John Kirwan

Office Desk by John Kirwan

Live edge Yew desk with Beech and walnut bowties. Legs are of walnut, and are splayed at compound angles, using angled dovetails. the stretcher is joined to the legs with a half lap dovetail, and brass rods.


Hand Mirror by Trevor Hosken

Hand Mirror by Trevor Hosken

Timber looks like slightly dark agba with mahogany details.Hand mirrors To Paul’s spec except chip carving handle shaped to match curve of twig.


Desktop Organiser by Taylor Devlin

Desktop Organiser by Taylor Devlin

Deksktop organiser made from reclaimed oak flooring. My first dovetail work in hardwood. Dear oh Dear!


Free Hand Sharpening by Glenn Kuffel

Free Hand Sharpening by Glenn Kuffel

Never quit. It has taken me some time but perseverance has paid off and I sharpen my chisels and planes by hand. Thanks Paul and team!


Desktop Organiser by MARCIN KLOS

Desktop Organiser by MARCIN KLOS

My second attempt at desktop organiser. Maranti and padauk (drawer bottom and box divider), finished with BLO. Far from perfect, but I see improvement. I’m definitely going to do couple more. It’s such fun and satisfying project.


Dovetail Box by Matt Lund

Dovetail Box by Matt Lund

Dovetail box in red oak


Welcome Planter Box by Harold

Welcome Planter Box by Harold

Used Pallet wood for box. One shown is from last year. Made 3 this year.


Trestle Table by c fenton

Trestle Table by c fenton

A trestle table, two dining chairs, and two benches inspired by Paula designs with some minor tweaks. Made from Douglas Fir and stained with “ebony” as per customers order. Gratitude goes to Paul and team for helping me get to this point.


Chest of Drawers by Larry Elam

Chest of Drawers by Larry Elam

Made of all cherry with Baltic birchwood bottom’s


Bookshelves by Ermir Agaci

Bookshelves by Ermir Agaci

Made from spruce; dye and water based finish.


Desktop Organiser by beach512

Desktop Organiser by beach512

Desktop Organizer box built exactly to Paul’s plans. Made from cherry.


Sawhorses by Josef Zahn

Sawhorses by Josef Zahn

Sawhorses in pine


Bread Stow by Michael Campbell

Bread Stow by Michael Campbell

Pine Bread Box – made from scraps (designed on the fly and it looks it)


Bedside Cabinet by Ron Mason

Bedside Cabinet by Ron Mason

I made it with a combination of Poplar and Douglas Fir. I did not modify the plans as my whole idea was to learn from Mr. Sellers. I am happy with the results.


Desktop Organiser by Scott Smith

Desktop Organiser by Scott Smith

A few mother’s day presents.


Garden Flower Stand by rayc21

Garden Flower Stand by rayc21

Made from two pine scaffold planks, local wood yard on lock down, finished with four coats of exterior paint


Tool Chest by Bobby Higgins

Tool Chest by Bobby Higgins

Mahogany chest, Maple drawer sides/back. Mahogany aniline dye, garnet shellac


Keepsake Box by Scott Smith

Desktop Organiser by Scott Smith

Cherry finished with shellac


Desktop Organiser by Scott Smith

Desktop Organiser by Scott Smith

Walnut and elm


Desktop Organiser by Scott Smith 2

Desktop Organiser by Scott Smith

Walnut


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1 Comment

  1. Adam on 8 May 2020 at 11:39 am

    Some great stuff. But Scott Smith… I have to ask… How many mothers do you have!? 😉

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