Tools at the ready, it’s time to make! There are great pieces here and no mistake!
Blanket Chest by Gary Gibbons
Cherry with walnut lid
Coffee Table by Gary Gibbons
African Mahogany with Walnut stretchers, draw-bore dovetail mortise and tenon. Waterlox high-gloss finish.
Dovetail Box by Daniel Goldsmith
A present for my mum. My second box as a present. Still learning by happy with the result. Oak and Walnut, shellac finish.
Laptop Desk by Andy F
I needed a small table to work from home and used inspiration from many of Paul’s projects to design and build. Made from a beautiful oak kitchen worktop that I found being thrown away behind bins; all components cut out of the same piece by hand. Time constraints meant it is not complete, but good enough to enable me to use it. I am going to progress it with a draw, and storage box on top as per the laptop table. A real joy to make and given me a lot of pleasure – thanks Paul and team!
Tool Cabinet by Tom Orlando
First dovetail cabinet and half blind dovetail draws, as Paul says” I never remake anyone else’s project” so I added and changed parts and pieces of items useful to my work. Made of Maple and Walnut
Wooden Plane by Bradley Jones
compass plane — wood, unknown
Bench Stool by Bradley Jones
Desktop Organiser by Fernando Pinto
My first project with this complexity. Wood used is andiroba (Brazil)
Carrying Tote by Ian Lambert
Body recycled pine, base recycled ply painted, handle ash. Finish Oslo Polyx-oil
Console Table by Orestes
Walnut table in progress
Tool Drawer Organiser by George Wall
Tool drawer organizer in pine w/ walnut drawer fronts, finished with BLO and shellac.
Shaker Stool by John Ponder
Cherry with a little figure.
Hedgehog Houses by rayc21
Made from sawn pine planks, Glued and screwed. Customer to treat wood
Sofa Table by Chris Stasny
This beautiful wood is Honey Locust. It is considered a ‘trash’ wood and is inexpensive when you can find it.
Bed Swing by Chris Stasny
This is one of many bed swings that I have built. This one is cherry with maple inlaid leaves. Other figures are carved, then painted.
Shoji Screen by Bruce Berckmans
I call it my Shoji screen salesmen’s sample. Yellow cedar and black walnut
Trestles by willner1227
Workbench by Alexander Okada
My first ever Workbench!
Cello Stand by D Boyle
Based on a picture from the internet, I made this cello stand in cherry as a birthday present for my wife. Quite a lot of spokeshave work and chisel work for the curves.
Bookends by David Boyle
Made with old oak floorboards, an old saw for the base, leather from an old sofa and iroko scraps for the buttons. Christmas present for the folks.
Coat Rack by David Boyle
Made with mahogany from a mantlepiece and a strip of oak for the cap piece. Finished with shellac and clear beeswax polish.
Footstool by David Boyle
Really enjoyed this project and hope to make more with my kids. Seemed to finish very quickly. Oak for legs and seat and cherry scraps for the wedges. Finished with 6 coats of linseed oil. Made as a gift.
Tool Drawer Organiser by D Boyle
Made with old oak floorboards for the carcass, iroko for the drawer fronts, pallet wood for drawer sides and ply for drawer bottoms. Very enjoyable intro to making cabinets. Plan to make a larger version and incorporate into other designs.
Joiner’s Mallet by D Boyle
This was made from an ash tree I cut down a couple of years back. I’m not sure if the dark bits are diseased but it was a really nice wood to work with. Finished with BLO. Plan to make a comically large commander/beetle sized version of this soon.
Tool Cabinet by james owen
made from rough cut air dried walnut. made with the tools in the cabinet for them. door frames were made using pauls mortise and tenon method also use the stanley marking knife (thanks Paul)
Bread Stow by Kurt Schultz
2nd bread stow. This one is for parents. Upcycled oak and maple from desk draws and top respectively.
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