It’s time for another roundup of remarkable community creations. Prepare to peruse!
Chessboard by mark leatherland
I followed Pauls instruction and had a little help from him personally when he answered my question on the live Q&A. I am very pleased with the result! Walnut and Ash finished with shellac and wax
Dovetail Cabinet by rayc21
Small pine cabinet for a friend. Finish to be painted by friend
Saw Vise by nemo
Saw chocks as shown in an old blog post of mr. Sellers, only slightly larger. Made from recovered oak from old furniture, originally dark-brown stained. My first mortise-and-tenon joint. It’s not the tightest but acceptable and will not come apart again. Spring-loaded jaws. Made a quick&dirty stainless steel handle for it. Finished with two coats of boiled linseed oil. Only hand tools.
Greenhouse by Nenad Jankovic
Greenhouse made from pine and glass for garden supply of flowers.
Tool Tote by Larry Christensen
Paul’s design tool tote made from scrap Southern yellow pine and oak.
Workbench by novicejon
Fir legs and top, everything else is spruce and all the tools used to build it
Desktop Organiser by Jean Claude Peeters
Wooden Spreaders by Rufus Oliver
Paul’s Wooden Spreader, in Curly Maple and Walnut
Hanging Wall Cabinet by kevin winsor
Wenge and maple case. Figured maple door panels. Hinges made of wood.
Desktop Organiser by Jean Claude Peeters
Workbench by Victor Wang
72″ W x 28″ D x 38″ H. Has a 19″ work surface and 8″ tool well. The aprons are 13″ tall. Made entirely out of vertical grain Douglas Fir (except Sapele for the vise liners) . The top, legs, and rails, and tool well are made of laminated 2x4s. The aprons are laminated 2x6s and 2x2s. The 2x2s were added when I realized the aprons weren’t long enough to take the bolts. Finished with Tried and True Danish Oil. Made entirely with hand tools.
Garden Bench by Nenad Jankovic
Pine Garden Bench finished with outdoor varnish
Spice Shelf by Merrick
Black Walnut, shellac finish, first attempt. Made in Chicago, IL.
Saw Restoration by Michal
Restored old Governor Brand Onions & Co. tenon saw. Polished Brass, sanded blade, shellac and bees wax on handle. Previous owner J. Holland. Anyone knows how old this piece could be? #woodworkingmasterclasses
Rocking Chair by Justin Emrich
Rocking Chair. All Oak. Fantastic project to make which for a relative noice was a challenge, all cut and shaped with hand tools. Excellent videos. Thank you.
Coat Rack by Marco Cividin
Recycled fir, blonde shellac, beeswax
Handy Stool by Justin Emrich
Handy Stool, Sycamore and Ash legs. A real hit with The Boss! Bending the lamination was great fun.
Spatula by Strom
My first spatula/turner in beech. First project with only hand tools.
Bookshelves by Ermir
Redwood pine bookcase, water based stain. The joinery on the outside frame is mostly housing dados, with a few wedged tenons. The inner elements are joined with tapered interlocking housind dados, as in the “Leaning wall shelf”. Sliding doors with wooden tongue and groove, one empty space to choose for each row giving 81 different arrangements. I have to say once again that the poor man’s rebate plane and the not so poor man’s router are great tools! I used them a lot in this project.
Common Woodworking Three-Legged Stools by Nenad Jankovic
Pine tree legged stools finished with outdoor varnish
Marking Gauge by Mike Daigle
Hard maple body and stem, red oak locking pin; beeswax finish.
Workbench by Nick van Beest
Small workbench (86 cm wide, 61 cm deep, 100 cm high, or 34″ x 24″ x 39.5″) for a small workshed (2.7 m x 1.8 m), inspired by the Paul Sellers bench… Used pine for the frame and the tool tray, beech for the top and apron, and oak jaws for the vice
Wallclock by Jason Jenkins
Cherry lumber with amber shellac finish
Workbench by Jason Jenkins
Pine and Douglas fir with danish oil finish
Dovetail Box by Jason Jenkins
Brown oak with shellac finish
Simple Bookshelf by Nenad Jankovic
Simple Bookshelf from pine finished with blonde shellac
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