Hello and welcome to another exciting roundup of all the photos we have received of the various and varied projects our community has made in the past month. Thanks everyone!
Mushroom and Herbarium Dryer by David Fernhed
Had a couple of wooden slats legg from a mirrorproject. Amazons how much wood it takes for a couple of frames. Pine
8 x 10 Photograph Box by Kurt Schultz
Various techniques combined for this project. Inlay from mirror pj, box bottom from bread stow pj. Lid is simply rounded over with recessed edges.
Sawhorses by TimB
This is the final of the base to the undersides of my split top Roubo bench build. Throughout the build I used a pair of Paul’s sawhorse design which I had constructed just prior. In this photo, you can see all 400 lbs. of the bench resting on the horses.
Workshop Utility Table by Paul Mumford
The frame is made entirely of Australian hardwood reclaimed from a house demolition. Nice to work but rough on cutting edges. The table top and drawer front and bottom are made from ply offcuts. The frame has 30 M&T hints including the frame support for the drawer which are strengthened using draw bore.The drawer is dovetailed and bottom and divider secured using dados. #woodworkingmasterclasses
Wall Shelf by Mian G
Wall shelf out of oak
Dovetail Boxes by rayc21
Workshop tidy boxes made from pine finishing will be shellac when all boxes are finished
Console Table by Kered Winder
A 2020 version of a 1949 Desk designed and made by an Italian Architect. The wood is Sessile Oak with a 10mm thick Crystal Glass top. This geometrical desgine is made up from Triangles and Trapezoid shapes. It has hidden mortise and tennon joints and is glued and screwed.
Bookends by clovercheek
Bookends made from oak and pine (for the mountains), aluminum for the bottom
Occasional Table by clovercheek
table made from oak, a bit wider than the others.
Joiner’s Toolbox by Brent Ingvardsen
Craftsman-style Tool Carrier by David Cracknell
I wanted to make this a soon as I saw Paul’s video come out. I started it in France on holiday. They sell oak in E20 planks in Brico Depot. I bought a few cheap tenon saw of 12tpi from the store to cut the dovetails but they came out ok.The handle bar is made from a piece of pine, but this week I finished the tray with some tulip wood (poplar) that i had back in London. A splash of Danish and maybe some wax and brush to follow. Very happy with this. Thank you, Paul, for your skill sharing and infectious enthusiasm for fine, accurate work.
Coat Rack by nemo
Coat rack. Made of beech and stainless steel. Wooden part made with handtools only.
Thermometer by nemo
Mercury min/max thermometer, made from the glass vial and scale of an old broken and discoloured plastic one. Everything else was made new out of wood and stainless steel. Made from recovered oak, left unfinished. Wooden parts made with handtools only.
Workbench by Michael O’Brien
This is my work bench. It’s made from construction grade F17 hardwood (Vic Ash). It’s big and heavy, at just over 500 pounds. To deal with wood movement, the central core of the table (running lengthwise between the legs, and the end vise screws), is laminated MDF and Birch Ply. I then used half inch strips of Vic Ash as a “veneer” on the top and underside of the bench. I’ve been using it for almost one year, and its been excellent. I rarely need to move it, but when I do I use a car jack and a set of dollies. I use this method for moving all my shop machinery.
Tool Tote by Ben Ellenberger
This is cherry with an oak handle. I wanted to try doing a dovetailed box with compound angles. One side is vertical, the ends are set at one angle, and the other side is a slightly different angle.
Timber Frame Shed by D Boyle
Drawbored mortise and tenoned frame with wedged tenoned dovetailed tie beams. Made from green oak beams (which initially ruined my planes but quickly learned about tannins in green oak!). Set on a base from bricks I cleaned the mortar from and laid in English bond. Made a beetle/commander from a beam offcut based on Paul’s joiners mallet (also in picture) to persuade a few stubborn joints together. Wouldn’t have attempted anything like this without following Paul Sellers’ classes. All started with the workbench! Thanks and keep up the great work.
Shoe Tidy by Phil Amos
Woods used were those available to hand. They include sycamore, sapele, nargusta (for the lid frame), reclaimed oak and birch plywood. The tambour was finished with shellac, with all other areas finished with matt polyurethane varnish.
Footstool by Nina S
First project – oiled oak top and painted pine legs. Took forever but quite proud.
Dovetail Boxes by peter marshall
Dovetail Boxes – Presents for my Sisters – Combinations of Cherry , Douglas Fir and Hemlock – Finish is 3 coats of Blonde Shellac with a topcat of Walrus Oil Furniture Butter
Adaptation of Paul’s Sofa Table by Harold Blair
Tool Drawer Organiser by Nenad Jankovic
Makeup and jewelry organizer for my loved one. Carcass made from pine with oak fronts to pop up. Finished with shellac for classy delicate look.
Dovetail Box by James Taylor
A dovetail box. Leopard wood with purpleheart boarder and hand made drawer pull. interior box Baltic Birch plywood, maple drawer bottom and purpleheart trim. Interior lining aromatic cedar. Rare earth magnet to secure the drawer.
Desktop Organiser by Nenad Jankovic
Desktop organiser from pine with oak front. Posing on the chair with upholstery done by Paul instructions.
Toolchest by Larry Elam
Made of all cherry with Baltic birchwood bottom’s finish with tung oil
Desktop Organiser by donhatch
Cherry wood. Has a sliding tray and no lid.
Eco Bin by Michael Chatzipetros
Pine ,baltic birch plywood, water based finish
Coffee Table by Matt Sims
Coffe Table, using material from a bed, and Ikea unit that someone was about to dump, and old rafters and floorboard from a neighbours attic conversion. Mitred angle tenon joints and finished with satin Osmo oil.
Banquito by jesus lopez
Madera pino sencillas herramientas grandes enseñanzas de el maestro Sr Paul
Wooden Spreaders and Service Board by Kory Karr
Made of curly maple and walnut. Made as a wedding gift.
Carrying Tote by Tom Ray
This tool tote was made from pine (except for the padauk highlight strip) that had been stored in my garage for 45 years! I knew I would use it someday. The tote has a removable top tray and room on the inside for another tray should I need one in the future. It should be large enough for my saws, planes, chisels, etc. There are a dozen drawbore mortise and tenons, two angled M&T’s for the handle, dovetails, and a dozen lineal feet of groove and tongue joints. The only tools I used in making this were backsaws, panel saw, plane, router plane, spokeshave, and an eggbeater drill. Handtools only: no electricity was consumed in the manufacture of this product!
Toolbox by ENRIQUE HULSZ
Built using the methods I learned from Paul Sellers with only hand tools during the 2020 quarantine. I enjoyed making it so much and it saved me from losing my mind during this difficult times. Beetle kill pine with shellac finish
Federal Side Table by Andrew Konopitski
Primary wood: Sapele; Secondary wood: Ash; Drawer front: Pommele Sapele veneer; Banding: Hard maple and Indian rosewood; Stringing: Hard maple. Based on plans by Steve Latta. Couldn’t have done this by hand without the foundation I learned from Paul.
Thank you to everyone who has sent a picture in!
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