Gallery Goodness, 19th October 2021
Get ready! Here comes another fun collection of community submitted photos, featuring all sorts of projects.
Mumiko Table Lamp by Paul Mumford
Features five kumoko panels in the asa-no-ha design with the top panel removable for lamp access. The frame is made from maple and uses triple lap joints at each Intersection. The side panels are lined with traditional shoji paper. The frame is finished with shellac and wax, while the hoop pine kumiko panels remain raw. #woodworkingmasterclasses
Tool Cabinet by David Vergona
Pine chest with cherry pulls
Tool Cabinet by Liam C
Tool cabinet for my carving tools. Silky Oak doors, Australian Blackwood body, pole-lathe turned Pear knobs, Australian Red Cedar drawers. Hand-tools only
Coffee Table by Liam C
Hand tools only, from the log to finish. Local windfallen Elm from Melbourne
Wallclock by Rafał Dymecki
Pine wood wall clock, oil and soft wax finish. This is my first project.
Toolchest by Rafał Dymecki
Travel carpenter’s toolbox. Made of pine, finishing only with bleaching wax.
Coffee Table by Andrew Scott
Coffee table in cherry (Prunus serotina), four coats de-waxed blonde shellac, three coats gloss polyurethane.
Craftsman-style Lamp by Michael Chatzipetros
Oak, 3 coats of shellac
Traveling Joiner’s Toolbox by Mike Towndrow
Made entirely from recycled wood from Oxford Wood Recycling (OWR) including Beech and Mahogany. I have no lathe and so made square drawer pulls shaping the tops to reflect the door and back panel shaping. The Toolbox came out a lot better than I expected!
Occasional Table by Peter Peters
Occasional table in oak with wedged mortise and tenon joints
Bed Frame by DB
Single bed frame made with through mortise and tenons with long rails wedged for quick assembly. No metal fasteners anywhere. Rail tenons are haunched as well. Foot and head boards are drawbored. All leg shaping is with handtools. Wood is all reclaimed. Slats are just pallet softwood. Main frame is unknown hardwood but was from old mantel boards stored for 30 years. I’ve been told they are mahogany but I know that can mean a lot of different things. Pins/pegs are handmade from oak scraps. Anyway it was really nice wood to work with and the project only cost me my time. Finished with shellac and wax. Thanks for looking.
Tool Drawer Organiser by DB
2nd tool drawer organiser as I like the look of these and wanted more practise at drawer making. It’s upscaled and has an extra drawer. The larger drawer back is wedged through mortised like the workbench drawer and the handles are copied from one of Paul’s other videos. Handles and drawers decrease in size proportionately (golden ratio) towards the top and drawer front wood types are lighter towards the top too. Carcass made from old oak floorboards and fronts from scraps of oroko, mahogany-like species and unknown. Thanks
Desktop Organiser by CJ
Two-drawer version of Paul’s design using mahogany with ebony pulls.
Rocking Chair by Bruce Albrecht
Wood used is Mango. Built for my new granddaughter. Thanks Paul for a pleasing, comfortable design and helpful tutorials.
Vintage Scope Box by deanbecker
Mahogany and poplar salvaged from an old bookcase
Desktop Organiser by Arjan de Jong
The desktop organiser made of maple and walnut.
Dovetail Box by Peter Marshall
Tea Box – Dovetail box made out of Cherry and finished with Oil and Wax.
Sun Lounger by VLADIMIR DANIS
Sunlounger made with mainly redwood pine and pine.
Moving Workshop Table by Paul Mumford
Laminated ply top and recycled Oregon frame. The shelf is a veneered panel from a demolished wardrobe. The castors can be disengaged, thus giving greater stability when the table is in use.
Footstool by DB
Footstool made with ash from a diseased tree I cut down a few years ago. Wedged with mahogany scraps. Finished with shellac and wax. Birthday present hence the ribbon.
Thank you to everyone who has sent a picture in!
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Such beautiful work by the members here! Utterly inspiring. Many thanks to you all for sharing your craftsmanship.
Wow, beautiful work. I especially appreciate the marvel of DB’s bed frame. Great job!
Wow, amazing projects everyone!