It must have been an incredibly busy month for everyone as we have had absolutely stacks of pictures sent in, showcasing a whole range of different projects!
Dovetail Box by peter marshall
Dovetailed Box from Cherry Wood finished with Shellac and wax . Artwork by Sarah Marshall .
Small Writing/Computer Desk by Bob Hammond
a classic flip-top design with a pullout writing surface and pigeon holes
Workbench by Christian Kayser
I made the workbench from regular construction timber and pretty much exactly from the drawings. The jaw liners on the vice are made from oak scraps from the building site where I work.
Workbench by John King
Here in New Zealand another Sellers bench is born from timber from part of my house and othe bits mostly found. This is the start of my retirement at 68. It’s not perfect but I feel very happy with the end result.
Desktop Organiser by Liviu Cerchez
Marking Gauge by Liviu Cerchez
Marking gauge made from a broken chisel and scrap wood
Hanging Wall Shelf by Dan Perzyna
Hanging wall shelf made from Hickory. Far from perfect but my first real piece I’ve made .
Dovetail Box by Paul Walton
Small oak box with inlay.
Chest of Drawers by Kered Winder
Two American Black Walnut and ash chests, Started with Tongue and groove side and rear panels to the full height and then mortice and tenon jointed the draw support frame with all draws having half blind dovetails at the front and thruogh dovetails at the back. Each draw had a centre guide rail enabling the draw fronts to be a piston fit, The pulls were Ash and the draw fronts and top are walnut and then finished with a danish oil to make the walnut grain pop out even more.
Barstool by James Taylor
Cherry barstool with swivel
Toolchest by broccolirob
Paul’s Toolchest in mahogany and brass hardware. Finished with Amber Shellac.
Desktop Organiser by kjo
Desktop organizer in walnut and ash.
Single Bed by Wouter Naessens
Reaching 3 years old, my youngest son was in need of a youth bed. I built one out of SLS construction lumber as a prototype. I do plan on rebuilding it in cherry or oak, but for the time being this is usable as it is. The bed can be dismantled, the lateral rails are mortice and tenoned into the foot and headboard but not glued. They are secured with bolts which are reachable from the inside.
Grandfather Clock by keith
solid maple construction
Blanket Chest by Michael Campbell
Blanket chest fashioned from bog standard construction studs. Bottom is cedar planks. Approx. 40″W x 22″H x 17″D (102 x 56 x 43 cm)
Router Plane by John Carruthers
Paul’s router plane made in 2 hours from a bit of 3/8 Victorian carbon steel with sundries turned and knurled on the lathe. some off cuts.
Joiner’s Mallet by Marc Smith
Sellers’ style w/Osage Orange head, Black Walnut handle. Very comfy.
Side Table by Nick Kerr
Side table made from European Oak made to fit between our armchairs. How-to table with an end drawer stolen from the Console table.
Hexagonal Boxes by Andrew Scott
Queensland silky oak, black walnut, ebony, rock maple, jarrah, with a finish of blond dewaxed shellac and beeswax.
Sofa Table by Alastair Burke
I made this scaled down version of the original sofa table. I used European Oak and finished the table with Osmo Oil Satin. It was a challenging but hugely rewarding. The end product is by no means perfect, but the imperfections make it unique and tell a story! Thanks to the team for providing a great project
Learning Tower by ahmet çömlekçioğlu
The project is intended for my 2 years old daughter to participate her mother when she is in the kitchen. So the toddler does not feel left out and she will be able to develop some kitchen skills. It is mostly made out of pine lumber. Lots of mortise and tenon joinery. I first tried angled joinery and rectangular pins for drawboring joinery. Finished with beeswax and olive oil mixture.
Keepsake Box by CJ
Pine keepsake box finished with blonde shellac
Router Plane by Peter Fitzpatrick
White oak, beech handles. I’ve given it an elongated mouth, and the tension bar is a piece of brass.
Floor Lamp by Jeremy Shoemaker
Made from walnut. Lampshade is from IKEA.
Toolchest by rayc21
Wood is Meranti finished with clear varnish. Made from 5 second hand off cuts of 4×2 x 28 inch various planks.
Router Plane by Gea Vlak
Paul’s router plane, made out of scrapwood,possibly mahogany as it comes from a table. A few month’s ago I wouldn’t have thought I could make such a tool..
Chest of Drawers by Kered Winder
Two Ash and American Black walnut draw units for my wife who is sadley not here to enjoy them. The finish was three coats of Fidders Dainish oil.
Console Table by Craig Medvecky
This isn’t one of Paul’s designs but I used everything I learned from Paul to make this table. Before I found Paul’s WWMC, I had no knowledge of how to make anything. So I just wanted to show a project where I used Paul’s fundamentals to make something of my own design. This is red oak with rosewood inlays. . #woodworkingmasterclasses
Desktop Organiser by James Lane
I made this from a large oak board (at least I think it was oak). I made a video about the build as well. https://youtu.be/EAaiNs1ZiEQ
Router Plane by Chris Harmston
Sapele pomelle. No handles. O1 steel (Oil Quench. Iron did warp slightly.). Extra long reach for those occasional deep needs.
Paul Sellers Router Plane by John J.
Made two Paul Sellers router planes. What i really love about them is that they are far simpler to set up compared to their metal counterparts. If the cutter is not cutting parallel to the surface is just a case of pressing a little harder on one side of the honing guide. No messing about with taping up the sole of the plane to take it to the diamond stones etc. They work so well I might sell my metal ones – Thank you Paul for this wonderful gift to the woodworking community.
Rocking Chair by Sonny Johns
Miniature rocking chair made for two-year-old
Small Dining Table by Tony from Somerset
Ash with cherry and hardwood inlays
Sofa by Jerry Brasier
96″ long sofa built from 11 oak and oak plywood torsion boxes with poplar cores.
Bookends by Don Garrett
Christmas presents for the four grandkids, Ben, Carter, Charlotte, and William, plus one for me from the extra parts. Walnut and hard maple.
Wallclock by joeleonetti
Mesquite with blond shellac. Mesquite was a challenge to work with but well worth it. Very fragrant wood.
Bread Stow by joeleonetti
Cherry and maple with shellac. Was a fun build and my second design heavily inspired by others’ work
Shaker Chimney Cupboard from Fine Woodworking Design by joeleonetti
Cherry and garnet shellac. Took 190 hours to make. I had wanted to make this before I had even started woodworking. It was my dream piece. Thanks Paul for making this possible.
Walking Cane by Rayc3992
Made from Oak with three coats of varnish. Followed Paul’s design
Side Table by Olivier Huet
Inspired by the console table, from 1×3 and 1×2 S4S oak boards.
Wall Hung Whiskey Cabinet by Mike Conner
This is a wall hung whiskey cabinet made for a friend’s 40th birthday. Cabinet is made of cherry with a maple knob. Finished with shellac and wax.
Thank you to everyone who has sent a picture in!
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