It is my pleasure to introduce more inspirational imagery from our fine community of dedicated woodworkers! Enjoy!
Toolchest by Nick Della Volpe, Knoxville Tn
Cherry tool chest with curly maple in frame and panel lid. 24” L x 18” W, 4 drawers and tool well.
Tiffany Style Lamp by Allan Collins
Workbench by Rob Franz
All the tools used in building this SYP bench including my grandfather’s plough plane and #78 rabbet plane, and my father-in-law’s Disston saw. All others were purchased used and refurbished. Yes I used the cordless drill and screwdriver…and the barely pictured ‘53 ShopSmith, but only for the long rip cuts. Truly a case of the journey being far more important than the destination! Thank you for your fantastic and limitless help, Paul!!
Workbench by Zachary N Segovia
Going on about 4 years of use (as of upload, avg. ~10 – 15 hours / weekends) and plentiful wood projects, this humble Sellers workbench is still serving strong. All construction techniques were used from both workbench video series using constructions lumber and boiled linseed oil finish. Someday I intend to expand on this Sellers / English workbench to somehow make an even more personalized and efficient workspace. My many thanks to all at team Sellers.
Keepsake Box by Justin Emrich
Keepsake Box made with Sapele with Star inlay made from Oak and Panga Panga
Router Plane by jeff gose
Router Plane – Enjoying my progress – A “PT” (Paul and Team) Thanks. Router Plane – Bubinga (?) , HSS 3/8 chisel, retainer bar – a repurposed gun rack holder & Awaiting parts. Paul appreciate technique reminders and your narration pauses – Keeps me thinking. My Traveling Joiner’s Box is almost ready for shellac. My router took a few material turns and is currently an uncoated great edition. HSS nothing’s easily, but an angle grinder kept me grinning. Thanks
Coasters by Gerry
A set of six coasters made of walnut, maple and alder. The stand is made of walnut and maple.
Desktop Organiser by 王欣
Secretary Desk by Bob Hammond
a flip top secretary desk in cherry, with hidden storage under the writing surface
Router Plane by Geoff Newton
The body of the plane is made from local Black Wattle and the knobs turned from another local wattle, both rescued from the wood chipper. The blade was hand forged from a railway clip and all threaded knobs turned on the lathe.
Console Table by Chris Harmston
Curly Walnut Table-Gift for my Sister
Cabinet & Display Table by Rick Russo
Tropical Ash sourced from urban sawyers in LA. The trees were transplanted in Riverside, CA. Legs are Big Leaf Maple. Door pulls: European Walnut. Finish is Arm-R-Seal Satin.
Workbench by Erhard du Toit
Made from recycled structural pine, The wood was “knot” the best, but all I had on hand, size is 2150mm x 860mm x 900mm high. The vises are both restored South African Record vises. I also included a shelf for storage.
Joiner’s Mallets and Mahjong Box by Doug
Joiners mallets from very hard Australian red gum and mahjong box
Kitchen Stools by Doug
Oak frames and various timbers for hand carved seats
Router Planes by Doug
Router planes for my sons. Base from very solid hardwood and handle made following plane knob construction
Desk Chair by Andrew Scott
Desk chair, really a sewing chair for my wife, in Queensland maple (Flindersia brayleyana) and African wenge. Four coats of blonde de-waxed shellac and carnauba wax finish. A much-admired design Paul, comfortable, but challenging to get all the angles right for a seamless finish.
Danish Stool by Matt Sims
100 reclaimed wood, from door collected via freegle… Stained, (not very well!) and finished with water based poly varnish. First attempt at weaving. Plans from another site!
Cherry Bookshelf by Chris Harmston
Cats Paw Cherry Book Shelf using wedged through tennons and stopped dados.
Tool Drawer Organiser by Joshua Marshall
I modified Paul’s Tool Drawer Organizer design to make a three drawer jewelry box. One larger drawer and two smaller ones. It’s pine with spalted maple drawer fronts and solid brass knobs.
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