Thank you to all of you who sent in a picture over the past month! Let’s take a look…
Tool Cabinet by Scott Smith
Walnut case with elm door panels.
Plane Tote and Knob by Dave Hutchins
Followed Paul’s videos to make a tote and knob completely by hand out of an angelim bowl blank for a sargent vbm no.410
Sofa Table by Kered Winder
This two tier side table is made from American rose Ash together with mottled Markoke veneer. The stretchers are 6 layers glued and form bent into a curved shape. the lower shelf I used birch ply and covered it with 12 wedges of Maroke veneer laid in a starburst shape and further inlayed Ash.
Winding Sticks by Paul Mumford
Rosewood with Ebony and Huon Pine inlays. finished with shellac and canuba/bee’s wax.
Key Hanger by Rafał
Carved key hanger. Made of oak wood, the finish is oil and wax.
Pet Bed by Rafał
Personalized carved pet bed. The longer sides are made of beech wood, while the shorter sides are made of oak wood. The connection is rounded dovetails. Finished with oil and wax.
Workbench by larry Goltz
Salted sycamore, from trees i cut and slabbed
Rocking Chair by Dawid Malan
Rocking chair in cherry
Occasional Table by Steve Quinlan
Table top and rails from live edge oak. Legs made from reclaimed oak stair posts ripped into 4 pieces. Finished with danish oil. All hand tools, no machines.
Chest of Drawers by Matt Sims
2 drawer chest. Made from reclaimed pine, stained and finished with sanding sealer and wax. (Actually made a while ago, but only just got around to getting a picture of it!) Knobs were shop bought!
Console Table by Toby Jackson
Mid-century inspired TV stand in Sweet Chestnut that had some spalting in the live edge. The legs are are new old stock Danette legs to keep it looking mid-century. Half lapped joints , all hand planed, scraper card and finished in polyvine dead flat decorators varnish to avoid darkening the wood.
Garden Bench by Dave De La Cruz
This was made from Cypress Macrocarpa from fallen windbreak trees in Victoria, Australia. It was finished with some “outdoor oil” to help protect it and to try and keep the golden colour for as long as possible. I had a great time making this project. It was a lot of work (about 3 months nights and weekends) but very rewarding! I found the hardest bit was assembly and getting the seat slats to work with the curvature of the rails.
Wooden Tray by Dick Martin
This is an assortment of just about everything in the cut-off bin.
Breadboard-end Cutting board by KevBran
Sapele and maple cutting board, a gift for the MIL
Chessboard by Kell Moller
Chessboard and simple chess pieces in Nordic style for my son
Dovetail Box by Andy Lockwood
Made from four oak table legs and some brown oak
Footstools by Tim F
Two oak footstools with Sapele wedges. First experiment with ammonia fuming on the right! Finishes were Danish oil (left) and home made Maloof-style mix (right).
Desktop Organiser by Tim F
A gift for my daughter. Cherry with Utile drawer-pull and shellac/wax finish. A very enjoyable and educational project (my first drawer!) – thanks Paul.
Frame Saw by Trevor Molyneux
Modified Gramercy Frame Saw. The frame is made from beech finished in a clear shellac. All fittings are solid brass. I decided to make a more elaborate tension adjustment that didn’t twist a looped cord but without using a threaded rod, so I made a hybrid of the two. I used 2mm dynema thread which doesn’t stretch to keep the length of threaded adjustment manageable. A modern twist to a traditional design. Having been pleased with the result, I will make larger and heavier duty ones using the same design.
Garden Bench by Tremblers
Rustic bench made from a western red cedar tree which was in our garden. It has retained its colour.
Bench Stools by Doug from Australia
Made with pine timber framing and the plane was awesome
Thank you to everyone who has sent a picture in!
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