Gallery Goodness, 22nd August 2022
Over the past month, we’ve had a fantastic collection of photos depicting excellent pieces sent in. Please take a look!
Dovetail Box by Tim Ruhlman
A dovetail box I made from a dead walnut tree in my backyard
Milking Stool by Philip millard
3 legged milking stool from upcycled ClS studs, breaking the mould away from power tools and class this as my first piece of real woodworking, it’s definitely the way to go in a small workshop, amazing what can be done at the bench with a few basic tools.
Keepsake Box by John Schutz
Monkeypod and Mango Stash box: Wood I brought back from Kauai, HI. 4″x6″x 4″ with a lift off lid and sliding tray inside. Finished with satin polyl
Coffee Table by Matt Sims
Small table made from reclaimed oak cladding, freed as a result of work on a friends house. 3 coats of water based polyurethane varnish, topped off with a couple of coats of wax. Side rails quite thin after curves cut, so strengthened with a couple of strips glued to the inside face, out of sight. Now nice and strong!
Router Planes by the lads at Skillway
Hand Routers made by the lads at Skillway in Godalming Surrey
Re-handle of straight handled Gent saw by Conrad Aquino
Handle is made from figured Claro Walnut and finished with Rennisance Wax, inspired by Paul’s saw handle video.
Occasional Table by Ed J
Surprised myself with how this turned out. Victorian ash legs, Durian aprons, Meranti top, finished with water based varnish.
Cherry Sideboard by Austin Conner
Solid cherry sideboard utilizing frame and panel construction. Finished using glue sizing to diminish “blotchiness” and three coats of sprayed water-based polyurethane.
Rocking Chair by David Steward
Timber is American Cherry
Display Cabinet by Paul Cullen
A wall mounted display cabinet for a collection of antique blue-and-white china. The timber is Queensland silky oak, a beautifully figured Australian native. The wood is recycled from a 100-year old school hall in Far North Queensland.
Blanket Chest by Colby Campbell
Toy chest for my daughter until she’s older. Made from cherry.
Router Plane by Rob Drown
Walnut, turned handles, PS hardware kit
Bedside Table by Stan
Cherry wood, blonde shellac finish.
Brad Awl by Lisa Burt
Hand-carved marblewood handle (2-1/4″ x 1-1/4″) and 3mm tempered piano wire. The wire was sharpened on one end then driven into the handle with a power drill. The business end was heated with a torch to temper, then filed to a pyramid-shaped point.
Oilstone Box by Benoît T.
A oak box for a Turkish oilstone, with endgrain blocks to help keep the stone flat. Shellac finish.
‘Old woman’s tooth’ router by Benoît T.
An old woman’s tooth router plane in oak, made with a plough plane iron. It’s working very efficiently !
Dog or Cat Stairs by Rafał
Stairs for a dog or a cat to make it easier to get in and out of the armchair or sofa. Hiding places in the steps for toys or delicacies for our pet. Made of pine wood, the finish is a water colorless varnish.
Router Plane by Kathy Pyne
made from spalted beech and handles carved by hand.
Inlayed Coasters by Mike Conner
Made a set of four coasters. Two are walnut with maple and cherry stars and the others are cherry with maple and wenge stars.
Intarsia by Leonard Bauman
Router Plane by Jon
The Sellers router plane from hard maple and teak handles
Thank you to everyone who has sent a picture in!
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Great work everybody!
I think the cherry sideboard by Austin Conner would make an amazing WWM video series. Very impressive!
Excelência nos trabalhos!
Excellence in work!
Excellent all 🙂 Particularly like the saw handle, the various router planes, the Brad awl and the oilstone box 🙂