Coffee Table inspired by Paul’s FootStool and breadboard Series. Made out of Walnut and Cherry. Unfortunately, I didn’t get the leg alignment right 🙁 but still I’m pleased with how its finished.
I used a combination of construction techniques from Paul’s Tool Chest as well as several housing dados for the interior. The idea to make this came from a flimsy, mass produced globe bar a friend had purchased. After looking around for something better, I found something similar to this and decided to give it a try. Thanks Paul! I couldn’t have done it without you. It is made from red oak which has been stained with a final finish of shellac
small table inspired on the three legged stool from the artisan course. The wood is pine, the tabletop is finished with linseedoil and reddish pigments. sizes: hight 440 mm, tabletop 415mm x115mm x10mm. I made it a few years ago for my friend who asked for a small table by a low chair. thanks Paul for your inspiration. Antonia
I designed this to be a multi-purpose desk to use while laying in bed or on the couch. Oak frame with alternating oak/sycamore desktop and purpleheart banding.
Bookshelf by David Kemp
$7 2×4 solution for the wife. 19″H x 12″W redwood with polyurathane finish
Reclaimed wood hallway bench
Oak and wrought iron combination hard oil wax finishing
Oak and wrought iron combination hard oil wax finishing
Sofa table made to size for friends lobby, in ash
Traditional chest in cherry with a shellac and wax finish.
sink cabinet in white oak with a shellac finish for the sides, wipe on poly for the top.
Garden bench with oak
My 17 year old daughter wanted a long board, so I suggested that we should just make one. We bought rough sawn lumber, using hand tools we cut, planed, and glue-up an over sized panel. Then finished the final shaped with chisels, #4 smoothing plane (for the round overs), and scrapers. We used shellac to seal the hickory, mahogany, and basswood. Then used oil-based out door poly to add protection.
Oak frames and top. Ash t&g panels
Mahogany hall trestle table
Pine, sassafras finished with salmon milk paint, shellac and wax.
Built for my wifes grandfather to house his medals from World War II
My first shooting board, it works well. Don’t know the wood but its a hard wood. I used my hand Router for the first time on this project.
DVD Storage Cabinet. Made from redwood pine.
A pair of driveway gates made from 5 x 2 par pine and t&g. These gates were made using half lap joinery before being taught the art of mortice and tenon joints. The front of the gates got at least 3 coats of 5 year wood stain while the back only got 2 coats. They have been built for five years now these were my fist project and still they work just fine.
White oak, stain and shellac
Green wild cherry spoons and pine rack
Hard wood (beach?) wedge lock, one hand operation
My family recently returned from vacation in the Smokey Mountains(NC, USA). While there, they bought firewood to heat the cabin. My Uncle saw the fresh cut walnut and brought me back 4 pieces. I made this spoon that night. It was very wet, so I am letting it dry out before smoothing it out. P.S. My other hobby is photography.
A client commissioned me to make this chest of drawers. The drawers are dovetail, the drawer rails are mortis and tenon and the bottom of the drawers and back are panels.
plane storage made from 18mm scrap it was a great project for practicing housing dado’s as it contains 12 of them
Quickly quarter standard sheets of sandpaper to fill you caddy. More info in this post: https://woodworkingmasterclasses.com/discussions/topic/sandpaper-quartering-jig-build/
my son need a box for school books to leave in school .the plastic ones kept breaking
Wall Shelf of Cherry Wood by Greg Berlin
Pine and cherry with a barn red milk paint stain, shellac and wax.
Splined mitered box with raised top . Made from Walnut, Tulip wood, Maple, Wenge .and lined with Spanish cedar.
Made from Mahogany Finished in Shellac and waxed Blade made from Jig saw blade
SOUTH AMERICAN WALNUT AND MAPLE. FINISH IS DANISH OIL AND MINWAX FINISH WAX.
Hard maple with shop made bandsaw blade.
Made from English Oak
Christmas gifts carved from cherry, chip carved handles, brushed with olive oil
The timber is Coastal Sheoak, native to Western Australia , the piece being branch material from a tree I felled in a customers backyard that was set aside to air dry for later use. The main trunk I think will prove to have some very nice material for larger projects. The grain is quite dense and a little interlocking but rewarding with its figure. The only gouge I had at hand was about seven mm but being inspired I made do and shaped a scraper from a piece of offcut construction grade steel which worked surprisingly well. I experimented with the handle to see if something more ergonomic for an elderly person would make any difference, so far the response has been positive.
Toy box made from pine. No great joinery in this one just butt joints glued and screwed, more of a prototype but my nephew liked it, so I decorated it for him great for practise with spokeshaves and rasps not to mention cutting the letters out with a coping saw.
Japanese style toolbox Made of Pine wood scraps
I posted a photo in the gallery earlier with this spoon unfinished on a stack of firewood I used. I incorporated some of that same walnut along with white oak, maple, and mahogany into the cutting board.
Split-top Saw Bench, pine with Danish oil
I am a disabled United States Marine Corps combat veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and have found woodworking as a means of therapy and recovery. Several years ago I became extremely interested in woodturning in addition to flatwork and started to make wooden lamps on the only lathe I could afford, a Harbor Freight 12″ x 36″ wood lathe. Here, I have turned a lamp out of solid cherry and outfitted it with solid brass hardware. I’ve never been able to sell any of my lamps but I still make them nonetheless. In 2009 I lost everything because of my service but woodworking is slowly helping me to regain dignity and my own humanity. I hope others will enjoy my labor of love.
Not to be confused with Paul’s project, it’s made out of Hoop Pine it’s very strong yet easy on on hand tools. Also it is adjustable height a light coat of shellac was applied
This one is made from Poplar stained with Elm and finished off with Antique Oil. It supposed to have a rustic look about it, also I tried to make a contrast between the joints but didn’t end looking the way I expected it to so it look like gaps but there aren’t any.
This is the last of the Fijian Kauri I had, I placed the hinges on the outside as they were too large to be recessed in on the insiide. Unfortunately I can only post one pic of it but it has a back door. Hope you like it.
I used Radiata Pine typical home centre lumber, the top edge glued and morrtise and tenons throughout. Finally I finished it off with a Rose Mahogany spirit stain applied with a rag and lastly a few coats of satin varnish. Actually it turned out more like an eggshell than satin isomething you’d get out of minwax antique oil but thicker. Anyway this was a gift to my wife for her 23rd birthday.. Unfortunately I just can’t get a better pic.
Meranti frame work and yellow pine fielded panels
Made this holder after seeing Pauls. Keeps the chisels and gauges at easy reach, and mobile. The sides and base are made from Jarrah, top and rail are oak i think.
Dovetail caddy. Child’s chair
I made several scoops following after Mr. Sellers youtube video. I changed it up a little bit here with this scoop made from walnut.
Japanese-style Lamp after Edward Turner’s design. Pitch Pine/Pine/JN Paper
Small floating shelf unit by hhcraft
stationary box made from painted poplar and unfinished cherry.
Hall table in mahogany. (my first table)
Japanese tool box in unfinished poplar.
Cherry wood cabinet with an oiled finish.
A small child’s bench made from European oak finished with shellac made for my twin nieces.
This is a house number plaque made for my girlfriend’s house, which is my first serious attempt at doing a mostly hand tools only woodworking project. The lighter coloured wood was recovered from a pallet, which I think is redwood, the edging and characters are made from mahogany. The lighter wood section is 3 pieces edge jointed together, with the mahogany border rebated, mitred and glued in place. The characters where made from the same piece of mahogany as the edging and were cut out using a scroll saw, hand finished and glued in place. Due to it being located outside it was finished with 3 generous coats of Danish Oil and mounted using keyhole plates rebated into the back.
Walnut maple combination coffee table. Finishing Biopin hard oil wax. In the bowl of pebbles felicitation
Bookcase in red oak with an oil finish
I made this for all my fellow Jewish woodworkers! The project only took me a couple hours using Paul’s methods for shaping. The Menorah is made from mahogany, the spindle was shaped on a lathe the candle holder and base where shaped with spokeshaves and chisel. I hope you enjoy!
Marking/Mortise Gauge Rack. oak with tapered legs dovetailed into top, finished with clear shellac & wax
Cupboard cabinet made of pine and painted
It is the restart of my woodworking live
My own design in cherry, pine and birch ply. Hand tied “hardware” and kolrosing decoration.
Tigerwood krenov style wood plane
Redwood, arched garden bridge in Japanese Garden, in Texas
A small (60 x 65cm approx combined cupboard/shelf unit made from white pine, stained and waxed
1/2″ plywood base, ambrosia maple with oak wedges, and superslick polyethelyne bed for plane (Stanley 4 1/2 pictured)
Walnut shaker style side table. Wax finish.
Pine, all glue with wood pegs (no nails) finished with lemon shellac and wax, everithing made from what I’ve learn on WWMC
Shaker style workbench. Hard Maple top, Curly Maple drawer fronts, Cherry, and Birdseye Maple trim.
Red oak hall table based loosely on Paul’s sofa table project. Finished with mi wax golden pecan and wife on poly.
Made poplar and cherry veneer wood finished with blond shellac and wax
Doors made from Western Red Cedar, constructed with mortise and through, wedged tennons. The plans came from a reprint of the book Doormaking and Window-making, published by Lost Art Press.
Made of ash. Clear shellac, wax.
Made this cherry spoon for my wife this afternoon.
Built around Paul’s sofa table project. Red oak with golden pecan stain and wipe on poly. All hand tools!
No idea what the wood is, but it was on sale as scraps.
I’ve made a few of these over the last 45+years. This one from left over oak laminated. The knife wall is very definitive and accurate. I love to use a 41/2 for shooting.
African mahogany (Khaya) with orange shellac and dark wax finish. Added two magnets to hold board closed (pro-tip: pay attention to magnet polarity). Given as gift to 6yr old nephew who already plays the game at school on “board game days” when too cold to have recess outside.
canoe (Featherweight Boatbuilding by Mac Mccarthy) by thiel2