The biggest thing this week is the start of the bandsaw mill. I also spent some time in the shop getting the base of the farmhouse table ready to be assembled, cleaning out the shop, and working on an apple press.
Decorative Wheelbarrow by Marius
The first is a decorative wheelbarrow made from scrap , main body is made of fir and wheel is made of beech and two diamonds are from linden wood,and the second project is a wine bottle holder made from fir slats 50 years old recovered from a roof of a neighbor.
G&G TV Stand by Jason
I just finished this greene and greene tv stand. I handplaned almost everything on this piece which was a great learning experience. The case panels are 15″ and the top is closer to 19″(to wide for my dewalt lunchbox). The joinery was all hand cut with the exemption of the mortise and tenons for the doors. The door pulls were made with a cove bit at the router then shaped with a block plane. The underside chamfer for the top was done with a no 6 plane. I first saw this design on ljs the gentleman had pulled inspiration from Marc’s gadget station. I have been woodworking for 2 years and feel that I have reached a new benchmark with this piece.
Mallet with Colored Inlays by Barry
I made a mallet with colored inlays for the WoodbyWright hand tool build off & the WOmadeOD Toolmake 16 contests. It is made from maple and oak with beech dowels. It was my first time making a mallet.
Cedar Table by Ryan
I’m a 16 year old woodworker and my parents have let me set up my tiny woodshop on 1/2 of the garage. The table is made from cedar that I got from a neighbor and milled up into boards. The cedar is bookmatched and there is poplar between them. One of the boards has a live edge. This was my second furniture project.