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devonwoody

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My list of woodwork projects for the year 2005, what yours?

Beside cabinet 3rd piece of set.Worksmith Plan.
Bench tidy for try squares.
Dovetail shoulder jig, a la D. Cohen.
Garage door security fastener.
New shooting board.
Five drawer embroidery cabinet. AlexS.
Twelve planter boxes.
Bathing pool stand for birds.
Foot Stool.
4 luthier type clamps.
Quilt stand for daughter. Worksmith Plan.
Patio trolley for another daughter.Worksmith plan.
Small knick knack box.
One jewellery box failed. (tablesaw would not cut accurate mitres)
Kitchen palette tool holder.
Two picture frames.
Thirteen drawer embroidery cabinet.
Height setter jig for table saw.

Looking forward to a productive 2006.
 

wizer

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Laundry Basket
Conservatory Cabinet
Mini-Bench, Benchtop Raiser, Bench on Bench or whatever its called

:oops:
 

LyNx

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Late start for me, only the following

workshop wall storage
Ultimate workstation - wip
Picture frame
greenhouse

Andy
 

AndyBoyd

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Finished:
3rd of our bookcases in cherry maple and glass
Japanese inspired TV cabinet

Started but not yet finished :oops:

Arts n crafts bed for the little one in mahogany and Ebony
The copy of David Savages Love Chairs in London Plane.
 

mailee

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My own workshop,
Wall cupboard,
Computer desk,
Garden gate,
Electic meter box,
Router table,
Door,
I have lost count of the kitchen worktops fitted this year!
Oh and made a new table top for my sawbench and made a finger joint jig for the router table, does that count? :lol:
Looks like 2006 is going to be even busier too at this rate!
 

Les Mahon

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Started and finished:
The workshop!
Lots of cupboard doors
a few turnings
countless workshop fixtures!

In progress
Jewelry box
Rocking cradle (which could turn into a race against time if I don't get a shift on :oops: )

Given the immenent arrival in march, I don't think 2006 will be too much to write home about either!

Les
 

Richard S

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Chestnut floor to hall
Bookcase
Blanket box
Three 6' floating box shelves
Two and a half 4' wall cupboards for workshop
Table saw side ext
260' of weather board fencing
Fitted wardrobe
Pine flooring in one bedroom and living room
french doors
Double bed for middle son

Merry Chritmas to you all
 

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A two car garage with separated washroom/utility 22" x 35", well it did say garage on the plans but we all know what it was built for :D

Here it is before the doors were fitted and some of the down pipes not finnished.



Then after I finished I decided to up the power points from 5 to 15 and add two more 6ft florescent lights

17ft long Norm style mitresaw bench/cupboards

3ft x 3ft6in saw table extension/cupboard.

Jigs loads of them. :D
 

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Lord Nibbo":x7j07s64 said:
A two car garage with separated washroom/utility 22" x 35", well it did say garage on the plans but we all know what it was built for :D

Then after I finished I decided to up the power points from 5 to 15 and add two more 6ft florescent lights

17ft long Norm style mitresaw bench/cupboards

3ft x 3ft6in saw table extension/cupboard.

Jigs loads of them. :D
Where's the pics?!?!
 

Lord Nibbo

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WiZeR":13dtirhj said:
Lord Nibbo":13dtirhj said:
A two car garage with separated washroom/utility 22" x 35", well it did say garage on the plans but we all know what it was built for :D

Then after I finished I decided to up the power points from 5 to 15 and add two more 6ft florescent lights

17ft long Norm style mitresaw bench/cupboards

3ft x 3ft6in saw table extension/cupboard.

Jigs loads of them. :D
Where's the pics?!?!
You were too quick for me, :D I'll do some of inside as soon as I can. :oops:

PS.... The big black thing is one of my Newfoundlands.
 

PowerTool

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Built my workshop (mainly brick - does that count ? :wink: )
Workbench
Computer desk for my dad
Toybox for my grand-daughter
2 bowls,a goblet,fork and spoon on the lathe
2 outdoor construction/woodworking areas
TV/media unit
3 fireplace surrounds
Several gates
Some garden fencing
And lots and lots of shelves (in my ex-wifes pub)

Andrew
 

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A good year for my woodworking. :D

Krenov Style cabinet
Bathroom Cabinet
Hand Plane Cabinet
Coffee Table
Maloof Chair
Drinks Cabinet
Step Stool
Built in Cupboards
Box (or 2)
MDF Plane

That's the stuff I can remember, anyway. Hopefully I'll be as productive next year. Especially if I can get my hands on the odd new tool....... :wink:
Philly :D
 

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My woodworking year didn't start properly until April, when I took possession of my new workshop. Since then I've made:

Admiral Nelson portrait
Alsation ornaments
Alsation door wedge
Chihuahua silhouette
Beatles portrait
Chalet-style trinket box
Chopper
Spitfire portrait
Several jigsaw puzzles
Several house signs
Two clocks
Maple occassional table (proper furniture? I slipped up :) ! )
Elephant decoration
Lion portrait
Nativity relief portrait
Maple wolf portrait
Several jigs

And probably quite a few more bits and pieces I can't remember. My New Year's Resolution for 2006 will be to increase my productivity.

Gill
 

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You people make me sick. What the heck's going to happen if TPTB get hold of this thread? I'll be doomed...

Spokeshaves x2
Spokeshave handles
Plane tote
Chisel handle
Underbench storage
Scrollsawn Spitfire
Shooting boards x2
Bench-on-bench
Cherry side tables x2
Frame & Panel DVD/CD storage
Oak planter - WIP
Jarviser-esque glue pot
14 posted reviews/opinions :shock:
xx private reviews/opinions

Learnt:
De-rusting with citric acid
Sharpening with diamond paste
Drilling and tapping holes in otherwise perfectly good ductile steel planes without going grey...
Flattening the workbench is hard work in the heat of summer
Boring a hole for a holdfast doesn't mean you've ruined your workbench

Wasted precious workshop time:
Reorganising - again
Stuffing the stock of an adjustable square
Wondering where the pencil's gone

Too much workshop stuff. :oops:

Cheers, Alf
 

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Wish it was pipper all for me , i want to get my boat out the water and do the stuff you dont wanna do in the summer :roll:
Finish the other 4 oak doors im making for the ferry thing
Computer desk for a disabled lady
5 sets of wardrobes that customers have waited 6 months for
Workshop ... take down the school lockers and replace them with oak shelves cause i have it left over :D
Get rid of the school lockers :lol:
Anyone want some old school lockers ?
 

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I actually thought I hadn't done that much this year, then looked back at my workbook:

Hifi cabinet and Bookcase https://www.ukworkshop.co.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?p=41413#41413

Oak and walnut tablehttps://www.ukworkshop.co.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?p=42996#42996

Tapered leg tables in ash and oak


Ash box https://www.ukworkshop.co.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?p=62107#62107

Pine bedroom cabinets with fold down desk and bookcase

Kitchen extension with waney edged ash worktops

Staircase

Oak outdoor tables and benches

Maple and Granite island https://www.ukworkshop.co.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?p=86142#86142

Oak wardrobes https://www.ukworkshop.co.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?p=86137#86137


If anyone is interested I can post pics of those that aren't already on the forum.

Have a great Christmas everyone.

Cheers

Tim :ho2
 

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tim":3l2qjzp6 said:
If anyone is interested I can post pics of those that aren't already on the forum.
What an odd statement, shouldn't that be 'I will be posting pictures as I know lots of you will be interested' well this member is as you work is always worth a look. 8)
 

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Pine and Sapele side table.
Workbench.
Picture frames.
Sign.
Jigs and things.
Full set of kitchen doors (scraped in the end ..... arrrrggghhhhhh)
Box for Abigails engagement ring (awwwwwww)
Ash and Zebrano coffe table WIP.

Merry christmas everyone.

Matt.
 

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