Browsing All Posts filed under »Woodwork«

Dutch Tool Chest

August 25, 2014

9

A project where I've learned stuff, made some great connections and made the most efficient tool chest I have ever seen.

Woodworking at the Extremes

June 29, 2014

4

Two projects that left the workshop in the last week from extreme ends of my woodworking spectrum: A whisky stand and some cabinets.

The Two Day Tool Chest

March 22, 2014

4

A video of Ed's new tool chest.

The Case for Books

March 8, 2014

10

If you like books you need a bookcase, so I made one.

Open Tote Toolbox

December 15, 2013

2

…sorry, what? I'm giving this toolbox away as a Secret Santa gift? Well that really doesn't sound like the sort of thing I'd agree to, but OK let's go with it.

A Spare Room With A View

November 3, 2013

24

Our renovated spare room with a view.

Utility: The Sequel

October 12, 2013

7

The utility room is only the freaking hub of the Sutton universe, where all activities, humans, animals, deliveries and general comings and goings seem to focus. Who knew?

Plank – Mark II

June 17, 2013

9

The one where I ramble on about children, food...and planks.

Write here, right now

March 30, 2013

8

I am a ditherer. That might seem surprising for someone who appears to get a lot done, but I endlessly analyse decisions about the smallest details of a project. Sometimes the things I spend hours considering aren’t even visible in the finished piece. I make sketches, produce 3D CAD models, discuss things with friends, build […]

Doing a plank

March 18, 2013

26

"An antipasti plank you say? I've got a big piece of oak. How big do you want it?"

Shelf Fulfilling Prophecy

February 24, 2013

43

He makes them. I fill them. Pantry Shelves.

2013 Calendar

January 1, 2013

5

A Calendar for woodworkers with cool pictures of tools and stuff...what more could you need?

Gift Box

September 13, 2012

2

I decided to make use of my new spindle moulder on this box for a friends upcoming wedding gift. The box sides are joined with hand cut dovetails, which people seem to like and should create something that will last for generations.