My first big project! Never owned a coffee table before and figured I’d make one instead of buy one.
/r/woodworkingFirst dovetails, hand tools only
/r/woodworkingIm 14 and made this cribbage board for my grandfather. I spent ages doing finishing work on the wood and live edge so it’d be protected. After all that I used 800 grit on top. Feel free to ask question I’ll do my best to answer them
/r/woodworkingMy first ever woodworking project! Countless hours of YouTube videos and fixing mistakes but learned so much its incredible!
/r/woodworkingBuilt an outdoor shower at lake. Good idea?
/r/woodworkingPerhaps my greatest work. Guinea pigs for scale
/r/woodworkingHey everyone, first post here. I mostly make cutting boards and I wanted to share some of my work.
/r/woodworkingI once heard on this subreddit that using walnut is basically cheating because no matter what you do- it always looks good. Bath caddy made of walnut for my wife
/r/woodworkingMade my first workbench today with a spot for my table saw. What do you guys think?
/r/woodworkingVlad the builder: Project #8 Chicken Coop and Brooder. a.k.a. Meet Vlad.
/r/woodworkingChest of drawers, spray finish and oak.
/r/woodworkingTable. That is all.
/r/woodworkingA few weeks ago my workshop was a sheet of plywood on my deck, battling the Florida sun and rainstorms. I know it's not as fancy as some of yours, but it's mine
/r/woodworkingAfter procrastinating for a year, finally built a cedar sun lounger.
/r/woodworkingCedar chairs I milled with a chainsaw. Built for a housewarming gift.
/r/woodworkingI'd love to know how fast the ostrich was running when it hit the tree
/r/woodworkingMy first woodworking project, a hinged raised bed. I'd appreciate any criticisms anyone may have before I make any more!
/r/woodworkingFirst ever project after getting a miter saw for Father's day. It's a 6x7 trellis for our grape vine. Slate stained and redwood stained. Learned a lot!
/r/woodworkingI rented a Phantom v2640 HD Slow Motion Camera and set of 9 brake cartridges on a Sawstop to test how safe their tech really is. Unreal footage in High Def 19,000 fps that I think r/woodworking will enjoy.
/r/woodworkingArt Nouveau door installed, approximately 300 hours of work
/r/woodworkingQuite pleased with my lockdown project.
/r/woodworkingLittle toy chef's knife so our daughter stops trying to steal the real one.
/r/woodworkingHard maple butcher block countertop for my buddies kitchen.
/r/woodworkingChanging a random box into a succulent planter transforms "sloppy dovetails" into "well-designed drainage holes."
/r/woodworkingTwo-fer: I made a disc sander out of my lathe. Such a good use of space, time, and a quarter-sheet of plywood!
/r/woodworkingI made a little weight rack for our exercise room. It was a fun afternoon project.
/r/woodworkingGetting Married next month! This is what my Groomsmen will get on the big day!