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Gallery

Over the years, a lot of readers have sent us photos of projects they've built from Woodsmith. Plus, we've received hundreds more since I announced this gallery in the Sawdust column a couple of issues ago.

Of course, we couldn't include every photo. What you see here is a sampling of the craftsmanship and ingenuity of our readers. Some followed our plans closely; others adapted them quite a bit. We hope you enjoy seeing these completed projects as much as we have.

Oak Rocking Chair (Issue 84)

Tom Baker San Diego, California Editor's Note: Tom used black walnut to build his oak rocker.

Classic Workbench (Issue 50)

Donald Jacoby Arvada, Colorado

Oak Rocking Chair (Issue 84)

Tom Baker San Diego, California Editor's Note: Tom used black walnut to build his oak rocker.

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Regulator Clock (Issue 36)

Chris Hellmuth Middle Island, New York

Saw Cabinet (Issue 47)

David Kerski Eden Prairie, Minnesota "Thisphoto was taken in my library because my shop was too small."

Regulator Clock (Issue 36)

Chris Hellmuth Middle Island, New York

Armoire (Issue 67) Armoire (Issue 67)

Bill Evans Bob Schuchard

Rehoboth, Massachusetts Fort Collins, Colorado

Editor's Note: Most readers customize ourprojects to some extent. Bill Evan's cherry armoire looksjust like ours but has drawers inside. Bob Schuchard's pine armoire has a scalloped base and raised panels on the sides.

Pedestal Desk (Issue 79)

R. E. Corbett, Jr. Wilmington. North Carolina "This is the only piece of furniture in our house that both children have requested when I die."

Classic Roadster (Issue 51)

Frank Pino Edwardsville, Kansas

Classic Roadster (Issue 51)

Frank Pino Edwardsville, Kansas

Garden Bench (Issue 93)

Bill Kilpatrick

Enniskerry, County Wicklow, Ireland

Rocking Horse (Issue 65)

William Murray London, Ontario

Garden Bench (Issue 93)

Bill Kilpatrick

Enniskerry, County Wicklow, Ireland

Rocking Horse (Issue 65)

William Murray London, Ontario

WOOD S M I T H WOODWORKING PROJECTS

Tall Case Clock (Issue 70)

Steve Hart West Linn, Oregon

Curved-Front Table (Issue 77)

Mark Hoecker Charlotte, North Carolina

Heirloom Cradle

(Issue 48) Robert Kubiak Omro, Wisconsin

Heirloom Cradle

(Issue 48) Robert Kubiak Omro, Wisconsin

Curved-Front Table (Issue 77)

Mark Hoecker Charlotte, North Carolina

Oak Icebox (Issue 36)

Ron Anderson Atlanta, Georgia

"I'm brand new to woodworking. My wife complains about never seeing me anymore, but after seeing my first results, she has slacked off a little."

Country Coat Rack (Issue 86)

Bob White Muskegon, Michigan

Country Coat Rack (Issue 86)

Bob White Muskegon, Michigan

Country Hutch (Issue 96)

Bud Migues

Penn Valley, California

"Antiquing this hutch took seven different finishes."

Sewing Box (Issue 78)

James Stephens Ladson, South Carolina "I used old pine pallets for the wood to build this sewingbox."

Country Pie Safe (Issue 55)

John Zelenak

Toms River, New Jersey

Country Pie Safe (Issue 55)

John Zelenak

Toms River, New Jersey

Blanket Chest (Issue 32)

Jack Couch Pinson, Tennessee

Porch Swing-Glider (Issue 39)

James Galluzi Poughkeepsie, New York

Country Hutch (Issue 96)

Bud Migues

Penn Valley, California

"Antiquing this hutch took seven different finishes."

Ladder-Back Chairs (Issue 64)

Lloyd Arundale Ridge, New York

"The dining room chairs were the most challenging. I started with six and ended up with five."

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