Tuesday, April 13, 2010

School Projects

Here are some projects I have made at the Seattle Central Community College Wood Construction Center.

My work space. Wall full of jigs!:

European-Style Frameless Cabinet, Cherry:

"Miter-Spline Box", Red Oak w/ Mahogany inlay:

Layout stick for File Cabinet (three photos of the same stick):

Unassembled File Cabinet:

Assembling File Cabinet:

Finished File Cabinet, Maple with Walnut accents:

Using the 12" Sliding tablesaw to cut tapers in legs:

Happily finishing my coffee table made of Red Oak:

Finished product:

Turning legs for the round table on the lathe:

Unfinished round table, Cherry:

Figured Cherry Veneer Top:

Finished Product:

"Telephone Table", Poplar with Walnut veneer top and shelf:

These two cabinets were made for B.O.L.D.(Boys Outdoor Leadership Development-a Seattle-area outdoor education organization for adolescent boys ) for gear storage. Commission from Andrew Jay, BOLD/YMCA Seattle:

Storage shelf unit for Jenni and I's gear room, Birch plywood with reused White Oak Edge Banding/Self Edges:

My Pizza Paddle! Made of reclaimed White Oak:


  1. Hey Pat - great work! Your furniture looks really nice. I think that Mr. Booher would be really impressed w/ your drafting skills too! Wait did you guys have Industrial Arts @ CJHS? Anyway - Looks Great!

  2. Hey Pat,

    Your work is awesome. I Really like the fine details and the mixing of various wood types. Dude, you make wood look good. LOL. Keep up the good work. - Rowann.