January 19 – Today’s Featured Pieces – Daily Craftsman

Today we are going to look at some amazing pieces from our readers! Each one of them caught our eye for being very unique. These pieces are either first builds of their kind or just a weekend project that blossomed into an amazing piece. Hopefully you enjoy them as much as we do.

At Daily Craftsman we like to see every project that you have brought to life with your hands! Each image is user uploaded from shops all across the world! If you'd like to see if your work has what it takes to make it into the featured pieces, all you have to do is upload a photo of your work to our site!

From Jerry Van Dyke: Here's a cookbook holder I made for my oldest daughter. 37 pieces of cherry, mesquite, and birch glued together to make two solid pieces and then the insides cut out. Those two pieces are hinged together and the support arm is attached via a hinge. Finished with a semi-gloss clear coat.

From Jerry Van Dyke: Here's a cookbook holder I made for my oldest daughter. 37 pieces of cherry, mesquite, and birch glued together to make two solid pieces and then the insides cut out. Those two pieces are hinged together and the support arm is attached via a hinge. Finished with a semi-gloss clear coat.

From Jay DeLong: Custom credenza and hutch. Hand distressed with shopmade stain on repurposed floor joists. Nicknamed Jabba the Hutch

From Jay DeLong: Custom credenza and hutch. Hand distressed with shopmade stain on repurposed floor joists. Nicknamed “Jabba the Hutch”

From Rob Monk: Coffee Table crafted from salvaged barn wood using traditional joinery and finished in danish oil. This piece was originally a gift for my mother in-law but sold at trade show.

From Rob Monk: Coffee Table crafted from salvaged barn wood using traditional joinery and finished in danish oil. This piece was originally a gift for my mother in-law but sold at trade show.

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