October 26 – Today’s Featured Pieces – Daily Craftsman

Today we are going to look at some amazing pieces from our readers! These tables are amazing and we hope that you enjoy them. Each one of them caught our eye for one reason or another. 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!

I know this pales in comparison to what you post, but my 15 year old son and I crafted this pub table using all hand tools (mostly non-powered...ONLY because we don't have the good tools!  Lol) I am a pyrography artist so I added pyrography in the Norwegian inspired Rosemåling art design on the top. I matched the legs and supports color by torching them.  We are building bar stools now..but using non-powered hand saws to cut log slices will take a lot more time.  this is all made from scavenger hunting through nature and finding the fallen logs. No live trees were harmed in the making of this pub table.  lol

I know this pales in comparison to what you post, but my 15 year old son and I crafted this pub table using all hand tools (mostly non-powered…ONLY because we don’t have the good tools! Lol)
I am a pyrography artist so I added pyrography in the Norwegian inspired Rosemåling art design on the top. I matched the legs and supports color by torching them.
We are building bar stools now..but using non-powered hand saws to cut log slices will take a lot more time. this is all made from scavenger hunting through nature and finding the fallen logs. No live trees were harmed in the making of this pub table. lol

i am fairly new to this line of work but here is one of the first items i have made. Any feedback would be great

i am fairly new to this line of work but here is one of the first items i have made. Any feedback would be great

A couple of rustic end tables I made for the love of my life, my wife. The  tops are oak sides pine and legs are hemlock all rough cut left overs from building a cabin.

A couple of rustic end tables I made for the love of my life, my wife. The tops are oak sides pine and legs are hemlock all rough cut left overs from building a cabin.

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