I’ve been working on learning to woodwork since 2021. Here’s some of my creations in more-or-less chronological order:
My friend wanted a very specific couch, so we made a simple frame, bought/scavenged some upholstery materials and sewed a cover.
Designs from https://theweekendwoodworker.com/. I would definitely recommend the courses on his site for introductory projects. They’re laid out in a great progressive style that doesn’t require a million different tools to complete projects. I ended up scaling this up quite a bit to cover a fire pit in my backyard when it’s not in use.
I need to dig up a finished project picture, but it’s currently outside with some bonsai trees on it. Designs from https://theweekendwoodworker.com/
My first real excuse to buy some hardwood from the fancy hardware place down the street! This was canary wood and white oak.
Washi Tape Boxes
These were a request from my girlfriend for something to store her washi tape in (basically like fancy decorative tapes). Good excuse to try out using a box joint jig for the first time.
Designs from https://theweekendwoodworker.com/
Designs (slightly) modified from: https://www.peacelovebonsai.com/post/how-to-build-a-bonsai-bench-step-by-step-instructions
Sanding Stuff Organizer
Design from https://theweekendwoodworker.com/. (It’s the one on the left here)