Build A Hall Table – NEW Video Series


Our latest video series is the build of a classic Hall Table

As you’ll expect, we build the whole piece with basic hand tools.

That’s apart from an optional approach that we cover at the prepping stage; this is the first time that I use my bandsaw.
(We cover the same bit of prepping with hand tools, in case you don’t have one).

Edit: The Series is now Running!

build a hall table video series

We’ll be adding more details of the Series over the coming weeks.

To get an overview have a watch of our intro video above.

Chapter One is now Live.

This is our biggest Series to date in terms of video content.

Price: £35.00 (approx. $46.00) for full lifetime access).

If you’re already a member, you can login to your account to add this Series. LOGIN HERE.

For more details on the Hall Table Series, CLICK HERE
(This page will be updated further over the coming weeks, so please check back for extra info).

Or you can go ahead and BUY NOW

(p.s sorry about those shorts… yep, he made them himself.)

Not familiar with our Videos? 

We make online courses that provide tuition on hand tool woodworking.
The detailed videos can be both streamed and downloaded.

As a professional hand tool woodworker, we aim to get you feeling inspired to build, and equipped with the knowledge to tackle projects entirely by hand.

View our full Collection of Video Series HERE
Or sign up to our Free Plane Build Mini Series HERE

13 Responses

  1. John


    This looks like a great follow project to the others. It appears that you’re making the carcass out of pine? Is that your primary choice of wood (seeing it used in the spoon rack and side table) or do you choose that for beginner projects for its ease of workability?

    Thanks! I love your videos!

  2. David

    This comes at a perfect time. I have been wanting to make a hall table for several years but never got around to it. I will now.

  3. Michael Ballinger

    I just ordered my workshop should be here in 6-8 weeks and I’m dying to get into some of your projects, this is one for the list!

  4. Len A

    Looking forward to this series.

    In the process of signing up as I just know this video series will be as good as the previous ones and better by your description.

    Can’t wait.

  5. Paul Becksmith

    Just wondering if there is a support group out there for people buying these videos on the basis that they are clearly addictive apart form being brilliant. I’ve got three and I haven’t made anything yet but, my God, my tools are sharp – after the sharpening one. The table looks a treat and once the workshop is fully up and running will be in production, and I’m just a beginner. Anyway it’s nice to get the Christmas viewing organised early so thanks to Richard and Helen.


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