SHOTS #901 - 960
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960. GRACEFUL LEGS (Ken Culley) 5/12/13 Queen Anne curves hold a special appeal for this woodworker.
959. MOBILE SAW CABINET (Ken Gartin) 12/28/12 Flip-down legs allow mobility or stability when needed.
958. ROCKING DONATION (Bernie Simmons) 12/27/12 This hobbyist woodworker is helping others through his work.
957. DREAM SHOP IN THE WORKS (Brent Nichols) 6/18/12 A photo essay.
956. WALL MOUNTED GUN RACK (Doug Ridley) 6/18/12 A temporary home for firearms and ammo.
955. COCOBOLO BEAUTIES (Brad Sears) 5/14/12 Turning out artful and useful work.
954. COMFORTABLE SEATING (John McAlevey) 4/30/12 This master woodworker continues to learn and enhance skills.
953. DOWNWARD MOVEMENT (Paul Blackwell) 4/30/12 Moving and fitting into a downsized work space took some planning.
952. MAGNETIC ATTRACTION (Earl Sheppard) 4/30/12 It's crafted from 520-year-old curly maple.
951. TABLING DUST (Roger Lance) 4/30/12 A good idea for minimizing dust in the workshop.
950. POSH PLACE FOR PORT (Steven Odut) 11/27/11 Construction is put on hold several times before final completion.
949. WEDDING BOX (Jerry Syfert) 7/31/11 Undulating laminations atop beautiful burl veneer is an invitation for the eye.
948. COCOBOLO VASE (Aurčle Delaurier) 7/31/11 The all-wood flower tops off the beauty below.
947. VERSITILE STORAGE (Robert Clough) 7/31/11 This hall seat's usage will grow with its user.
946. WHALE OF A TALE (Aurčle Delaurier) 7/31/11 This tail was a real fluke!
945. RORSCHACH FOR WOOD (Gary McGrath) 6/28/11 Bookmatching reveals some interesting animal outlines.
944. ROCKERS AND MORE (Bernie Simmons) 6/28/11 The demand for cradles along with several projects for the home make for a busy schedule.
943. BUDDY CART (Carol Reed) 6/28/11 The inspiration for organization began with a visit to my hairdresser.
942. AMBROSIA MAPLE CHEST (Sal Zaffuto) 6/28/11 Finally completed, this project began over five years ago.
941. ARTICULATED JOY (Lee Brubaker) 6/28/11 One of many more toys that will end up bringing joy this Christmas.
940. ULTIMATE WORKBENCH (Greg Brunk) 6/28/11 A heavy non-racking bench with plenty of tool storage and vices makes this my ultimate workbench.
939. A WOODWORKER'S SEND OFF (Mike Donaldson) 6/7/11 Dan Donaldson's sons fulfill their dad's last wishes.
938. GAME OF KINGS (George Dart) 1/15/11 Chess is ten times the fun with this family.
937. HAIRY PAWS (Ken Culley) 11/28/10 At 81 years of age, carving’s challenges still drives this man.
936. IN NEED OF UPGRADE (Scott Burr) 11/21/10 Greene and Greene inspired this new home for electronics.
935. RED OAK SIDEBOARD (John Pappas) 11/21/10 Attention to grain orientation makes this a beauty.
934. CORING WITH BILL (Ellis Walentine) 10/6/10 Bill Grumbine shows how he cores bowls on the lathe.
933. IWF 2010 RECAP (Ellis Walentine) 10/6/10 Still the top show in the US.
932. PIECES OF EIGHT (Fred Davis of NM) 9/6/10 Looks like a nice place to make a wish.
931. PHILLY LOWBOY (David Worrell) 9/6/10 This mahogany classic took shape at a two-week class.
930. CANON BALL FLOWERBED (Fred Davis of NM) 7/18/10 It's sort of a New Mexico thing.
929. BEVEL CUTTING (Richard Erickson) 7/18/10 Some call it segmented work with a Southwestern influence.
928. UNIQUE LAMINATIONS (Jerry Syfert) 7/18/10 Jazzing up an oak table and lazy susan adds another dimension.
927. WALNUT LECTERN (Paul Blackwell) 7/18/10 This is a fine tribute for an admired educator.
926. DANTESQUE CHAIR (Fred Davis) 7/18/10 Keeping an earlier promise, it's finally built.
925. CHERRY DISPLAY CASE (Douglas Recko) 4/18/10 The successful outcome was not obtained without challenge.
924. A REAL DUZZIE (Paul Blackwell) 4/18/10 This vintage Duisenberg was built almost entirely from scratch.
923. FANCY ROCKERS (Bernie Simmons) 4/18/10 Ornamental turnings and book-matching skills add a nice touch.
922. TUFFET FOR MS MUFFET (George Beardsley) 1/31/10 A nice project for some misfit lumber.
921. SISTER TABLES (Bryan Ayala) 1/8/10 These two shop-built workstations create much-needed workspace.
920. VANITY WITH A VIEW (Richard McComas) 1/8/10 This classic styled cherry vanity is sure to please.
919. RIDDLE ME THAT (Aurčle Delaurier) 1/8/10 Solve the new riddle to open the secret drawer.
918. FUNCTIONAL SPLENDOR (Joanne Adler) 1/8/10 Any musician would love this thoughtful gift.
917. GOT JIGS? (Mike Delfuoco) 1/8/10 Shop made jigs are the ticket for repetitive accuracy.
916. TRIPLICATE TREASURES (Mike Delfuoco) 11/15/09 These desks are built to last.
915. TIMELY SLANT (Harold Washburn) 11/15/09 The perfect workspace for a pair of growing boys.
914. SUITE CHERRY (George Dart) 11/8/09 This masterful work took almost two years.
913. MOVE OVER MULTI-ROUTER (Roland Folse) 7/20/09 This shop-built mortising machine offers affordable accuracy.
912. TIMBER FRAME TABLE (Jan Derr) 7/20/09 It's the joinery that holds this beauty together.
911. FRESH START (Rod Rentz) 7/20/09 Heart pine cabinetry sets off this remodeled kitchen.
910. MAHOGANY MONSTER (David Frame Jr.) 7/20/09 The Nakashima influence is evident in this beautiful table.
909. A BREATH OF FRESH AIR (Chuck Lenz) 5/17/09 Here's a portable air filtration unit you can build at home.
908. ROCKING ROCKY (Ken Culley) 4/13/09 The arrival of our first grandchild inspired this project.
907. START AND STAY SQUARE (Paul Andrus) 4/13/09 No matter the craft, one rule remains the same.
906. STARTING OVER (Harold Washburn) 4/5/09 This woodworker found it necessary to take his skills in a new direction.
905. HARD, HEAVY, AND HANDY (Dave Haynes) 4/5/09 Building your own workbench should encompass your needs.
904. MOLESWORTH-STYLE SIDEBOARD (David Richardson) 3/29/09 This cypress beauty brings a "Cowboy" flavor to the South.
903. SHAPING A CLASSIC (Ken Culley) 3/29/09 Lovely mahogany and graceful carving make this a winner.
902. PORRINGER CORNER TABLE (Greg Brunk) 3/29/09 The elegant but useful answer to a need for a small table.
901. ANY GRANDPA WOULD BE PROUD (Peter Huisman) 3/29/09 To salvage or not to salvage is the question.
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