SHOTS #501 - #600
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(Dave Glackin) 6/30/04 ACORNS AWAY! This budding young woodworker shares a catapulting interest.
(Garry Smith) 6/28/04 DOWNDRAFT SANDING BENCH A great way to clear the air during sanding.
(Jason Young) 6/28/04 AFRICAN MAHOGANY BENCH This first commissioned work was a custom design.
(Jason Young) 6/28/04 COMPOUND MITER SAW STATION Features folding extensions, saw height adjustment, and plenty of storage.
(Mark Beckert) 6/28/04 BLACK WALNUT TALL CLOCK Inspiration from the Shaker style.
(Art Liebeskind) 6/14/04 A LABOR OF LOVE Perfect for a junior draftsman.
(Garry Smith) 6/14/04 A SHOP WITH A VIEW Carved interior window casings add a nice touch.
(Kim Randall) 6/7/04 OVERARM BLADE GUARD Gordon Sampson's article provided the help and inspiration.
(Brent Harral) 6/7/04 SPORTY CABINETRY Sure to satisfy any sports fan or video game enthusiast.
(Sam Rowles) 6/7/04 DREAMS DO COME TRUE After 17 years this woodworker is making up for lost time.
(Jerry Syfert) 6/7/04 WOVEN WOOD An interesting technique yields dramatic results.
(Roman Mann) 6/7/04 FOR THE BIRDS A fun project any woodworker could tackle.
(Richard Erickson) 6/2/04 A FLAIR FOR THE SOUTHWEST Creating these segmented bowls required lots of planning.
(Dominic Greco) 5/24/04 JET BANDSAW UPGRADES A new 2-HP motor requires fabricating a new base.
(Dave Griessmann) 5/24/04 SHAKER STYLE DINING TABLE Featuring a tiger maple top and painted base.
(Scott Perry) 5/18/04 SIX BOARD CHEST After two previous tries, an injury, and many mistakes, it's finally done!
(Bryan Cowing) 5/17/04 CHERRY TV ARMOIRE It all starts with building a box.
(Thomas Skaggs) 5/17/04 SUCCESSFUL DESIGN Combining traditional elements with an artistic influence.
(Jason Young) 5/17/04 MAHOGANY CONSOLE TABLE Turning a breadboard end problem into a design opportunity.
(Andy Sexson) 5/10/04 A HOME FOR HAND TOOLS The inspiration came from seeing Ted Owen's tool cabinet.
(Steve Jenkins) 5/10/04 MAHOGANY DINING TABLE Function complements a beatiful design.
(Dennis Hook) 5/3/04 CREATIVE AUDIO CABINET This woodworker finds design freedom rewarding.
(Terry Jennings) 5/3/04 DESIGNING FOR A NEED With its sliding doors, this cabinet is beautiful and functional.
(Sam Meeker) 5/3/04 ON ANOTHER LEVEL A desire for advancement yields beautiful results.
(HC "Chico" Sakman) 4/26/04 BULLY TABLE Bookmatched figure reveals surprising results.
(Alan Young) 4/26/04 MILLING AROUND THE SHOP Having a Bridgewood Mill makes these jobs easier.
(Ned Bulken) 4/26/04 BENEFIT BOX Made to donate to a worth cause.
(Ned Bulken) 4/26/04 AUXILIARY DRILL PRESS TABLE An effective shop-built fixture.
(John Britz) 4/26/04 A CRADLE WITH HEART Accents of purpleheart provide contrast.
(Doug and Mary Ridley) 4/19/04 DEER CROSSING Who let these whitetails loose in the house?
(Alan Young) 4/19/04 LITURGICAL ELEMENTS Inspired by a shepherd's staff and Gothic arch.
(Paul Mosteller) 4/19/04 SHARE THE EXPERIENCE Woodworking with children can be rewarding.
(Jason Falejczyk) 4/19/04 JUST A SIMPLE SHELF A case of one thing leading to another.
(Jason Falejczyk) 4/19/04 MAPLE KITCHEN TABLE A welcome replacement for that folding table!
(Ray Lanham) 4/19/04 COMPOUND STAVE SEGMENTED BOWL Fiddleback maple and zebrawood figure highly in this design.
(Jason Young) 4/19/04 ROUTER WORK STATION Customizing an already popular design.
(Steve Wargo) 4/13/04 NO POWER MITER NEEDED Hand-cut moldings are the norm for this cabinetmaker.
(Chico Sakman) 4/12/04 CHERRY AND QUILTED MAPLE CABINET Beautiful woods and subtle details provide a visual treat.
(Ed Zieverink) 4/12/04 JEFFERSONIAN BOOKCASE Architectural details abound in this mahogany bookcase.
(Jim Reed) 4/12/04 WALNUT CRADLE Hand planes play a major role in construction.
(Jan Derr) 4/7/04 LEARN BY DOING Sometimes experience is the best teacher.
(Floyd Knapp) 4/5/04 KEEPING IT LEVEL This drill press fixture insures a square table.
(Dave Hastings) 4/5/04 FEDERAL STYLE SIDEBOARD The importance of planning the order of work.
(Scott Lalonde) 4/5/04 UNTIL THE COWS COME HOME A workshop tour in a converted cow barn.
(Mike Shelley) 4/5/04 PROJECTS GALORE This woodworker's been busy making sawdust!
(Robert Miller) 4/5/04 BUILDING A MASTER'S PIECE Inspired by the bench that Frank built.
(Gregory St. Laurent) 4/5/04 SHOP-BUILT HEIGHT GAGE An accurate and effective set-up tool.
(Daniel Morton) 4/5/04 FOUR-SPIRAL LAMP How'd he do that?
(Chris Knob) 4/5/04 QUEEN ANNE-STYLE HIGHBOY Always measure twice, cut once, and count twice!
(Roger Cook) 4/5/04 SPLENDID SCULPTING A glimpse at one woodworker's carving methods.
(Moses Yoder) 3/29/04 CLASSIC WALL-HUNG TOOLBOX Fold-out panels provide extra organization for tools.
(Stephen Yale) 3/29/04 PINE DINING TABLE Truing your rough-sawn lumber makes the difference.
(Jason Young) 3/29/04 WALL MOUNTED TOOL CHEST No plan, no problem - just wing it!
(Brian Gray) 3/29/04 BUILDING AN INFILL PLANE A Conover Workshop class erases the doubt for this woodworker.
(Christian Aufreiter) 3/15/04 WORKSHOP TOUR Organization is the key for this woodworker.
(Dave Griessmann) 3/15/04 A CLASSIC TABLE The look grows on you with time.
(Doug Reynolds) 3/11/04 CUSTOM JEWELRY BOXES Beautiful woods create an elegant look.
(Roman Mann) 3/10/04 FIT FOR A KING Imagine cutting over two hundred mitered joints!
(Rob and Lavita Overton) 3/8/04 SCROLLING FAMILIAR WORDS Longtime partners in life enjoy woodworking together.
(Richard King) 3/5/04 A LEGACY FOR THE FUTURE Building a tradition from an old oak.
(Eric Eutsler) 3/5/04 SNAZZY BENCHTOP Spalted maple and hickory create visual interest.
(Mark Blumer) 3/1/04 BLOODWOOD JEWELRY CASE Building small casework can be technically challenging.
(Roman Mann) 3/1/04 A PRESSING SOLUTION Veneering large radial surfaces can be difficult.
(Jim Doughty) 2/23/04 CHARMING CHERRY QUILT RACK Finished in just over 14 years!
(Larry Verhoff) 2/23/04 WORKSHOP EFFICIENCY A pair of workshop solutions for those who like to tinker.
(Walt Segl) 2/17/04 VALENTINE GIFT FOR A QUEEN A mahogany lingerie chest-on-chest in the 18th-Centruy style.
(Rickey LoDico) 2/16/04 A BOX OF EXOTIC WOODS This woodworker tries his hand at boxmaking.
(David Richardson) 2/16/04 OAK HUMIDOR CABINET New life for an old glass panel.
(Brian Gray) 2/16/04 MARQUETRY AND THE PEDISTAL TABLE A one week class takes his work to another dimension.
(Doug and Mary Ridley) 2/16/04 OLD WORLD CARVING Masterful carving technique revealed!
(Aurele Delaurier) 2/9/04 IT'S HAMMER TIME So, put a little pepper into it!
(Jim Kyle) 2/2/04 PAINT YOUR WAGON Building wagon wheels at Millbrook Village.
(Scott Perry) 1/26/04 CHERRY PIE SAFE Figured cherry and punched tin panels add to its beauty.
(Jim Shaver) 1/23/04 BASEMENT ENTERTAINMENT CENTER Maple and cherry accent this original design.
(Jim Toews) 1/23/04 RAISING THE BAR A special gift for a special graduate.
(Michelle Stone) 1/22/04 A CHEST TO CHERISH This mother's gift is a work of love.
(Craig Thibodeau) 1/21/04 VENEERED ELEGANCE Exotic wood veneers bring this design to life.
(Mike Keating) 1/20/04 THE TABLE WOODCENTRAL BUILT With a little help from my friends.
(Mike Delfuoco) 1/19/04 D-I-Y SHOP AIR CLEANER An inexpensive and efficient way to filter shop air.
(Art Liebeskind) 1/19/04 EXOTIC VENEERED BOXES Multiple miters and solid edging work real slick.
(Mike Kelly) 1/5/04 WALNUT BLANKET CHEST This one's for his wife.
(Aurele Delaurier) 1/5/04 FORGED STEEL For those really big jobs!
(Mike Hughes) 1/5/04 STRESS RELIEF This woodworker finds therapeutic value in staying busy!
(Eduardo Sarmiento Hall) 1/5/04 TURNING QUINA-QUINA This native hardwood boasts medicinal benefits.
(Gerald Mayberry) 1/5/04 JOHN GAINES III SIDE CHAIR Featuring carved surfaces and a rush seat.
(Dave Griessmann) 1/5/04 CHEST WITH CLASS Building a Chippendale Chest in three days!
(Greg Brunk) 12/22/03 CHIPPENDALE CHEST ON FRAME Carved elements compliment the elegant casework.
(Paul Blackwell) 12/22/03 AN ASSORTMENT OF RECENT WORKS Diversity is the key for this woodworker.
(Stephen Stokes) 12/22/03 KRENOV INSPIRED JEWELRY BOX A challenging project with many firsts.
(Jim Kyle) 12/22/03 A CLASSIC SIX BOARD CHEST Includes a hidden drawer that locks!
(Gerry Wittenberg) 12/9/03 SANTA'S HELPERS The Fraser Valley Woodworkers Guild help make a difference.
(Brent Harral) 12/9/03 IMPORTANT COMMISSION A beautiful table that's sure to please his customer!
(Mark Stone) 12/9/03 THE REST OF THE STORY This roll top desk project provided many lessons for the future.
(Bob and Sonja Lemon) 12/8/03 I "SAW" SANTA The spirit of the season lives with the Sacramento Area Woodworkers.
(Art Liebeskind) 12/8/03 FINE WOODEN GIFTS The wood provides the main design feature in these exotic jewelry boxes.
(Kenneth Church) 12/8/03 KITCHEN COVER-UP A nice solution for stashing trash out of sight.
(Mike Larvia) 12/2/03 CHANGE OF PLANS A grandson's request is first priority.
(Jim Kyle) 12/2/03 TURNING AT MILLBROOK VILLAGE This great wheel lathe features hard maple and ash.
(Jason Tuinstra) 12/2/03 HALL OF FAME? This beauty is now enshrined in a special place!
(Jason Tuinstra) 12/2/03 FIVE EASY PIECES A solid cherry bedroom set still in the making.
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