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ACORNS AWAY! (Dave Glackin)  6/30/04
This budding young woodworker shares a catapulting interest.

DOWNDRAFT SANDING BENCH (Garry Smith)  6/28/04
A great way to clear the air during sanding.

AFRICAN MAHOGANY BENCH (Jason Young)  6/28/04
This first commissioned work was a custom design.

COMPOUND MITER SAW STATION (Jason Young)  6/28/04
Features folding extensions, saw height adjustment, and plenty of storage.

BLACK WALNUT TALL CLOCK (Mark Beckert)  6/28/04
Inspiration from the Shaker style.

A LABOR OF LOVE (Art Liebeskind)  6/14/04
Perfect for a junior draftsman.

A SHOP WITH A VIEW (Garry Smith)  6/14/04
Carved interior window casings add a nice touch.

OVERARM BLADE GUARD (Kim Randall)  6/7/04
Gordon Sampson's article provided the help and inspiration.

SPORTY CABINETRY (Brent Harral)  6/7/04
Sure to satisfy any sports fan or video game enthusiast.

DREAMS DO COME TRUE (Sam Rowles)  6/7/04
After 17 years this woodworker is making up for lost time.

WOVEN WOOD (Jerry Syfert)  6/7/04
An interesting technique yields dramatic results.

FOR THE BIRDS (Roman Mann)  6/7/04
A fun project any woodworker could tackle.

A FLAIR FOR THE SOUTHWEST (Richard Erickson)  6/2/04
Creating these segmented bowls required lots of planning.

JET BANDSAW UPGRADES (Dominic Greco)  5/24/04
A new 2-HP motor requires fabricating a new base.

SHAKER STYLE DINING TABLE (Dave Griessmann)  5/24/04
Featuring a tiger maple top and painted base.

SIX BOARD CHEST (Scott Perry)  5/18/04
After two previous tries, an injury, and many mistakes, it's finally done!

CHERRY TV ARMOIRE (Bryan Cowing)  5/17/04
It all starts with building a box.

SUCCESSFUL DESIGN (Thomas Skaggs)  5/17/04
Combining traditional elements with an artistic influence.

MAHOGANY CONSOLE TABLE (Jason Young)  5/17/04
Turning a breadboard end problem into a design opportunity.

A HOME FOR HAND TOOLS (Andy Sexson)  5/10/04
The inspiration came from seeing Ted Owen's tool cabinet.

MAHOGANY DINING TABLE (Steve Jenkins)  5/10/04
Function complements a beatiful design.

CREATIVE AUDIO CABINET (Dennis Hook)  5/3/04
This woodworker finds design freedom rewarding.

DESIGNING FOR A NEED (Terry Jennings)  5/3/04
With its sliding doors, this cabinet is beautiful and functional.

ON ANOTHER LEVEL (Sam Meeker)  5/3/04
A desire for advancement yields beautiful results.

BULLY TABLE (HC "Chico" Sakman)  4/26/04
Bookmatched figure reveals surprising results.

MILLING AROUND THE SHOP (Alan Young)  4/26/04
Having a Bridgewood Mill makes these jobs easier.

BENEFIT BOX (Ned Bulken)  4/26/04
Made to donate to a worth cause.

AUXILIARY DRILL PRESS TABLE (Ned Bulken)  4/26/04
An effective shop-built fixture.

A CRADLE WITH HEART (John Britz)  4/26/04
Accents of purpleheart provide contrast.

DEER CROSSING (Doug and Mary Ridley)  4/19/04
Who let these whitetails loose in the house?

LITURGICAL ELEMENTS (Alan Young)  4/19/04
Inspired by a shepherd's staff and Gothic arch.

SHARE THE EXPERIENCE (Paul Mosteller)  4/19/04
Woodworking with children can be rewarding.

JUST A SIMPLE SHELF (Jason Falejczyk)  4/19/04
A case of one thing leading to another.

MAPLE KITCHEN TABLE (Jason Falejczyk)  4/19/04
A welcome replacement for that folding table!

COMPOUND STAVE SEGMENTED BOWL (Ray Lanham)  4/19/04
Fiddleback maple and zebrawood figure highly in this design.

ROUTER WORK STATION (Jason Young)  4/19/04
Customizing an already popular design.

NO POWER MITER NEEDED (Steve Wargo)  4/13/04
Hand-cut moldings are the norm for this cabinetmaker.

CHERRY AND QUILTED MAPLE CABINET (Chico Sakman)  4/12/04
Beautiful woods and subtle details provide a visual treat.

JEFFERSONIAN BOOKCASE (Ed Zieverink)  4/12/04
Architectural details abound in this mahogany bookcase.

WALNUT CRADLE (Jim Reed)  4/12/04
Hand planes play a major role in construction.

LEARN BY DOING (Jan Derr)  4/7/04
Sometimes experience is the best teacher.

KEEPING IT LEVEL (Floyd Knapp)  4/5/04
This drill press fixture insures a square table.

FEDERAL STYLE SIDEBOARD (Dave Hastings)  4/5/04
The importance of planning the order of work.

UNTIL THE COWS COME HOME (Scott Lalonde)  4/5/04
A workshop tour in a converted cow barn.

PROJECTS GALORE (Mike Shelley)  4/5/04
This woodworker's been busy making sawdust!

BUILDING A MASTER'S PIECE (Robert Miller)  4/5/04
Inspired by the bench that Frank built.

SHOP-BUILT HEIGHT GAGE (Gregory St. Laurent)  4/5/04
An accurate and effective set-up tool.

FOUR-SPIRAL LAMP (Daniel Morton)  4/5/04
How'd he do that?

QUEEN ANNE-STYLE HIGHBOY (Chris Knob)  4/5/04
Always measure twice, cut once, and count twice!

SPLENDID SCULPTING (Roger Cook)  4/5/04
A glimpse at one woodworker's carving methods.

CLASSIC WALL-HUNG TOOLBOX (Moses Yoder)  3/29/04
Fold-out panels provide extra organization for tools.

PINE DINING TABLE (Stephen Yale)  3/29/04
Truing your rough-sawn lumber makes the difference.

WALL MOUNTED TOOL CHEST (Jason Young)  3/29/04
No plan, no problem - just wing it!

BUILDING AN INFILL PLANE (Brian Gray)  3/29/04
A Conover Workshop class erases the doubt for this woodworker.

WORKSHOP TOUR (Christian Aufreiter)  3/15/04
Organization is the key for this woodworker.

A CLASSIC TABLE (Dave Griessmann)  3/15/04
The look grows on you with time.

CUSTOM JEWELRY BOXES (Doug Reynolds)  3/11/04
Beautiful woods create an elegant look.

FIT FOR A KING (Roman Mann)  3/10/04
Imagine cutting over two hundred mitered joints!

SCROLLING FAMILIAR WORDS (Rob and Lavita Overton)  3/8/04
Longtime partners in life enjoy woodworking together.

A LEGACY FOR THE FUTURE (Richard King)  3/5/04
Building a tradition from an old oak.

SNAZZY BENCHTOP (Eric Eutsler)  3/5/04
Spalted maple and hickory create visual interest.

BLOODWOOD JEWELRY CASE (Mark Blumer)  3/1/04
Building small casework can be technically challenging.

A PRESSING SOLUTION (Roman Mann)  3/1/04
Veneering large radial surfaces can be difficult.

CHARMING CHERRY QUILT RACK (Jim Doughty)  2/23/04
Finished in just over 14 years!

WORKSHOP EFFICIENCY (Larry Verhoff)  2/23/04
A pair of workshop solutions for those who like to tinker.

VALENTINE GIFT FOR A QUEEN (Walt Segl)  2/17/04
A mahogany lingerie chest-on-chest in the 18th-Centruy style.

A BOX OF EXOTIC WOODS (Rickey LoDico)  2/16/04
This woodworker tries his hand at boxmaking.

OAK HUMIDOR CABINET (David Richardson)  2/16/04
New life for an old glass panel.

MARQUETRY AND THE PEDISTAL TABLE (Brian Gray)  2/16/04
A one week class takes his work to another dimension.

OLD WORLD CARVING (Doug and Mary Ridley)  2/16/04
Masterful carving technique revealed!

IT'S HAMMER TIME (Aurele Delaurier)  2/9/04
So, put a little pepper into it!

PAINT YOUR WAGON (Jim Kyle)  2/2/04
Building wagon wheels at Millbrook Village.

CHERRY PIE SAFE (Scott Perry)  1/26/04
Figured cherry and punched tin panels add to its beauty.

BASEMENT ENTERTAINMENT CENTER (Jim Shaver)  1/23/04
Maple and cherry accent this original design.

RAISING THE BAR (Jim Toews)  1/23/04
A special gift for a special graduate.

A CHEST TO CHERISH (Michelle Stone)  1/22/04
This mother's gift is a work of love.

VENEERED ELEGANCE (Craig Thibodeau)  1/21/04
Exotic wood veneers bring this design to life.

THE TABLE WOODCENTRAL BUILT (Mike Keating)  1/20/04
With a little help from my friends.

D-I-Y SHOP AIR CLEANER (Mike Delfuoco)  1/19/04
An inexpensive and efficient way to filter shop air.

EXOTIC VENEERED BOXES (Art Liebeskind)  1/19/04
Multiple miters and solid edging work real slick.

WALNUT BLANKET CHEST (Mike Kelly)  1/5/04
This one's for his wife.

FORGED STEEL (Aurele Delaurier)  1/5/04
For those really big jobs!

STRESS RELIEF (Mike Hughes)  1/5/04
This woodworker finds therapeutic value in staying busy!

TURNING QUINA-QUINA (Eduardo Sarmiento Hall)  1/5/04
This native hardwood boasts medicinal benefits.

JOHN GAINES III SIDE CHAIR (Gerald Mayberry)  1/5/04
Featuring carved surfaces and a rush seat.

CHEST WITH CLASS (Dave Griessmann)  1/5/04
Building a Chippendale Chest in three days!

CHIPPENDALE CHEST ON FRAME (Greg Brunk)  12/22/03
Carved elements compliment the elegant casework.

AN ASSORTMENT OF RECENT WORKS (Paul Blackwell)  12/22/03
Diversity is the key for this woodworker.

KRENOV INSPIRED JEWELRY BOX (Stephen Stokes)  12/22/03
A challenging project with many firsts.

A CLASSIC SIX BOARD CHEST (Jim Kyle)  12/22/03
Includes a hidden drawer that locks!

SANTA'S HELPERS (Gerry Wittenberg)  12/9/03
The Fraser Valley Woodworkers Guild help make a difference.

IMPORTANT COMMISSION (Brent Harral)  12/9/03
A beautiful table that's sure to please his customer!

THE REST OF THE STORY (Mark Stone)  12/9/03
This roll top desk project provided many lessons for the future.

I "SAW" SANTA (Bob and Sonja Lemon)  12/8/03
The spirit of the season lives with the Sacramento Area Woodworkers.

FINE WOODEN GIFTS (Art Liebeskind)  12/8/03
The wood provides the main design feature in these exotic jewelry boxes.

KITCHEN COVER-UP (Kenneth Church)  12/8/03
A nice solution for stashing trash out of sight.

CHANGE OF PLANS (Mike Larvia)  12/2/03
A grandson's request is first priority.

TURNING AT MILLBROOK VILLAGE (Jim Kyle)  12/2/03
This great wheel lathe features hard maple and ash.

HALL OF FAME? (Jason Tuinstra)  12/2/03
This beauty is now enshrined in a special place!

FIVE EASY PIECES (Jason Tuinstra)  12/2/03
A solid cherry bedroom set still in the making.







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