SHOTS #601 - #700
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(Kent Fitzgerald) 3/21/05 DEPARTURE IN STYLE This jewelry chest features a more contemporary design.
(Bud Segl) 3/21/05 A LITTLE SLICE OF HEAVEN Carving a mahogany pie crust tea table.
(Mike Schwing) 3/21/05 IF I ONLY HAD A BRAIN Take a walk on woodworking's wild side!
(Chris Knob) 3/6/05 PENNSYLVANIA TALL CASE CLOCK Featuring some beautiful crotch mahogany.
(Larry Fuller) 3/6/05 BANDSAWN BEAUTY Borrowed design elements add interest.
(Chad Boehlke) 3/6/05 MAKING MOLDING PLANES Creating replacements to preserve the originals.
(Derek Cohen) 2/20/05 PERTH WORKSHOP With space a premium, organization is key.
(Robert Kehoe) 2/20/05 STARTING FROM SCRATCH The need for furniture fueled his start.
(Steph Traplin) 2/20/05 BUILDING TWIG FURNITURE The possibilities are endless.
(Richard Erickson) 2/20/05 SEGMENTED SEGMENTS A new platter with a Southwestern influence.
(Doug and Mary Ridley) 2/20/05 CARVED MANTLE A gift from the heart, crafted by hand.
(Stephen Yale) 2/13/05 RENEWING PAST BEAUTY Breathing new life into an old damaged chair.
(Jim Shaver) 2/13/05 SITTING PRETTY Morris chairs featuring wood that makes your eyes go "buggy".
(Jason Walcott) 2/13/05 BRASS SMOOTHING PLANE Featuring brass sides and a beech sole.
(Mike Hirsch) 2/7/05 CHERRY ENTERTAINMENT ARMOIRE Beautiful figure and nice craftsmanship combined.
(Alan Bierbaum) 1/30/05 ADAM'S CHALLENGE PROJECT One Hand Tool Forum participant's entry, a three-drawer chest.
(Norman Roy) 1/30/05 OPPORTUNITY FOR CHALLENGE Time to stop watching and start doing.
(Jan Derr) 1/27/05 LEARNING BY DOING REVISITED This time the challenge is six Shaker style chairs.
(Len LaForest) 1/27/05 SHOPSMITH FENCE UPGRADE An after market fence and a little extra hardware.
(Scott Amman) 1/24/05 85 POWER ROUTER RAISER Powered by an old automotive seat adjuster motor.
(Mike Keating) 1/24/05 CHERRY TALL HALL TREE Featuring joinery cut by hand.
(Steve Deterding) 1/24/05 BUSTLING BEFORE CHRISTMAS Hand crafted gifts that are sure to please.
(Roger Smith) 1/24/05 KITCHEN OVERHAUL Quartersawn sycamore blamed for a champange taste!
(Art Rollins) 1/24/05 FROM BIRDHOUSES TO WHIRLY GIGS This retiree is enjoying retirement in his small shop.
(Darrell LaRue) 1/17/05 TALE OF A WALNUT WINDSOR The anecdotal account of man versus wood.
(John Curran) 1/16/05 CAN'T HURRY LOVE A lovingly crafted doll cradle takes time!
(Mike Vermeil) 1/16/05 COOPERED LID TOYBOX A unique design made possible with a clever router jig.
(Mike Delfuoco) 1/16/05 DRILL PRESS DUST REDUCTION A shop-made addition for any drill press table.
(Tom Berninghausen) 1/6/05 DUST COLLECTOR PRE-SEPARATOR A cheap and lazy shop-built solution.
(Alan Young) 1/4/05 WALNUT WATCH CABINET Featuring several timely design elements.
(Lee Brubaker) 1/4/05 DIFFERENT AS NIGHT AND DAY A new scrollwork garden arbor.
(Ed Maroon) 1/4/05 KEEPSAKE COFFEE TABLE A home for achievements and memories.
(Scott Amman) 12/28/04 BANDSAWN CHERRY AND MAPLE JEWELRY BOX A thoughtful Christmas gift.
(Walt Grannen) 12/28/04 A ROCK'N NEW SHOP Organization and dust control provide efficiency.
(Keith Bohn) 12/28/04 AN ULTIMATE ROUTER TABLE Perfect for the Delta enthusiast.
(Dave Curl) 12/28/04 A SPARE FROM THE LANES Featuring a recycled bowling alley top.
(Luc Lalonde) 12/28/04 WALNUT AND SPALTED MAPLE BOXES A nice but inexpensive gift idea.
(Doug and Mary Ridley) 12/12/04 TWO SCHOOLS OF THOUGHT This gift sends a message!
(Jim Mckee) 12/12/04 TREECYCLING Making quality furniture and lumber products utilizing the entire tree.
(Jason Walcott) 12/12/04 JEWELRY CHEST A home for bobbles and beads.
(Ellis Walentine) 12/5/04 A VISIT TO WOODCRAFT SUPPLY A company with 75 years of service to woodworkers.
(John Moscone) 12/5/04 FUNCTIONAL ART Making Windsor chairs is a hobby for now.
(Jimmy Brown) 12/5/04 IT TOOK A BOOK And he was hooked!
(Bill Grunwald) 12/5/04 SLOWLY BUT SURELY The results were worth the wait!
(S. Renae Bolden) 12/5/04 "OF WIND AND FIRE" A little help from Divine intervention.
(David Charters) 12/5/04 A FIRST TIME FOR EVERYTHING This project provided many new challenges.
(John Moscone) 11/28/04 BENCH ADDICT Like routers, one can never have too many work benches!
(Earl Sheppard) 11/28/04 A CHEST WITH A SECRET An extraordinary craftsman fulfills a daughter's wish.
(David Richardson) 11/28/04 HOME ON THE RANGE A novel way of dispensing treats!
(Bruce Brown) 11/21/04 LATERAL GUN AND KNIFE CABINET Featuring a gun rack that rises from the back of the cabinet.
(Don Orr) 11/21/04 TOTALLY TURNING - 2004 The 2nd annual woodturning symposium of the Adirondack Woodturners.
(Craig Thibodeau) 11/15/04 MAPLE AND CHERRY DESKS Influenced by a Fine Woodworking article.
(Greg Brunk) 11/15/04 HEPPLEWHITE MIRROR A simplified gilding process is just one of the highlights of this reproduction.
(Mike Echterling) 11/15/04 CURVED-FRONT VANITY Great Stuff for waterproofing and stiffening a substrate.
(Daniel Carlson) 11/1/04 RED OAK SLEIGH CRIB A promising woodworker tackles his first crib.
(Ellis Walentine) 10/25/04 TEXAS BARBEQUE! Steve Jenkins hosts another major-league blast in Dallas.
(Jim Tolpin) 10/19/04 GYPSY WAGON This traditional "Vardo" has been re-designed to withstand the rigors of the road.
(Ellis Walentine) 10/19/04 A VISIT TO LEE VALLEY TOOLS A company built on innovation and customer service.
(Steve Basso) 10/18/04 CHAIR BURNOUT Always a challenge, making eight at once was overwhelming.
(Yair Feldmann) 10/11/04 ADJUSTABLE MORTISING JIG Modification of a Woodsmith plan.
(Fred Schock) 10/11/04 IMITATING THE MASTER A student of the Maloof style.
(Roman Mann) 10/11/04 RE-FACING KITCHEN CABINETS Special veneers are the key to this job.
(C.A. Rush) 10/11/04 A BETTER MOUSE TRAP Another box joint jig.
(Mike Echterling) 10/11/04 HORSIN' AROUND Building life-sized props for a haunted house.
(Dave Griessmann) 10/11/04 FEDERAL STYLE CARD TABLE Using the router for inlay work.
(Carole Valentine) 9/27/04 ADJUSTABLE BOX JOINT JIG Tips for building the featured jig from Shop Notes.
(Bryan Cowing) 9/27/04 CLEARING THE AIR A trip to the salvage yard yields a bonanza.
(Jim Shaver) 9/20/04 STANDING TALL A gift of love for the gift of music.
(Alan Young) 9/20/04 WINE AND SONG Creative custom made wooden accents and cabinet hardware take center stage.
(Mike Lindsay) 9/13/04 FOOTSTOOL TWOSOME A fine start to fullfilling a dream.
(Rick Sergi) 9/6/04 JUVENILE FURNISHINGS Tackling a pair of projects for children.
(Bob Huddleston) 9/6/04 TOUR BELOW DECK A basement workshop with room to grow.
(Ellis Walentine) 9/1/04 IWF 2004 STUDENT DESIGN COMPETITION A pictorial stroll through the student gallery at this year's IWF show.
(Ellis Walentine) 9/1/04 IWF 2004! A few highlights of the largest woodworking show in North America. [EDITOR'S NOTE: This page is huge (almost 550Kb), so it could take a while to download, depending on your connection speed.]
(Steve King) 8/23/04 OVERHAULIN' A tricked-out new bench space.
(Jim Shaver) 8/16/04 TRADITIONAL SHAKER STYLE WORKBENCH This amateur goalie will see plenty of bench time now!
8/15/04 TURNING 18 IN ORLANDO A brief retrospective of the 2004 AAW Symposium. 2004 AAW Instant Gallery Highlights
(Alan Young) 8/9/04 LIGHT OVER DARKNESS An established theme influenced this evolving design.
(Mike Keating) 8/9/04 MAHOGANY MANTLE CLOCK What a lovely anniversary gift!
(Gerald Caryl) 8/2/04 ARTISTIC PARTNERSHIP Their combined talents create unique custom work.
(Roger Mallory) 8/2/04 WALNUT HOPE CHEST A special project from special wood.
(David Sophusson) 8/2/04 DESK REBIRTH Repairing and refinishing gives new life to a ratty old desk.
(Stephen Yale) 8/2/04 TAMING MATERIALS COSTS One woodworker's solution for minimizing expenses.
(Steve King) 7/26/04 FIRST BANDSAWN BOX A fitting gift from Canarywood!
(Royce Kessler) 7/26/04 HICKORY WORKBENCH A sturdy bench featuring MDF tool tray inserts.
(Jim Kyle) 7/19/04 MILLBROOK VILLAGE SAWMILL A vintage sawmill gets a timber framed home.
(Paul DeWitt) 7/19/04 CRAFTSMAN STYLE DINING TABLE All that's missing are some chairs!
(Brian McKinney) 7/19/04 ADIRONDACK LOVESEATS A nice addition to the new patio.
(David Yoho) 7/13/04 SOMETHING NEW FROM SOMETHING OLD New life for an old post and beam timber.
(Wolf Kiessling) 7/13/04 PRAIRIE ROMANCE An exercise in caricature carving.
(Dave Griessmann) 7/13/04 COMBINED INSPIRATIONS This clock features design elements from several sources.
(Gary Kunz) 7/12/04 BEDROOM CORNER CABINET A challenging and beautiful project.
(Doug and Mary Ridley) 7/12/04 PATRIOTIC CARVING Uncle Sam wants you!
(Dave Griessmann) 7/12/04 MULTIPURPOSE OUTFEED TABLE Simple design and construction solves several workshop needs.
(C.A. Rush) 7/12/04 HAVE GAVEL - WILL TRAVEL A compact solution for mobile meetings.
(Mark Serfas) 7/12/04 MAKING TRACKS An unusual layout creates high drama overhead.
(Marc Snodgrass) 7/5/04 HEIRLOOM CRADLE This cherry cradle is sure to comfort future generations.
(Joe Burke) 7/5/04 CONTEMPORARY WALL UNIT Simple lines provide a clean look.
(Larry Verhoff) 7/5/04 NEW FURNITURE FOR LILA This grandfather comes through despite the interruptions.
(Brian Gray) 7/5/04 SUITABLE STORAGE Challenging marquetry, complimentary woods, and fine joinery take center stage.
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