SHOTS #801 - #900
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(Alan Young) 1/25/09 900. TAKE A LETTER A series of Austen films inspire this bold design.
(Patrick Coleman) 1/25/09 899. A HOME FOR DEFINITIONS This dictionary stand features several types of joinery.
(Douglas Recko) 1/25/09 898. CHERRY DRESSER Measurements from a local offering guide in its reproduction.
(Richard Furnas) 1/19/09 897. THREE WINDSOR STOOLS The wood for these stools came from local trees.
(Scott Perry) 1/19/09 896. CHERRY SHAKER STOOL A comforting place for resting feet.
(Aurèle Delaurier) 1/19/09 895. WOODEN FOOTBALL TRILOGY This woodworker shares his method for making the maple laces.
(George Dart) 1/19/09 894. TWICE-BUILT TALL CLOCK Two craftsmen breathe new life into their cherry timepiece, after disaster strikes.
(Alan Young) 1/19/09 893. EVOLVING DESIGN Follow the twists and turns a design can take to the end result.
(Roberto Marquez) 8/3/08 892. COVERTIBLE CHILD'S SLEIGH BED A beautiful piece of furniture that grows with the child.
(Jerome Laux) 8/3/08 891. A CHAIRMAKER'S SHOP One woodworker's take on shop layout.
(Larry Verhoff) 8/3/08 890. LAST IN A LINE The final bed for the children saves the best for last!
(Fred Davis) 8/3/08 889. HACKBERRY HUTCH This native hardwood's warmth and beauty take center stage.
(Mike Louthan) 8/3/08 888. WORKSHOP COMPLEX Five complete workshops cohabit this 2000 square foot "wing".
(Aurèle Delaurier) 7/27/08 887. ARE YOU READY FOR SOME MORE FOOTBALL? A turned version of the classic pigskin.
(Fred Davis) 7/27/08 886. MAHOGANY GARDEN BENCH A nice blend of Tudor and Asian styles.
(Larry Tilley) 7/20/08 885. STICKLER FOR DETAILS One man's pencil takes another to his breaking point!
(W. Patrick Edwards) 6/23/08 884. THE WORKS This timeless masterpiece has thirty types of sawn veneers in the design.
(Fred Davis) 6/23/08 883. MAHOGANY HALL TABLES Rich mahogany gives this project a formal look.
(Lee Brubaker) 6/23/08 882. BIKER ROCK A tip for converting dimensions from a photo.
(Lewis Speer) 6/23/08 881. FROM SPARSE TO INTERESTING Easily obtainable materials are key in this DIY project.
(Mike Fitterling) 6/23/08 880. LONG TIME IN THE MAKING That Stickley guy may actually have a feel for ergonomics.
(Thomas S. Stockton) 6/15/08 879. SHOP IN THE ROUND A unique shop that has no corners to collect dust.
(Vernon Huffines) 6/15/08 878. THIRD TIME IS THE CHARM This garage shop has space for tools and parking.
(Tom Clark) 6/15/08 877. FLORIDA DREAM SHOP This shop has plenty of space for multiple hobby interests.
(Fred Davis) 6/8/08 876. A MULTIFACETED WORKHORSE Straightforward construction combined with storage, outfeed use and a strong flat work surface makes this bench a winner.
(Mike Flaim) 3/25/08 875. VERTICALLY CHALLENGED Low ceilings contribute to the "small shop" feeling of this basement workshop.
(Keith Newton) 3/2/08 874. GOT DOTS? Here's an alternative to veneer tape when laying up veneers.
(Terry Dickinson) 3/2/08 873. CHEST STYLE TOOLBOX One man's answer for safe and organized storage for finer instruments!
(Ron Messersmith) 3/2/08 872. TURNING TRAINS This accomplished woodworker finds joy in wooden toys.
(Lee Brubaker) 2/24/08 871. VINTAGE VEHICHLES A great way to utilize scraps and help a worthy cause too.
(Joaquin Luna) 2/24/08 870. A HOME FOR HAND TOOLS This box features full-extension drawers without using metal slides.
(Charles Mak) 2/24/08 869. AUTOMATA FEVER UK automata makers inspired these new projects.
(Jay St. Peter) 1/27/08 868. SAPELE GARDEN BENCH This exercise in design is over the top!
(John Nixon) 1/21/08 867. INNOVATIVE TINKERING Come along for a look at the talents of Eagle Lake Woodworking.
(Felix B.) 1/21/08 866. CHERRY SERPENTINE DESK This beautiful desk is a blend of veneered plywood, solids, and cherry veneer.
(Patrick Coleman) 1/13/08 865. CHERRY AND MAPLE SPICE BOX Buying wood from local auctions is not only smart but affordable.
(Peter Huisman) 1/13/08 864. ADDING INTEREST Salvaged timbers add beauty to this new mantelpiece.
(Charles Mak) 1/13/08 863. THE STORY OF MAN This automaton reflects the evolution of mankind.
(Charles Mak) 1/13/08 862. RUNNING FOR THEIR LIVES An extension of an earlier theme, this automaton is more complex.
(George Williams) 1/13/08 861. GIDDY UP Built from dimensional pine lumber, it's great for horsing around.
(George Williams) 1/13/08 860. BABY'S FIRST FURNITURE This pair of oak beauties are sure to please.
(Alan Young) 12/3/07 859. BORG BOOKCASES Commonly available materials and skilled hands can produce stunning results.
(Walt Nicholson) 11/23/07 858. A HOME FOR CLAMPS Storage, organization, and mobility make this project a real winner.
(Jim Kyle) 11/23/07 857. HEIRLOOM WALNUT CRADLE Start with a need, find a plan, add wood, some skill, and you're in business!
(Richard Furnas) 11/23/07 856. MY CHAIR - YEW CHAIR This is a heavy-duty chair that sits very comfortably.
(Jeff Rockwell) 11/23/07 855. JUST DO IT Without a shop or major machinery, this woodworker perseveres.
(Ray Lanham) 11/23/07 854. DIY REMOTE POWER SWITCH Making a magnetic base remote switch for the "Mustard Mistress".
(Ray Lanham) 11/23/07 853. DIY SWINGING TAILSTOCK A swing-away tailstock for the "Mustard Mistress".
(Ray Lanham) 11/4/07 852. POWERMATIC 3520B UPGRADE Tool holders and a ballast box compliment the "Mustard Mistress".
(Rick Lasita) 10/28/07 851. NEW WORKSHOP With plenty of natural light, this shop is ready for work.
(Dick Goodwin) 10/28/07 850. NEW ZEALAND BENCH Native hardwoods and sturdy joinery make this a beautiful addition to any shop.
(Charles Mak) 10/28/07 849. MAGAZINE HANGOUT A wall-mounted solution is the answer for small rooms.
(Charles Mak) 10/28/07 848. MOOSE RUNNING This latest automation features a wildlife theme.
(Alan Young) 10/21/07 847. TAKING CENTER STAGE Playing a supporting role can be a rewarding one.
(Alan Young) 10/1/07 846. BLACK TIE OPTIONAL A music stand that's worthy of the best composer!
(Alan Young) 9/24/07 845. AN ODE TO LEE A tribute to inspiration and mentoring gained from the master carver.
(Fred Schock) 9/9/07 844. SYMBOLIC TIMEPIECE Meshing the Arts and religion at Notre Dame University.
(Charles Mak) 9/9/07 843. BARRISTER PEN STAND This display can stand alone or sit in a barrister bookcase.
(Jim Shaver) 8/27/07 842. SHAKER SEWING TABLE A handy shop-made router jig eases several process steps.
(George Dart) 8/27/07 841. THE NEANDERTHAL BENCH This century-old carpenter's bench finds work in a new home.
(Darren Stevens) 8/27/07 840. WOOD SHOP TOUR UPDATE Further improvements add to an already impressive shop.
(Thomas Brown) 8/27/07 839. THE 1929 SHOP This Maryland woodworking shop has a passion for Old Iron.
(Thomas Stockton) 8/20/07 838. MAHOGANY FEDERAL SIDEBOARD An up-close look at many of the processes required to create this masterpiece.
(Joanne Adler) 7/29/07 837. EXERCISES IN DESIGN A Chest on Stand with an artsy and funky flair.
(Fred Schock) 7/29/07 836. FREESTANDING WALL UNITS Filling unused spaces with cabinetry.
(Richard Furnas) 7/29/07 835. POTTING BENCH WITH FLAIR Redwood, cedar, and etched tiles add to the country look.
(Robert Clough) 6/17/07 834. ILLUMINATING NAVAL HISTORY This cherry desk lamp features part of a German battleship.
(Charles Mak) 6/17/07 833. TURNING SCRAP INTO DOLLARS A recent flooring project yields many usable scraps.
(W. Patrick Edwards) 6/11/07 832. TASTY TIMEPIECE A marquetry wizard unveils his latest amazing creation.
(Rob Brophy) 5/18/07 831. UPSCALE TOOL TOTE This send-up of a classic design has a place for everything.
(Richard Furnas) 5/13/07 830. COAT TREE You can hang it on yew.
(John Luke) 5/6/07 829. MULTITASK CAPABLE This setup brings a new meaning to combination machine!
(Charles Mak) 5/6/07 828. PROUDLY CANADIAN A new automata salutes Canada's furry woodworker.
(Joanne Adler) 4/29/07 827. MAKING IT INTERESTING With a master's help, this project comes to life.
(John Britz) 4/29/07 826. A GODFATHER'S GIFT Appliqués and grain pattern enhance the look of this project.
(Craig Thibodeau) 4/22/07 825. GARDENIA SIDEBOARD This awe-inspiring sideboard features exquisite marquetry.
(Pete LaBelle) 4/22/07 824. A PARISH REBORN II Volunteers rebuild a second Katrina-damaged church.
(Rick Phillips) 4/22/07 823. SPALTED DREAMS II A couple of "old guys" having more fun!
(Charles Mak) 4/22/07 822. DONE IN A WEEKEND A quick project allows time for beautiful vistas.
(Ray Haggerty) 3/25/07 821. ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT WORKTABLE Combining an old dentist's chair with a worktop has its ups and downs!
(Derek Cohen) 3/11/07 820. DEMILUNE DELIGHTS Clean and simple lines provide the key to these beautiful tables.
(Robert Hayes) 3/4/07 819. GRIZZLY DETAILS Putting together a new shop begins with the machinery.
(Paul Kramer) 2/4/07 817. LESSONS LEARNED As this project evolved, so did certain skills.
(Jim Shaver) 2/4/07 816. MULTIFUNCTIONAL SPLENDOR The design features influences of the Greene and Greene style.
(Ken Kimura) 2/4/07 815. WALNUT DREAMS A sleeping beauty in walnut, made in temporary quarters.
(Michel Hawkes) 1/23/07 814. OUT OF THE CLOSET Adding a table to teach a new generation the game of chess.
(John Richards) 1/23/07 813. FIRST ISSUE This sculpted figured cherry rocker sold before its completion.
(George Dart) 1/23/07 812. TOGETHER IN TIME A Regulator style wall clock marks a special anniversary.
(Mike Delfuoco) 1/23/076 811. NO CRIB FOR A BED Construction considerations abound in this project.
(George Dart) 12/27/06 810. SECOND ENTRANCE This beautiful cherry secretary began with a misfortune.
(Ray Haggerty) 12/17/06 809. ENDODONTIC CABINET A woodworker's dream or a patient's nightmare?
(Mark Beckert) 12/17/06 808. PA DUTCH CHEST A splendid use of scrap and shop time!
(Alan Young) 12/17/06 807. BUILDING ON HISTORY A challenge is designing and building a wall bookcase where architectural details abound.
(Aurèle Delaurier) 12/3/06 806. KING OF THE MILL So, put a little more pepper into it!
(Don Baker) 12/3/06 805. MASTERING SPINDLE TURNING IN 5 DAYS My Conover Workshops class proved to be fun and educational.
(John C. Lucas) 11/26/06 804. SHOP EVOLUTION Setting up a workshop in a working space requires time and planning.
(Charles Mak) 11/26/06 803. GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIES Using inexpensive or free materials for your projects can be rewarding.
(Charles Mak) 11/6/06 802. TIME MANAGEMENT SECRET A Whatever Clock keeps shop time enjoyable.
(Ellis Walentine) 10/13/06 801. INDYFEST 2006! Ray and Lynn Thompson host a phenomenal woodworking weekend in the Indiana heartland.
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