SHOTS #101 - #200
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(John Cotten) 1/31/01
SHOT #200! TURNS FOR THE BETTER
A gallery of turnings from WoodCentral veteran, John Cotten.
(Doug & Mary Ridley) 1/31/01
Capable carvings on stately stands.
(Allen Hanford) 1/31/01
Artful details improve a classic design.
(Alan Young) 1/30/01
SUPER SPICE STORAGE
CAD drawings ensure that these racks slide smoothly.
(Jason Falejczyk) 1/18/01
DELUXE NURSERY SUITE
Dad goes all out for the new arrival.
(Bob Berner) 1/3/01
Knockdown construction and a twin-screw vise distinguish this workhorse.
(Rennie Heuer) 12/29/00
A personal gift that keeps on giving.
(Al Sweet) 12/29/00
A vernacular form that began with a standing tree.
(Wolf Kiessling) 12/29/00
A CORNER FOR SHARPENING
The heart of this system is the John Burke machine.
(Clint Searl) 12/21/00
These shapes are determined by tweaking a common geometrical formula.
(Larry Hancock) 12/21/00
HEAR YE...AND PASS THE HAT
A sampling of turned work.
(Bob Berner) 12/21/00
A CASE FOR OLD GLORY
Pocket screws make it knock-down.
(Rob Scrimgeour) 12/21/00
A pierced alder cradle from South Africa.
(Tony Leonard) 12/21/00
Solid Comfort on a joined poplar frame.
(Adam McGough) 12/21/00
FIRST THINGS FIRST
A colossal bed for a first apartment.
(Joe Doker) 12/21/00
A whimsical sculpture foretells a debacle.
(Bill Larson) 12/21/00
THE KITCHEN WITH EVERYTHING
Granite counters and low-voltage lights top the list of features.
(Alan Young) 12/20/00
A POTPOURRI OF PROJECTS
...and it all started with Grampa.
(Mike Cox) 12/20/00
GRANDPOP COMES THROUGH!
Not just any nursery furniture for this kid!
(Barb Siddiqui) 12/20/00
The endgame is an exercise in precision.
(Doug Ridley) 12/19/00
CARVING IS A FAMILY AFFAIR
Teaming up to produce some beautiful work.
(Paul Vander Woude) 12/19/00
This storage cabinet keeps power tool cords organized.
(Mike Grennier) 12/19/00
A cherry and maple blanket chest from Norm's plans.
(Paul Mosteller) 12/19/00
A 'flicker lantern' and a golf-ball stand will brighten someone's Christmas.
(Jim Williams) 12/19/00
CURLY CHERRY CABINET
A luscious commission that's anything but ordinary.
(A.J. Hamler) 12/19/00
A contemporary classic patterned after an old-fashioned original.
(Wolf Kiessling) 12/19/00
A CARVING PORTFOLIO
Bust, dragons...whatever comes to mind.
(Bob Chapman) 12/10/00
WORTH THE EFFORT
A kitchen that started from behind scratch.
(Clint Searl) 12/10/00
Metallic patinas and dye oxides make this chest simmer.
(Michael Louthan) 12/6/00
A PLACE FOR EVERYTHING
This 960-square-foot dream shop is a triumph of planning.
(Bill Grumbine) 12/6/00
A table tailored to a 19th Centruy relic.
(Basil Bailey) 11/22/00
A WORK IN PROGRESS
This pedestal table is a study in contrasting woods.
(W. Patrick Edwards) 11/5/00
You've never seen Cedar-of-Lebanon like this!
(Duncan Nickles) 11/5/00
CHRISTMAS IN MAY
A beautiful red oak toybox is welcome anytime.
(Lester Gillett) 10/31/00
OFF TO THE RACES
Salvaged wood goes the extra furlong.
(John Olenik) 10/29/00
Recreating a childhood memory with a little help from Norm.
(Barb Siddiqui) 10/22/00
A GIFT OF LOVE
A birds-eye maple lullaby with a coincidental history.
(Stephen Shepherd) 9/10/00
A historical woodworking conundrum.
(Dayl Gable) 9/10/00
OFF TO THE RACES!
This carved rocking horse is an engineering breakthrough.
(Ken Roberts) 9/10/00
SOUPED UP SHAPER
Add an Incra Twin and a Baby feeder for heavy-duty precision.
(Harvey Klene) 9/10/00
Breadboard ends and a painted base are the highlights of this small table.
(Paul Anthony) 9/10/00
Purpleheart and maple with Deco detailing.
(Ron MacKenzie) 9/10/00
READY, SET, SEW!
A useful cabinet for only $10,000.
(Ellis Walentine) 9/3/00
A fitting container for a valuable gift.
(David Frame, Jr.) 9/2/00
CIGARS NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD
This humidor is a symphony of lovely woods.
(Barbara Gill) 9/1/00
Understated fan details and parquetry grace this oak floor.
(Lester Gillett) 8/31/00
This rocker is made from recycled pallets.
(Jay Drew) 8/31/00
WOODWORKING IN ECUADOR
Photos and commentary from a recent visit.
(Alan Young) 8/25/00
ORDER FROM CHAOS
This narrow basement shop turns out beautiful work.
(Larry Williams) 8/25/00
GETTING A GRIP
Taller tools give you better angular feedback.
(Bob Berner) 8/8/00
#150: "SHAKER TRAY"
A dazzling twist on a classic.
(Bruce Johnston) 8/8/00
Making a wish for a tablesaw come true.
(Bob Berner) 8/7/00
"NOT YOUR EVERYDAY BATHROOM LIGHTS"
Oak-and-copper sconces complement the Arts & Crafts style of this makeover.
(Ellis Walentine) 7/25/00
Carol Reed hosts the first Southern California WoodCentral get-together.
(Eddie Pacheco) 7/19/00
"GETTING A GRIP ON THE PC7529"
This press-fit knob improves on the adjustability of a good router.
(Stephen Shepherd) 7/16/00
"QUEBEC LADDERBACK CHAIR"
A worthy replica of a vernacular furniture form
(Joe Lehman) 7/7/00
Who says you need fancy equipment to make beautiful things?
(Ken Kimura) 7/7/00
"NEW LIFE FOR A CLASSIC BANDSAW"
Some TLC and new blade guides were all it took.
(Don Uzar) 6/25/00
"WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND"
Steamer chests from recycled pallets.
(Mike Callihan) 6/25/00
"PREPARING FOR RETIREMENT: Part 3"
Pre-wiring the shop of a lifetime.
(Andy Lincoln) 6/25/00
"A DRESSER FOR POSTERITY"
Walnut solids and veneers combine to make an heirloom.
(by Basil Bailey) 6/3/00
"TOMMY KIRK: PARQUETRY WIZARD!"
Patience, skill and thousands of pieces of wood add up to outrageous visual displays.
(Basil Bailey) 6/3/00
"TABLES FOR THE KIDS"
Home-grown lumber and fancy parquetry distinguish these great little tables.
(Basil Bailey) 6/3/00
"FUN ON THE FARM"
Living the good life in South Carolina.
(John Cotten) 6/3/00
"RING SHAKE vs WIND SHAKE"
If a picture is worth a thousand words...
(Virgil Johnson) 5/18/00
"A LIFE OF SAWDUST"
Great craftsmen start young.
(Mark Meier) 5/13/00
"CRAFTSMAN-STYLE DISPLAY CABINET"
Plans from Rockler pay off.
(Michael Andrews) 5/13/00
"TWO SWEET REPROS"
A walnut clock and a mahogany lowboy.
(Bob Berner) 5/13/00
"IT ALL STARTED WITH A VANITY"
One good cabinet leads to another, and another...
(Tim Steflik) 5/13/00
Now, what to do with all the dough he saved?
(Doug Recko) 4/18/00
Problem solved; no plans needed.
(Dan Donaldson) 4/18/00
"GORGEOUS DOLL FURNITURE!"
Only the best will do for this doll.
(Danny Bingham) 4/18/00
A marquetry tribute to the mighty elk.
(David Frame) 4/18/00
"OVERDUE BEDSIDE TABLES"
...and a new life for old Singer knobs.
(Mike Callihan) 3/23/00
"PREPARING FOR RETIREMENT (Part 2)"
The dream shop progresses.
(John Cotten) 3/21/00
Tanner & Delaney steam locomotive went where steel rails never tread.
(Neil Yeager) 3/21/00
"A BENCH OF MANY COLORS"
Exotic and domestic woods dress up this built-from-plans workbench.
(Steve Strickland) 3/7/00
"KINEMATIC JIG DESIGN"
Understanding the science behind super-accurate tolerances.
(Bill Larson) 3/5/00
"A SHOP AND SHOWROOM FROM SCRATCH: PART 3"
A dramatic roofline named for a tractor-trailer.
(Frank Ashmore) 2/27/00
"DRESSING UP A FIREPLACE IN STYLE"
Poplar never looked this good.
(Frank Ashmore) 2/26/00
"NOT YOUR EVERYDAY TV CABINET"
Classic styling, modern function.
(Al Sweet) 2/19/00
"SUPER SHOP-MADE DUST COLLECTOR"
A "clean-air" system using Clean Stream filters.
(Joe Lehman) 2/19/00
"SIZZLIN' MAPLE BLANKET CHEST"
Figured wood makes this Christmas present sparkle.
(Jeff McVey) 2/18/00
"MOTHER OF ALL LION TRIMMERS"
An elegantly simple 19th-Century device gets a new life.
(Craig Chappelow) 2/18/00
"SAVING A CLASSIC MACHINE"
This jointer restoration was worth the effort.
(Virgil Johnson) 2/18/00
"KENTUCKY WALL CLOCKS"
Special boards put their best faces forward.
(Kevin Hancock) 2/18/00
"GOOD AS NEW"
Restoring priceless pianos is an involved process.
(Forrest Addy) 2/11/00
"HANGING DUST SUCKER"
And you thought flannel was only good for shirts!
(Barb Siddiqui) 2/11/00
"CARVINGS AND MORE"
A mini-gallery from a lady with many woodworking interests.
(Chris Knob) 2/11/00
"SHOP-BUILT DRUM SANDER"
Why buy one when you can build it yourself?
(Glenn Andersen) 1/25/00
"WHEN IN GERMANY..."
A portfolio from a displaced Yankee with a German woodworking degree.
(Kirk Eppler) 1/19/00
"MISSION END TABLE"
Careful finishing makes it look authentic.
(Dan Donaldson) 1/18/00
"ACOUSTIC BASS GUITAR"
A fitting project for a special board.
(Tony O'Malley) 1/18/00
Not your everyday homework desk.
("Doc Jim" Follette) 1/13/00
"A FASCINATION WITH PUZZLES"
Five not-so-easy pieces from a specialist.
(Randy Stukenberg) 1/13/00
"CROTCH-WALNUT TOOL CHEST"
A new life for some incredible 50-year-old lumber.
(Mike Kelly) 1/10/00
"CHERRY BLANKET CHEST"
A monument in cherry for a special daughter.
(Frank Grambo) 1/6/00
"CHERRY CHINA CLOSET"
The rubbed finish makes the difference.
(Dale Lenz) REVISED 1/6/00
"FLAG CASE JOINTS"
Spline miters reinforce and beautify these production items.
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