SHOTS #201 - #300
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(Bob Nazro) 3/26/02
SHOT #300: BUDGET-MINDED WORKBENCH
Good looks and plenty of tool storage in a low-cost package.
(Ellis Walentine) 3/26/02
MARCH WOODWORKING MADNESS...AGAIN!
The annual NWA Woodworkers Showcase may be the finest guild show in the nation.
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(Jim Morris) 3/22/02
Keeping time with some unique designs.
(Phil Freeman) 3/22/02
SURROUNDED BY CYPRESS
From the swamp straight to the heart.
(H.C. "Chico" Sakman) 3/19/02
ARTS & CRAFTS STEREO CABINET
A personal twist on a classic Craftsman design.
(Alan Young) 3/14/02
PROJECTS FROM SCRAP
One woodworker's solution for dealing with his odds and ends.
(Alan Young) 3/9/02
A BUFFET PERFECT FOR ANY OCCASION
Completed in five months, this buffet was right on time!
(Chris Knob) 3/2/02
FIGURED CHERRY HUTCH
Figured veneer and moldings from scratch enhance this reproduction.
(Ellis Walentine) 3/9/02
TOPSY-TURVY FOR KAITLIN
WoodCentral turners unite for a good cause.
(Chico Sakman) 2/14/02
FLAME BIRCH AND PADAUK COFFEE TABLE
A product of design ideas from out of the blue.
(Barb Siddiqui) 2/11/02
It took two tries, but the result was worth it.
(Robert Dudley) 2/4/02
Building a lingerie chest is a good way to stay busy on terra firma.
(Bernie McGivern) 2/3/02
Applied carvings dress up this thoughtful shower gift.
(Jerremy Norman) 2/1/02
BRACELET & RING BOXES
Made for a friend across the Atlantic.
(David Maudlin) 1/31/02
ALL HANDS ON DECK
Unusual flooring at a bargain price.
(Terry Daniel) 1/20/02
MONSTER BOWL: Part 1
It helps to have a VB-36 lathe.
(Mike Larvia) 1/15/02
This little lady seems to be enjoying her new ride!
(John Potocny) 1/15/02
ONE MAN'S JUNK IS ANOTHER MAN'S TREASURE
A friend's visit yields a nice cache of redwood lumber.
(Ed Baranowski) 1/13/02
A GAME OF KINGS AND QUEENS
Brazilian rosewood and maple veneer squares make up this chessboard.
(Ed Miller) 1/13/02
A CLOCK FROM ANOTHER TIME
A grandmother's old timepiece inspired the design of this new cherry mantle clock.
(Don Schultz) 1/13/02
This myrtle and iron table is just the ticket for the person who's impossible to buy for.
(Bill Larson) 1/10/02
A SHOP AND SHOWROOM FROM SCRATCH: PART 4
Up and running at last, and well worth the effort.
(Phil Burt) 12/29/01
CONVERTED COUNTRY DOLLHOUSE
Now it's a barn like Uncle Philip's.
(Greg St. Laurent) 12/19/01
Making the most of a small space takes some planning.
(Lee Grindinger) 12/8/01
VICTORIAN PUZZLE BOX
A sophisticated collaboration of carving and painting.
(Danny Bingham) 12/8/01
COMING UP ROSES
The marquetry on this sewing box is a sure winner.
(Danny Bingham) 12/8/01
Inspired by a workbench at the Hancock Shaker Village, this bench was made from six different woods.
(Stephen Shepherd) 11/28/01
TROMP L'OEIL TRIUMPH
Proof that things aren't always as they appear.
(Larry Hancock) 11/26/01
TURNING UP MUSHROOMS
Larry Hancock shares techniques and tools for turning wooden fungi.
(Clint Searl) 11/17/01
VARIATION ON A CLASSIC
This ash credenza was inspired by Greene & Greene.
(Wolf Kiessling) 11/14/01
ODE TO LOVE
An award winning sculpture loaded with symbolism.
(Fred Schock) 11/13/01
A CASE FOR MEDALS
This walnut case displays the many achievements of a good friend and musician.
(Jerry Cousins) 11/4/01
CHERRY QUEEN ANNE HIGHBOY
Hidden compartments hold secrets for a special granddaughter.
(Alan Young) 11/1/01
This writing desk and chair show the influence of several furniture styles.
(Lee Brubaker) 10/30/01
...made entirely from 4 x 4 fence posts!
(KC Levar) 10/30/01
BUBINGA AND CHERRY DESK
A super finish makes this labor of love shine.
(Dominic Greco) 10/9/01
A GREAT SAW IS WORTH THE EFFORT
It took six months to resurrect this derelict Unisaw.
(Gabe Sauls) 10/1/01
THE TURNING BUG STRIKES AGAIN
A stunning portfolio shows varied turning interests.
(Wayne R. Heck) 10/1/01
PROUD PAPA COMES THROUGH
This oak cradle is going to be an heirloom.
(Barb Siddiqui) 9/9/01
SAW CABINET EXTRAORDINAIRE
A place for everything...
(Jason Falejczyk) 9/9/01
A woodworker's gamble pays off.
(Larry Williams) 9/7/01
The fine points of an 18th-Century planemaking masterpiece.
(Wolf Kiessling) 9/7/01
BUST CARVING BASICS
One way to turn a log into art.
(John Coco) 9/7/01
OAK AND MAGNOLIA
A floral inlay highlights this sturdy coffee table.
(Ron MacKenzie) 9/6/01
WHAT A WEEK IT WAS!
Learning the Boule method of marquetry from a master.
(Terry Daniel) 8/17/01
BOWLS AND MORE BOWLS
An impressive body of work from a lifetime of turning.
(Jerry Beall) 8/13/01
This boxwood beauty is right off a homemade CNC lathe.
(Ray Haggerty) 7/30/01
FIVE NOT-SO-EASY PIECES
These sturdy shop fixtures are built to last.
(Helen Patterson) 7/30/01
YE OLE YANKEE WORKSHOP
Woodworking is a family affair.
(Ghislain Laprise) 7/19/01
FISH NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD
Painted appliqués dress up this extravagant pine cabinet.
(Doug Ridley) 7/14/01
SHOT #250: COWBOY
Carving beats grocery shopping anyday!
(Richard Allen) 7/14/01
TURN ON A HAPPY FACE
Here's looking at you!
(Dano Jennings) 6/29/01
LET THE SUN SHINE IN
A custom screen door with a nautical finish.
(Dave Nichols) 6/29/01
UGH! HAVE A CIGAR
A modern twist on a familiar icon.
(William Kerfoot) 6/29/01
Saws like this were the masters of gingerbread.
(Dennis Reid) 6/22/01
A new life for an ancient cypress log.
(Greg Brunk) 6/22/01
JEWELRY BOX QUARTET
You'd swear he was an old hand at inlay.
(Mike Baratta) 6/22/01
A woodworker is born, and soon another...
(Paul Blackwell) 6/3/01
TOYS FOR ADULTS
Wooden models of antique cars and machines.
(Alan Young) 6/1/01
This Gothic cross is a copy of an old original.
(Mark Meier) 5/31/01
Super-organized shop is a garage no more.
(Rex Cassidy) 5/29/01
Woodworking in the underbelly of an ore freighter.
(Lee Brubaker) 5/26/01
CORNER COMPUTER DESK
Organizing the electronic clutter.
(Dano Jennings) 5/26/01
A sturdy, space-saving solution built from scrap.
(Chris Knob) 5/25/01
Solid cherry cabinets with maple door panels were a bear to move.
(Chris Knob) 5/25/01
BEAUTIFUL WOOD FOR A BEAUTIFUL LADY
Lingerie chest not exactly a selfless labor of love.
(Clint Searl) 5/22/01
A HAND-CRAFTED ENVIRONMENT
Japanese styling and sophisticated finishes grace this woodland home.
(Phil Burt) 5/22/01
KEEPIN' THOSE STOGIES FRESH
A special piece of wood finds a new life in this humidor.
(David Yoho) 4/30/01
A BRACE OF BUREAUS
High and low versions of a classic style.
(Dan Donaldson) 4/30/01
...and he finished it with eight hours to spare!
(Jeff Chaplin) 4/26/01
A GIFT TO BE SIMPLE
Shaker end tables are always in style.
(David Shaw) 4/24/01
THE WOODEN HANDS OF TIME
This project went like clockwork.
(Art Silva) 4/21/01
AND THEY SAID IT COULDN'T BE DONE!
DeWalt sliding tables actually fit Unisaws!
(Greg Turk) 4/19/01
DELUXE ROUTER TABLE
Storage and good looks in a self-contained unit.
(Tony Leonard) 4/19/01
CARVED PICTURE FRAME
Simpler to make than it looks.
(Hal Shearer) 4/19/01
The patience of Job pays off!
(Rob Dudley) 4/19/01
A MAN'S SHOP IS HIS CASTLE
The 14-foot ceiling makes the room seem bigger.
(John Olenik) 4/17/01
A fabulous act of charity!
(Kurt Allen) 4/6/01
A MODEST LITTLE JEWELRY BOX
... about as modest as a Fabergé egg!
(Alan Young) 4/6/01
"BIRD'S-EYE OVER CATTAIL"
All in-laws should be so lucky!
(Tom Harris) 4/6/01
THE FOUR-CAR SHOP
Retirement has its rewards.
(Todd Andre-Colton) 4/6/01
THOSE FATEFUL WORDS
"Sure, I could knock a couple together for you ..."
(Ellis Walentine) 4/6/01
FUN WITH FLOORS
Variations on themes.
(David Maudlin) 4/5/01
A TRIO OF TRIUMPHS
Three projects in a rainbow of hardwoods.
(David Fair) 4/5/01
A purpleheart box makes for a happy fiancee.
(Lester Gillett) 4/2/01
It pays to be nice to your local tree service.
(Jim Piaszynski) 4/2/01
THE BETTER TO SEE YOU WITH
Walnut and basswood box puts seashells on display.
(Mike Wehrer) 4/2/01
...and a shelf to display them on!
(Stephen Shepherd) 4/2/01
Still turning after all these years.
(Ken Winningham) 3/29/01
This cherry and walnut piece comes apart for shipping.
(Alan Young) 3/26/01
MUSIC STAND WITH A SECRET
Hidden coins convey a wish for long life.
(Clint Searl) 3/16/01
CYPRESS COFFEE TABLE
Metallic powders create a bizarre finish.
(Walt Segl) 3/10/01
SHOP OF DREAMS
This cottage shop is a model of efficiency and function.
(Paul Mosteller) 2/24/01
A VISIT WITH MARK BUTLER
New life for unwanted trees in the Florida Keys.
(Dick Herman) 2/24/01
Contrasting woods make this light shine.
(Frank Ashmore) 2/24/01
SHELL-TOP CORNER CABINET
A plaster shell is the solution for a paint-grade cabinet.
(Vic Bratton) 2/24/01
DRILL PRESS TABLE
Expanding his drilling horizons.
(Bill Pfahl) 2/24/01
WALNUT CEDAR CHEST
A monogrammed gift for a friend's new granddaughter.
(Bill Young) 2/16/01
A gallery of scrollsawn and turned projects!
(Dave Glackin) 2/3/01
DREAMING OF CAMELOT
A boy's bed is his castle!
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