SHOTS #401 - #500
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11/20/03 SHOT #500! THE ANNUAL 2 X 4 CONTEST It's amazing what you can do with a single, construction-grade 2x4!
(Walt Segl) 11/19/03 THE ULTIMATE CARVING CLASS For aspiring carvers, a week with Al Breed is about as good as it gets.
(Bill Hylton) 11/19/03 THE GRANDDADDY OF ALL ROUTERS It is remarkably similar to today’s models.
(Carol Reed) 11/19/03 A BIG MACHINE FOR A LITTLE LADY Faced with a heavy task, the "Router Lady" used brains over brawn.
(Jerry Cousinsr) 11/13/03 NORTH WIND It all begins with an outline.
(Paul Alt) 11/13/03 NOT A TWO-BIT BED A beautiful combination of machine and hand work.
(Eduardo Sarmiento Hall) 11/13/03 BROKEN HEARTH Picked from the ashes, this copaiba reveals its inner beauty.
(Jack Schlachter) 11/7/03 CLASS AT THE DOGWOOD A great way to spend a weekend.
(Bob Smalser) 11/7/03 WILDERNESS HOMESTEAD This one-time farm boy returns to his roots.
(Jan Blomqvist) 11/7/03 HANDCRAFTED IN SWEDEN Relief carvings reflect life's events.
(A.J. Hamler) 10/27/03 ICEBOX WINDOW SEAT Multi-functional companion for the dining room.
(Chris Knob) 10/23/03 THE SPICE OF LIFE Beautiful PA Spice Boxes feature a variety of woods.
(Chris Knob) 10/23/03 A BIRD'S EYE VIEW This armoire features some stunning veneer.
(Eduardo Sarmiento Hall) 10/20/03 THE GREEKS ARE COMING A trio of turned Copaiba vases.
(HC "Chico" Sakman) 10/20/03 ARTS & CRAFTS MEETS THE ORIENT Wine storage never had it so good!
(Dave Anderson) 10/14/03 HOME FOR HAND PLANES Borrowing design features from the pros helped.
(Jason Tuinstra) 10/6/03 CLASSIC HUNTBOARD The cherry puts the Class into Classic!
(Jason Tuinstra) 10/6/03 SIMPLE ATTRACTION Inspired by a Thomas Moser design.
(Eduardo Sarmiento Hall) 10/1/03 TWO WEEKS WORTH Now that's a lot of turning!
(Brent Greer) 10/1/03 A UNIQUE MARRIAGE A mixture of materials provide stunning results.
(Ned Bulken) 10/1/03 NEW RIDGID TABLESAW Inspiration to make some new jigs.
(Dale Hamilton) 10/1/03 "BOOMSLANG" Overcoming bewildering problems forges a man.
(Derek Lentz) 9/29/03 SHOP SAFETY SHOES Fits Biesemeyer style rip fences.
(Drew McManus) 9/29/03 SASSAFRAS WINE BAR This wedding gift organizes bottles and glassware.
(Brent Greer) 9/29/03 AN ENTERTAINING SPACE Utilizing CAD to visualize a large project.
(Jim Shaver) 9/29/03 A JIG FOR NAUGHT A classic example of the jig-making thought process.
(Hal Shearer) 9/15/03 SHOP SPACE IS WHERE YOU FIND IT What bed, that's a lumber rack!
(Eduardo Sarmiento Hall) 9/15/03 RIDING THE RAILS A homemade lathe from railroad tracks.
(Mike Keating) 9/15/03 WEDDING MEMORIES ON DISPLAY Contrasting woods create a beautiful tabletop display case.
(Mike Keating) 9/15/03 NEW LIFE FOR AN OLD WORKHORSE This old DeWalt radial arm saw is ready for action again.
(Andy Wright) 9/8/03 A VERY "GIRLY" ROOM Big sisters need their own space!
(Aurele Delaurier) 9/8/03 ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL? A wooden version of this pigskin classic.
(John Weber) 9/3/03 DELTA MORTISER MODIFICATION A De-Sta-Co clamp is the key feature.
(Chadd Hamilton) 8/28/03 AND BABY MAKES THREE This beautiful blanket chest is the first of three pieces.
(Dev Emch) 8/25/03 ROUTER TABLE ON STERIODS A creative solution for using router bits in a shaper.
(Brent Harral) 8/25/03 PLENTY OF NEW SPACE This busy woodworker has been heard to mutter, "Soon, real soon!"
(Lou Siville) 8/25/03 AFTER DINNER, LET THE GAMES BEGIN Even with some helpful jigs, mitered angles can stretch the patience.
(Jerry Cousins) 8/25/03 A LIGHT ON MARQUETRY This craftsman relects on the challenge.
(Chad Brink) 8/18/03 A WELL THOUGHT-OUT SHOP Proof that planning pays off.
(Richard Erickson) 8/14/03 SHIP TO SHORE This small shop is turning out beautiful work.
(Larry Verhoff) 8/14/03 JUST CAN'T SAY NO An expectant grandfather goes the extra mile!
(Mark Stone) 8/14/03 SO MUCH TO DO, SO LITTLE TIME A glimpse at a work in progress.
(Derek Lentz) 8/12/03 IT AIN'T HEAVY, IT'S MY PULPIT A unique design in wood, metal, and glass.
(Drew McManus) 8/12/03 PROMISES, PROMISES Construction mishaps drive design changes.
(John O'Brien) 8/12/03 "HÉROÏCA" Designed and built by Nicolas Côté.
(Ellis Walentine) 8/8/03 ANAHEIM 2003! The woodworking event of the year is history.
(Ned Bulken) 8/6/03 HOUSING FOR THE BIRDS Simple gifts - sure to please.
(Erik Hammarlund) 8/6/03 A PEACHY NEW SHOP This expectant father may have to put accessorizing on hold!
(George Huron) 8/6/03 KNOCKDOWN WORKBENCH Torsion box construction provides strength but less weight.
(Mike Keating) 8/4/03 NEW HOMES FOR KEEPSAKES AND STOGIES An exercise with woods other than oak.
(Larry Wyatt) 8/4/03 A MULTI-FUNCTION CHILD'S ARMOIRE Able to handle present and future storage needs.
(Jim Shaver) 8/2/03 THE SIMPLE ELEGANCE OF THE SHAKER STYLE A class project featuring milk-painted poplar with cherry.
(Russell Svenningsen) 7/20/03 NAUTICAL HEADBOARD A story stick does the trick.
(Andy Wright) 7/16/03 A & C COFFEE TABLE An ambitious project teaches new skills.
(Max Young) 7/14/03 NEW SPIN FOR SAW CABINETS A mentor guides a budding woodworker.
(Bernie McGivern) 7/5/03 CULINARY WORK BENCH For a mom who works magic in the kitchen.
(Pete Petersen) 7/2/03 CURLY MAPLE AND WENGE BED Credits David Marks for his inspiration.
(Ken Rozema) 6/30/03 A SILK PURSE FROM A SOW'S EAR Selecting usable Big Box lumber isn't easy!
(Drew McManus) 6/26/03 ONE LAST PROJECT The choice of woods just seemed fitting.
(Bob Borner) 6/26/03 WALNUT WITH A TWIST His dream project built at last - for someone else!
(Rick Newbrey) 6/24/03 A TRIO OF OAK TABLES Featuring ample storage for all those video tapes.
(Alan Young) 6/24/03 A DIVINE DESIGN This craftsman found sanctuary for beautiful new furniture.
(Dave Glackin) 6/12/03 CHERRY DOLL CASE Adding craftsmanship to stand the test of time.
(Peter Berglund) 6/5/03 A GRAND WORKBENCH A real labor of love.
(Basil Bailey) 6/5/03 WALNUT SHOE CABINET Got the idea for making the dentil molding on WoodCentral.
(Bruce Brown) 6/3/03 BENT ON COMFORT It took three years for this Bentwood Rocker to evolve.
(Ellis Walentine) 5/29/03 TURNING YELLOW A slab of rare yellow cedar burl yields a brace of bowls.
(Kevin Lloyd) 5/22/03 CURIO CURIOSITY An interesting twist of fate.
(Ross Hodren) 5/20/03 HOMEMADE SANDER Ready to tackle those big jobs.
(Terry Hatfield) 5/20/03 SHOP-BUILT DOWNDRAFT BOX Perfect for larger sanding and routing needs.
(A.J. Hamler) 5/20/03 A CHIP OFF THE OL' BLOCK Fullsize and miniature versions of an antique spool cabinet.
(Steve Wargo) 5/14/03 A CLASSIC HOME FOR SILVERWARE Traditional hand skills are the rule for this woodworker.
(Hal Shearer) 5/13/03 MILLING HUGE KAURI TIMBER New Zealand's giant ancient wonders.
(Drew McManus) 5/2/03 A GAGGLE OF SMALL BOXES Beautifully figured woods joined without using fasteners.
(Robert Phillips) 5/2/03 ONE CREATIVE CRIB This unique design features an array of beautiful woods.
(Michael Shelley) 5/2/03 A HOME FOR SPICES A beautiful addition to any kitchen.
(Hellen Patterson) 5/2/03 MASTER'S CLASS The Patterson's host a weekend with Wayne Barton.
(Jim Shaver) 5/1/03 SHAKER INSPIRATION Good things happen when we stretch our skills.
(Ted Owen) 5/1/03 CLASSICALLY PROPORTIONED TOOL CABINET After a seventeen year hiatus, it's finally finished.
(Steve King) 5/1/03 TWO TANTALIZING TABLES Featuring walnut burl and curly maple veneers.
(Barb Siddiqui) 4/10/03 EMMA'S CRADLE With more on the way, this woodworking Grandma stays busy.
(Jim Shaver) 4/7/03 OAK PANELED CEILING Risky business for this first time woodworker.
(Bob Hand) 4/5/03 UP THE LAZY RIVER This cedar strip river canoe is just the ticket.
(Steve King) 4/1/03 SHOP-BUILT OUTRIGGER AND OUTFEED TABLES Additional work surface for a mobile tablesaw.
(Derek Lentz) 3/26/03 RAINTREE AND MAPLE DESK Featuring resawn and bookmatched raintree veneer
(Ken Kimura) 3/24/03 GUARDING A CLASSIC BANDSAW New modifications aid safety and wheel alignment.
(Ed DeLauter) 3/10/03 HYBRID CABINETMAKER'S BENCH This beauty was inspired by Tage Frid.
(Rick LoDico) 3/10/03 KEEPING GLUEUPS FLAT These simple fixtures do the trick.
(Alan Young) 3/7/03 STAR-CROSSED The first of four custom chancel pieces for a new church.
(Jim Shaver) 3/7/03 A DOUBLE-DUTY CHEST Today a daughter's new toy box, tomorrow her blanket chest.
(Gerald Mayberry) 3/7/03 A PAIR OF QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIRS Reproductions keep this retired chemist busy.
(Chris Knob) 3/7/03 A QUARTET OF SHOP IMPROVEMENTS Machines and fixtures made from scratch.
(Mark Mazzo) 3/3/03 CHERRY ARTS & CRAFTS BOOKCASE And it's only his second attempt at "real furniture!"
(Mike Schwing) 3/3/03 288 EASY PIECES This cutting board was inspired by a new shop floor!
(Jerry Cousins) 3/3/03 PRACTICING AN AGE-OLD TRADITION The art of marquetry requires some special skills and techniques.
(Dave Sloane) 2/22/03 POWERED SCARY SHARP SYSTEM Adding a motor makes this a sharp idea.
(HC "Chico" Sakman) 2/17/03 LISTEN TO THE WOOD Sometimes it's better to let the wood dictate the design.
(Garrett Lambert) 2/17/03 CHERRY ENTERTAINMENT CENTER A corner unit with space for components and CD's.
(Brent Greer) 2/16/03 OAK BEDSIDE TABLES Justification for buying all those tools!
(Brent Greer) 2/16/03 FINE CABINETRY COMPLETES THIS BASEMENT SPACE Beautiful figured maple adds a bold look.
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