December 2004 Projects 

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Jack Hutchison made a lamp of this 1910 GE electric meter. The meter spins when the lamp is powered. This replication of an 18th century pipe box (remember those looooonnnng pipes?) is now used for fireplace matches. ElecMeterLampDec04-45.jpg (1053393 bytes) HutchisonDec04-23.jpg (499489 bytes) PipeBoxDec04-05.jpg (1412349 bytes)
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    KelleyDec04-25.jpg (599186 bytes)   Lon Kelley showed club members his boxes of maple and imbulgia.  The ribbon is of cedar strips.   
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  Steve Wavro holds his intarsia wreath of western red cedar, walnut, padouk, and osage orange.  WreathDec04-07.jpg (2377876 bytes) WavroDec04-26.jpg (891633 bytes)
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BoxDec04-09.jpg (1564365 bytes) HoneyDec04-28.jpg (441810 bytes) BoxDec04-10.jpg (1565760 bytes) Brian Honey crafted the small chest and candle box using hand tools.  He finished with lacquer.
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   BoxJaneDec04-13.jpg (1847049 bytes)   BoxJaneDec04-14.jpg (2147405 bytes)

Fred Sandoval crafted these pine "Jane" boxes of dovetails that are shaped like a heart. Jane is the name on the side of the box.

SandovalDec04-29.jpg (467486 bytes)

    HeartJointDec04-30.jpg (645421 bytes) HeartJointDec04-43.jpg (1077338 bytes) 

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These keepsake boxes of tiger maple and padouk were crafted by Eddy Arnold. 

 

 BoxKeepSakeDec04-19.jpg (2132991 bytes)  ArnoldDec04-31.jpg (564111 bytes)  BoxKeepSakeDed04-17.jpg (2217851 bytes)

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Monte Richard talks about his candlesticks of maple and cherry.

    RichardDec04-34.jpg (875849 bytes)

CandStickDec04-15.jpg (1638160 bytes)

CandStickDec04-16.jpg (2036393 bytes)

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TexStarsDec04-06.jpg (2167751 bytes)   KooserDec04-35.jpg (649935 bytes)

Ken Kooser made these Texas Star boxes of scrap oak, mesquite and Spanish cedar.

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Jaxon Fuqua built this rolling horse of oak for his son's 2nd birthday.

FuquaDec04-36.jpg (821588 bytes)  HorseDec04-20.jpg (2356970 bytes)  

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WheltonDec04-37.jpg (1726400 bytes)

Michael Whelton claims December's doorprize.

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Greg Long of Pennsylvania talks about the history, the origin, and provides good tips of the art and craft of making Windsor chairs. 

   LongDec04-41.jpg (1119192 bytes)   ToolBoxDec04-42.jpg (1057679 bytes)

Windsor chairs are of English origin.  Legend has it that King George sought refugse from a rain storm in a farm house and sat in a stick chair that he liked. These chairs later became known as Windsor chairs because of the house of Windsor, English royalty.

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