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Scrollsawed patterns -- bandsawed boxes -- lazy susan -- music boxes -- 17th century rocking horse -- room divider -- collapsible scrapwood cabinets -- picture frame

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 John Murray scrollsawed these from patterns that his wife found.  About an hour apiece was required. ScollworkFeb04-10.jpg (146616 bytes)    MurrayFeb04-20.jpg (70144 bytes)
   
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James Powers bandsawed these boxes from Kingwood.
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      This lazy susan was superbly crafted by Chuck Maxwell with his pin router.  He took about three passes through the router to get the final depth.  Also shown is the jig he used to rout the openings for the poker chips...I mean snacks, peanuts.... LazySusanFeb04-08.jpg (111473 bytes)  LazySusanFeb04-09.jpg (85288 bytes) MaxwellFeb04-22.jpg (63160 bytes)
                   
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MusBoxFeb04-03.jpg (113790 bytes)  MusBoxFeb04-05.jpg (160154 bytes) MusBoxFeb04-04.jpg (167307 bytes) MusBoxFeb04-06.jpg (176460 bytes) Bill Hochmuth was very proud of his Swiss movement music boxes of walnut, red cedar and zebra wood.HockmuthFeb04-23.jpg (38117 bytes)
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Jack Hutchison created this 17th century reproduction of a child's rocking horse from a museum in London.  Rockers of pecan; handles and head of walnut and knobs of birch.  Screws hold everything together. RockHorseFeb04-17.jpg (116609 bytes) RockHorseFeb04-18.jpg (103356 bytes) HutchinsonFeb04-24.jpg (90779 bytes)
                  
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   BraytonFeb04-26.jpg (90114 bytes)             RoomDivFeb04-30.jpg (145874 bytes) Rob Brayton explained how he made this room divider from stud 2x4s cut to size.  Ya never knew there was good wood hiding under those studs, didya?.
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This picture frame of mahogany and birch plywood and handmade paper was created by Joseph Rice. PicFrameFeb04-07.jpg (101524 bytes) RiceFeb04-28.jpg (42349 bytes)
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CabinetFeb04-11.jpg (110098 bytes)CabinetFeb04-12.jpg (132244 bytes) CabinetFeb04-14.jpg (157406 bytes)CabinetFeb04-13.jpg (109194 bytes)

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John Gay  told club members how he built these collapsible cabinets using scrap wood.  They are sealed with two or three coats then finished with polyerothane varnish.  Square head screws hold everthing together.  John's plywood axe scared kids at halloween.  GayFeb04-27.jpg (103130 bytes)

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