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Fred Kunzler and Megan Kelly admire toys crafted by club members for charity groups.    KunzlerToyNov05-11.jpg (218192 bytes)    KellyToyNov05-43.jpg (211904 bytes)        
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       Art Chester demonstrates to Jack Hutchison one use for Lon Kelley's lamps.
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James Goodson, dealer in fine antique tools, talked to club members about the history of tools and showed several examples.  James is holding a traditional brace

 

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    MurasNov05-20.jpg (120560 bytes) ToysAnimalsNov05-07.jpg (175073 bytes)        Denis Muras showed club members some toys he crafted. 
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John Gay elected not to demonstrate how to use his child's rocker of cabinet grade lumber core plywood.  With this design you can get four horses from one sheet. John's neighbor did the artwork.         GayNov05-22.jpg (121721 bytes)     RockHorseNov05-05.jpg (226763 bytes)
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    CDChestNov05-16.jpg (194633 bytes) CDChestNov05-17.jpg (119270 bytes) EdwardsNov05-23.jpg (124281 bytes) EdwardsNov05-19.jpg (135536 bytes)       The hands of Glenn Edwards holds open the door to this CD cabinet that he crafted for his granddaughter.  Glenn used 1/2 inch finish plywood from Finland.  The knic-knak shelf was built by Glenn when he was 9 year old.
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   Bill Cochrane described how he carefully put the tambour top together on his recipe box by watching his radius and rounding his edges.      BoxRecipeNov05-37.jpg (127808 bytes)   CochraneNov05-24.jpg (94339 bytes)  BoxRecipeNov05-38.jpg (123085 bytes)
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GeoShapNov05-09.jpg (108236 bytes)   JigGeoShapeNov05-53.jpg (202529 bytes)ThomasNov05-25.jpg (92912 bytes)           Rich Thomas explained the details involved in cutting the angles required to create his dodecahedron, a "geodome" of pentagons.  Rich explained how he used his home made jig to cut the bevels on the pentagons.  The tape is holding together the pieces of this in-work project.
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    John McGeough explains how he epoxied turquoise inlays into oak to craft these fine Chritsmas tree ornaments.         XmasDecNov05-03.jpg (220327 bytes) McGeoughNov05-28.jpg (153090 bytes)
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    AirplaneNov05-02.jpg (150841 bytes)  KooserNov05-29.jpg (99029 bytes) Ken Kooser holds an airplane he crafted.      
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    These turned lamps of maple and mahogany attest to the skill of Lon Kelley       LampsNov05-06.jpg (188200 bytes)  KelleyNov05-30.jpg (230469 bytes)
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   BlanketChestNov05-12.jpg (163487 bytes) BlanketChestNov05-13.jpg (211773 bytes) BlanketChestNov05-14.jpg (237577 bytes) BlanketChestNov05-15.jpg (206025 bytes) BolingerNov05-31.jpg (143173 bytes)      Mark Bolinger talks to club members about his cherry blanket chest. Note that the frames are planed and NOT sanded. 
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    Markus Brun shows club members how he rigged the jig to make sets of Cherokee Checkers.  They are inspired by the games you find at Cracker Barrel Restaurant.  These are donations to a youth center and required no sharp edges or points which explains the stubbed golf tees and truncated triangle points.        BrunNov05-34.jpg (80375 bytes) ToyCheckerNov05-42.jpg (198685 bytes) ToyCheckerJibNov05-39.jpg (268668 bytes) ToyCheckerJigNov05-41.jpg (183572 bytes)
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HutchisonNov05-35.jpg (81061 bytes) Jack Hutchison talked about his entries at the Kerrville Art Festival.
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