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PRESENTERS
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Steve Willis, Manger of Houston's Rockler (right) and Randy Abramson, Assistant Manager of Houston's Woodcraft (left), show Club members new and hot items for stuffing Christmas stockings of woodworker. 
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SHOW and TELL PROJECTS

         Monte Richards points out features in his creche. The roof is of cedar fence wood and the slab is mesquit.

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          Giving away the time the photo was taken, this clock is the result of Lon Kelley's gluing together leftover cherry triangles

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Richard Storm points out features of his shadow box that he crafted to honor fire firefighters at their graduation.  The box is of aromatic cedar. An actual antique fire pull-box is encased within the shadow box.           L1010189.JPG (122530 bytes)   
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L1010181.JPG (119710 bytes)    L1010193.JPG (126288 bytes)            Using an Arbor Tech mini-carver, Bill White crafted this bowl from a piece of camphor wood.  It is a Christmas present to himself. 
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          Clark Kellogg points out features of his teak end table. Clark used slip tenons as opposed to mortise and tenon. The handles are made of ipe.L1010200.JPG (148352 bytes)  L1010179.JPG (299125 bytes) L1010180.JPG (189149 bytes) 
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L1010194.JPG (128664 bytes)     L1010211.JPG (183613 bytes)            Jeremy Grubbs holds up his table made of padauk.  Notice the wonderfully crafted butterfly joints.
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Steve LeGrue shows and talks about Christmas ornaments he crafted and then gilded. L1010197.JPG (157211 bytes)
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L1010204.JPG (101079 bytes) Rich holds up an original circa 1880s bowsaw that will be the model for one that he plans to make. 

 

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