Callide Dawson Woodworkers Club Inc (Biloela QLD)
of the Southern Highlands (NSW)
by Mike Darlow
- Gifkins Finger Joint Jig
by Neil Scobie
addition of a new template, the Gifkins Jig can now cut fine finger joints.
Owners Club (Oyster Bay NSW) 2006 Plank Competition
This Club's Plank
Competition generates a range of attractive and practical entries with an emphasis
on cabinetmaking rather than turning or carving.
- Magswitch Featherboards
by Neil Scobie
your featherboards where they are needed, not just in the table slots, with this
new rare earth magnet technology.
John Wickham's wooden geared clock, Darrell Smith's bowl and the Hastings
Woodworkers Guild's Intarsia raffle piece.
by Jim Cleaver
A few easy to construct devices
to make your woodworking easier.
by George Hatfield (Assoc. Editor)
James Johnson's unique
turnings and monster lathe.
Questions & Answers
by Paul Gregson (Assoc. Editor)
a rusted work table, recipe for homemade wax polish and some suggestions for setting
up a small workshop.
Timber & Working With Wood Show
The Hobart Timber and Working
with Wood Show is the perfect excuse to visit one of Australia's most beautiful
regions with strong connections to timber and woodworking.
Banting Carves a Hero
by Gloria Banting
The carving of Major
Duncan Chapman, believed to be the first Australian soldier to land at Gallipoli,
was an exercise in research as well as technique.
Spiral Chinese Lamp
by W Allen
How is it done? Bill reveals
the secret to the open twisted surround with a reverse twist centre that he uses
on some of his Chinese lamps.
and Vegies Cabinet
by Neil Scobie
An attractive fruit and vegetable
storer with wooden top and drawer front and perforated mesh panels for the sides
by Carol Rix
Bone is inexpensive and ideal for small fine
turnings, carvings and inlay to embellish woodwork pieces.
with a Natural Edge
by George Hatfield
Turning a candlestick
from a piece of Coastal Tea Tree firewood.
Garden - Pt.1 The Bridge
by John Swinkels & Hank Pelzer
Japanese style bridge makes an attractive garden feature, spanning a pond or narrow
at the Mirror
by Wolfgang Bottcher
A simpler scrollsawn portrait
for those who liked Wolfgang's The Girl in the Mirror.
Baker and Candlestick Maker - 1
by John Swinkels
a few uncommon features to make these items more challenging, John turns a meat
tenderiser and a rolling pin. The gymbal candlestick appears in Part 2.
by Aaron Ehrlich
We all have our 'mistakes' but
they needn't end up as firewood. Aaron demonstrates what some re-turning, glue
and stain can do to make new items from 'junk'.
by Peter Fogelman
you know how it works, this frog is quite easy to make and serves as a handy practical
gift that is well-received.
by Reg Cooke
While the full instructions to make a
musical instrument can fill a book, in this article Reg takes us throught the
steps involved, explaining that patience and care rather than highly skilled woodworking
are the secrets to a good viola.
Ideas & Short Cuts
Measuring sticks for inside dimensions
and a versatile trammel
Doggie Homes Barkitecture for your best friend
by Dr Karen
Tobias and Kenny Alfonso
Miter Saw Fundamentals
The Complete Manual of Wood Bending
by Lon Schleining
by Jim Stack