Burls & Miniature Microcosms
The world of Randy DeGraw consists of large
machined shields and panels, often decorated with inlays or miniature scenes.
Conversion Stops Tear-Out
New from the USA, these cutters can be retro-fitted
to older thicknessers to improve performance and reduce noise.
by Alan Manning
Both the Australian Wood
Design Exhibition and the Orbost Exhibition Centre make Orbost in SE Victoria
worth a visit in January each year.
Beckwith - Lady of the Forest
by Maja Mulhuijzen
Having never picked
up a carving chisel until she was 49, Marie is now a multi-award winning carver
in Far North Queensland.
a Dalek Move
by Tom Williams
Some innovation and a lot of painstaking
metalwork was required to complete Cynthia Rogers' Dalek figure in Southern Myrtle.
Twentieth Anniversary of the Townsville Area Woodturners Association
Inc, QLD (TAWA), plus the Manning - Great Lakes Woodworkers Inc (NSW).
Computer Drawing for Woodworkers
by Greg Lawrence
program is designed to make computer aided design (CAD) accessible for those who
donít normally use computers. It's worth trying it out for yourself - you may
be surprised at the results!
Timber & Working with Wood Show Guide
See Deborah Lloyd carve live-sized
figures with a chainsaw at this year's Sydney Show, 13-15 June, at Moore Park.
Ten of 10 of NSW's leading craftspeople - Tracy Gumm,
Eugene Zacharewicz, Tony Ward, Adam Warburton, Helen White, Hugh Jones, Richard
Crosland, Alex McDowell and John Brassell - will present their work at the Sydney
Timber & Working with Wood Show.
by John Swinkels
An avid woodturner, John
turns his attention to the hand bellows and develops a design suitable for manufacture
on the lathe.
Butterfly - Marquetry
by Jan Walker
Suitable for the beginner
as well as those more advanced, this attractive design made from Tasmanian timber
veneers can be used as a picture or as a decoration on a woodworking project.
Rules for Successful Proportions
by Steve Maskery
Arithmetic and Geometric Progressions, Hambridge Rectangles - Steve discusses
what they mean and how they can be used when developing your woodworking designs.
or Bathroom Cabinet
by Don Phillips
Make better use of your
bathroom with this large capacity wall-hung storage unit. While the joinery is
relatively simple, once you have mastered the housing joints youíll be able to
make bookcases, cupboards and dressers.
Pro-Mount Detailing Stand
by Brendan Stemp
found, this simple device has many uses in the woodworker's workshop.
by Allen Barrett
A hotel visit provided the inspiration
for this Arts & Crafts style desk or table lamp. The design incorporates a 'trick'
to avoid the need for long-hole boring.
by Robert Allison
Reminiscent of jeweller's display
cases, this 80-drawer cabinet uses a modular design to speed up assembly. By adding
or deleting modules during construction, the height and capacity of the finished
cabinet can be altered as required.
Fishing' - Pyrography
by Carolyn McCully
Another of Scot Flynn's
drawings, this fun pattern provides an opportunity to experiment with colour and
textures, to improve your pyrography skills.
Workshop Ideas Book
by Andy Rae
Chairs & Beds
from The Editors of Woodworker's Journal
Wood Lamination Projects
by Jerry Syfert
with Rip & Tammi Mann
Making Wheels Easy - #1 & #2
Drawer Making - The Professional Approach
Workshop Essentials : Jigs & Accessories
Woodcarving 2. Letter
with Chris Pye
Frank Russell's Power Carving Fur,
Feathers & Fins