January 2014 Show & Tell Pictures

Bill Battocchio


For the challenge, Bill made this Jewelry from assorted wood and finished them in wax.
1/10/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Dick Elsley


Ear Rings for the challenge made from Maple, Bloodwood, and Padauk. The finish is Polyurethane.
1/10/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Gourlay


Driftwood Diamondback. Bill took a year to figure out what he could do with this piece.
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Aubrey Grey

Jeep Plaque made from Cherry and Baltic Birch plywood backing and a picture from National Geographic. Pattern from Steve Good (http://www.scrollsawworshop.blogspot.com)


Ornaments all made from Cherry and finished in Lacquer. Patterns from both Steve Good and from modifications of other designs.

Nativity Scene from Cherry and a pattern by Steve Good. The pieces are 'push out' tapered.

Key Rack made from White Oak and finished in Oak Stain and Lacquer. The pattern was made in Photoshop from misc key images from Google.
01/09/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Dick Harmon


Candle Holder Set made from Maple and Walnut. Finish is Polyurethane. Dick had some difficulty in making the tapered holes for the candles.
1/10/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Gene Haury


Shopping List Holder made from Hickory and finished in Natural Watco.

The Bowl and Letter Opener and Key Caddy were made by John McNeil, Gene's grandson and are among his first projects. The finish on the bowl is Mineral Oil and floor wax mixed. The others are finished in Formby's.
1/10/2014 Click on image to see closeup.

Lee Truman


Cutting Board made with end-grain. Note the mint penny designating the year of construction!
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Dan Waingrow


Redwood Bowtie carved by Dan for the challenge.
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Bill Watkins


Plate made from Cherry and finished in Polyurethane. According the Bill the pattern was 'KISS' (keep it simple)!
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Shaun Young


Segmented Bowls. The first is made from Maple and Oak. The second from Walnut and Maple. Both are finished in Mineral Oil
1/10/2014 Click on image to see closeup.