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November 2006

November 2006

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Holiday 2006

Holiday 2006

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September 2006

September 2006

Welcome to the 118th edition of Creative Woodworks and Crafts!
For this issue's editorial, we're hearing from a few of our regular contributors.

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June 2006

June 2006

Welcome to the 116th edition of Creative Woodworks and Crafts! For this issue's editorial, we're hearing from a few of our regular contributors!

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April 2006

April 2006

Welcome to the 115th edition of Creative Woodworks and Crafts! For this issue's editorial, we're hearing from a few of our regular contributors!

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March 2006

March 2006

Welcome to the 114th edition of Creative Woodworks & Crafts! After a long absence from our pages, it's good to welcome Janice Manuel back as a project designer. Janice is a very talented, well-rounded, professional woodworker who brings a high level of craftsmanship to her work, whether it be scrolling, cabinetry, inlay, or furniture. Her Hidden Hearts White Corian® Box is a fine project, and you can expect to see more of Janice’s designs in upcoming issues.

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January 2006

January 2006

In keeping with this theme of education, our hope here at Creative Woodworks & Crafts is to continually expose readers to new ideas in the area of woodworking. This issue, for example, features the last article in our mini lathe series by Scott and Kathy Griffith. Throughout this series, they demonstrated how to make items ranging from kaleidoscopes to magnifying glasses to, of course, pens. And scroller Rick Hutcheson is back in this issue with an article offering hints for cutting miniature puzzles and other tiny items.

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