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November 2008

November 2008

Boo!, Give Thanks, and Ho! Ho! Ho! From Halloween clocks to Thanksgiving turkey and holly-motif Christmas projects...we've got you covered for the holidays with this November 2008 issue of Creative Woodworks & Crafts! 26 fabulous new patterns await you, including a lovely selection of clocks, wildlife-themed pieces, and word art. As always, we also have some informative articles to keep you up-to-date in the field of woodworking. Wayne Bosler provides detailed steps for adding a faux-marbled look to your wood pieces, and Wes Demarest returns with a new installment of his Wood Pile series, this time teaching us about mesquite. Hope you enjoy this latest issue of Creative Woodworks & Crafts, and Happy Scrolling!

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Holiday 2008

Let yourself get carried away with the holiday spirit as you browse through the pages of our special Holiday 2008 issue! Ornaments abound, and they run the gamut from basic scroll-sawn designs to circular inlayed snowflakes. Dirk and Karen Boelman share their tips for carrying your ornament-making to the "next level" as they discuss various aspects of the process, including stack-cutting, selecting assorted materials for your ornaments, and options for finishing and displaying your pieces. Don't miss this informative article!

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September 2008

Any woodworker looking to improve his or her crafting skills needs to look no further than this September issue of Creative Woodworks & Crafts! Improve your inlaying techniques with Sue Mey's Butterfly Box. Learn about negative versus positive cuts with Wayne and Jacob Fowler's Rooster Tails. Hone your compound cutting skills to create Diana Thompson's stunning Dogwood Blossoms in a Vase. Dirk and Karen Boelman walk you through the process of personalizing gift pieces with their Birth-Day Plaques. And for fans of intarsia, read up on Barry Brooke's method for inlaying pieces, then check out Bruce Worthington's and Janette Square's informative article on wood selection for intarsia projects.

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August 2008

What a mix of projects in this issue of Creative Woodworks & Crafts! Summer is clearly upon us, as evidenced by Sue Mey's Secluded Beach Layerscape and Nautical Clock, and Wayne and Jacob Fowler's Sanibel Blue Heron.You'll be able to entertain in style when you serve snacks in Diana Thompson's Seashell Chip & Dip Dish and display your wine selection in Wayne Bosler's Wine Caddy.Intarsia enthusiasts will be amazed by the detail in Bruce Worthington's and Janette Square's Pelican, along with the original presentation of Darin Liles' fish pieces.

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June 2008 issue

June 2008

We've gone "back to nature" with our assortment of wildlife projects included in this June issue of Creative Woodworks & Crafts. Selections range from a scrolled Sunrise Elk by Roy King, Scott Kochendorfer, and Bob Valle of Whitetail Designs, to a Woodpecker Segmentation (complete with babies in the nest!) by Deborah Nicholson; from a heartwarming Duck and Chick scene by Wayne and Jacob Fowler to the colorful and zany Fish Sticks by Diana Thompson.

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April 2008

April 2008

With over 22 new and exciting patterns in the April 2008 issue of Creative Woodworks & Crafts, there's sure to be something for everyone! There are incredible wildlife designs, functional box projects, and lovely cross patterns that will be welcome additions to your Easter and spring crafting. Meet marquetry artist Daryoush Ababaf and be inspired by his amazing creations. John Polhemus guides you through the process of making customized frames to fit practically any type of plaque or poster you would like to display. And of course, it's always exciting to see what readers of Creative Woodworks & Crafts are up to in our reader's gallery feature.

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March 2008

The 16 spectacular projects included in this March issue are sure to keep you busy in this new year. How about crafting a personalized Door Knocker designed by Wayne Bosler? If the winter weather has you down, choose a nice tropical print to frame within Deborah Nicholson's Porthole Frame intarsia, and envision sailing off to sunny seas! Tackle Jeff Zaffino's newest offering of a beautiful rendition of the flag raising at Iwo Jima. And treat that "special someone" in your life to a handcrafted Valentine's Heart Box designed by Sue Mey that you fill with chocolates. And just in case you finish all the projects before the April issue arrives, be sure to check out the bonus patterns provided by John Polhemus for making your own push sticks and detail sanders!

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January 2008

January 2008

With the holiday season upon us, it is natural that we acknowledge the many wonderful blessings we have, and this lovely "Give Thanks" word project designed by Toni Burghout and Sue Chrestensen very simply sums up our feelings. We truly do have so many things to be thankful for, not the least of which are those things that help make our job here at the magazine so enjoyable. First, we give thanks for our talented designers, who continually amaze us with their skill and creativity. For example, check out Wayne Bosler's sports-themed switchplates - they are a fun and original way to brighten up a room, and sure to be big hits at craft shows.

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