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November 2007

November 2007

We have last-minute holiday projects, including some lovely Victorian Sled Ornaments by Sheila Bergner-Landry and a scrolled poinsettia design by Wayne and Jacob Fowler. The animal kingdom is well represented with several animal-themed projects like our yellow lab puppy intarsia by Annja Starrett, and Marilyn Carmin's "Clan" of eagle, raven, bear, wolf, and cougar. Diana Thompson's candleholder centerpiece and Gary MacKay's scroll-sawn candy dish will help you set an attractive table for guests this holiday season. Welcome those same guests to your home with the beautiful sounds of Bob Betting's musical door harp. continued ...

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Holiday 2007

Holiday 2007

It's been fun assembling this year's collection of projects and articles. I was particularly touched by the work Gary Browning and his associates have done in recent years through Project Freedom. For those of you who are not familiar with this effort, Project Freedom involves a group of scrollers who have reached out to families of American military service members who have lost their lives in Afghanistan and Iraq. The unselfishness and compassion shown by this group is truly inspiring, and "Sharing Your Blessings," which begins on page 16 of this issue, gives you an inside look at this heart-warming venture. continued ...

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September 2007 cover September 2007
From eagles to egrets, kokopellis to clocks, there is a wide variety of projects included in this current issue of Creative Woodworks & Crafts. Wayne Bosler III has provided a unique scrolling project with his butterfly he has designed using a "through the glass technique." The butterfly is comprised of two pieces, and magnets are inserted into each half. To display the finished piece, simply align the two halves on either side of a piece of glass, and the butterfly seems to float through the air! Jeff Zaffino provides yet another butterfly design. His Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly is an image of a butterfly that is completely made up from smaller tigers. Don't miss John Polhemus' article on modifying your tools and shop lighting to provide the best possible scrolling experience for yourself, and, of course, our reader's gallery always continues to amaze us with the talent of our readers.

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August 2007 cover August 2007
It appears we were in the throes of cabin fever when putting together this August issue of Creative Woodworks & Crafts, because one look at the assortment of projects shows how desperately we must have wanted to get out into the nice weather! Wayne Bosler's Handcrafted Fishing Lures will have you heading out with your fishing gear, Sheila Bergner-Landry's Dog Leash Holder will encourage you to take Fido out for a stroll, and Sue Mey's Lighthouse Towel Rack will get you packing for the beach! From Bruce Worthington's Garden Finches intarsia to Diana Thompson's cheery Flower Basket, the projects in this issue will have you celebrating everything that is beautiful about this time of year.

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June 2007 June 2007
There is something for everyone in our June issue of Creative Woodworks & Crafts. Box makers can take their pick from Janice Manuel's elegant box made from cherry wood or Diana Thompson's walnut box with a sliding lid. For the clock makers among you, select from the Wilckens' Tambour Clock, Sue Mey's Fret and Overlay Clocks, and Diana Thompson's Musical Clocks. Animal and wildlife subjects are well-represented too. From eagles to hummingbirds, deer to manatees, a wide range of choices is included. Wayne and Jacob Fowler even provided a great selection of farm animal puzzles with their "Down on the Farm" project. Rounding out this eclectic mix, we have Jeff Zaffino's motorcycle (featured on the cover), Shelli Robinson's Crusader, a shelf by Dirk Boelman, and a graduation scrapbook cover by Sue Mey.

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April 2007

April 2007
Welcome to our April, 2007 issue! It's been a lot of fun putting this issue together. One aspect of this work that I especially enjoy is Reader's Gallery. When we first started this feature, I must admit my expectations were modest—I figured we'd have a page or two in every issue showing what our readers were creating in wood, but I never imagined this feature to have the positive impact on our basic operation that it has had. First, it has unearthed a lot of new talent. For example, this issue's cover features Don Ramage's Gorilla. We "discovered" Don through Reader's Gallery.

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March 2007

March 2007

Scrolling Projects: Gone Fishing, Evening Serenade, Heart Box, Belted Kingfishers, Leaf Shelf, Yin & Yang, Marilynís Doll Rocker, Sailing Away, Tiny Tot Zoo Puzzle, Wolf Howl,  Catfish, Carousel Wind Chimes, Daytona Dock, Curvy Frames.Intarsia Projects: Grinning Gator, Rocky Mountain Stallion.

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January 2007 January 2007
The real challenge is to find inspiration all about us, in all the “little” things. I am always struck by how well our designers for Creative Woodworks & Crafts are able to do just that. Look to Shelli Robinson’s “Wishes for Beauregard” for an example of this, where she captured the magic experienced by a little girl as she blows dandelion wishes for her best buddy. And Bruce Worthington’s “Wine Country” turns a simple setting of wine and cheese into a beautiful work of art.

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