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The Woodworker's JournalVol. 6, No. 5September/October 1982
Included In This Issue: Contemporary Writing Desk Spaghetti Measure Horizontal Boring Jig Early American Comer Cupboard Whale Toy
BACK E S U E S I
Each issue of THE WOODWORKER 'SJOURNAL is filled with detailed plans for all types of woodworking projects, a few of which are shown above. There are also regular columns on restoring antiques and workshop income plus useful jigs and shop tips, but our main purpose has always been to provide our readers with a variety of PROJECT PLANS. Check the contents of available issues below and send your order today ... supplies are limited.Jig, Counting-House Vd. 1No. S sSpt.Oa Desk, Dancing Man Fol?oyTf&er Ste Chest. Duck Decoys. 3 Wall Decorations, Hutch c u p L d . Collector's Pier Cabinet. Box Joint Jig. Picture Frame. Vd. 4, No. 5 Sap(-Oet 'M): Cabinetmaker's Workbench, Cobbler's Bench C d e e Table. 19th Cent. Cherry Table. Kitchen Utensils. Book R a k . Nuts 8r Bolts. Nutcracker. Walnut & Glass BanL. SchoolhouseDesk. Booster Seat.NOv-Dec 'BO: 17th Cent. TovTruck. Bud Vase. Grain Scoop, Letter Rack. Phone ~ ; m oCaddy. Toy Circus Wagons. Animal Puzzles. Library Stool. Quilt Rack. Ratchet Table/Lamp. 18th Cent. Trestle Table. Lathe Steady Rest.
ing Cabinet with Tambour Doors, 18th Cent. Tavern Table. Router Jig for Stopped Dadoes. Vd. 5, No. 6 Nov-Dee '81: Old-Time Icebox. Victorian Sled. Tile Clock, Wine Glass Holder. Mahogany Wall Shelf, Inkwell. Ba el Slicer. Seal Push Toy, Wooden combs, A~~~~~~ fnife T ~ M~~~ ~ , ~ ~ pube, i ~ ~ l contemporary, l ~ ~ ~ shelving, weather station, ~ h ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i ~l ~ a ~ Vol. 6, No. 1 Jm-Feb '82: Contemporary Sofa Table. Artist's Easel* Laminated Box* Butcher Block Knife Rack. Frog Pull Toy. Infinity Mirror. Japanese Style Table Lamp. Empire Footstool, Desk Caddy. Stepped-Back Hutch. Buckboard Seat. Latticework Cutting Jig. Vd. 6. No. 2 M u - A p r '82: Early American Blanket Chest. 18th Cent. Comer Shelf. Pine Footstool. Cheese Cutting Board. Napkin Holder. Trivets. Coaster Set. Pierced Tin Cabinet. Hutch Clock. Oak File Cabinet. Mahogan! Tripod Table. Wall Hung Plant Bracket. Vd. 6, No. 3 MayJlllle '82: Country Kitchen Cabinet. Rough-Sawn Cedar Clock, Swin ing Cradle, Toy Helicapter. Casserole Dish Holder, Ship's Wheel Weather Station. Octagonal Planter. Tambour Desk. Band Saw Boxes. 19th Cent. Step-Chair. Sailing Ship Weather Vane.
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Holidny Gifts. Cent. TapMg @UNIg Frame. Tot's Tricycle, Swedish Door Harp. Vd. 4 NO. 1 l u - F s b 'W: Dw hbox End Table. Contem M s e a t . Maho any &airside Table, Corner ~ u p g b r r dPart I, Smalf R n e Corner Cabinet, Knife Rack-Cuttins Borrd. Aoole-Shaved M i o r . Pine T a w Dispenser. Kuxillia+ ~ i i - ~~fi fb l for Tablesaw. . e Vd. 4 No. 2 Mu-& &?a PI+wood + ' k & Carrier, Red B m n Triplane Toy. R n e R e Safe wth Pierced Tin Panels, Contemp. Glass Top Coffee Table and Matching EndTable, 19th Cent. Pine Commode, Comer Cupboard Part U. Butcher Block Toy Box. Mahogany Corner Shelf. Jig for Wooden Trivets. Radial Arm Crosscut Table. Vol. 4 No. 3 M.JJlw '80: Miniature Cam 'gn C e t hs. 19th Cent. Sawbuck Table. Decorative K g , Violin Sconce. Shaker Cutlery T n y . Swinging Bracket & Planter. Club Chair & Ottoman. Oat Cottage Chair. Wooden Lock. Vd. 4 No. 4 1dy.A.q Rack. Gothic OIL Stool, Whale Cribba e ' & ? f e 1 Cradle. Nut & Bolt 1 Toy. Basketweave Janters, Eas Wall Clock. Router Bit Box. Pine Cellarette. Lap dlessborrd. Pine Wall Box.
Vol. 5, No.1 Jm-Fcb '81: 18th Cent. Wall Shelves, Hand Mirror. Cutting Boards. Tic-Tac-Toe Game. 18th Cent. Vanity, Shaker Pine Cu board, Tenon ~ iTowel , ~ Ring, Matchbox, Corner Sherves, Contemporaw Cabi n e c Black Forest Clock. Shop Drawing Boaid. Vd. 5, No. 2 M u - A p r '81: Child's Raker. Budsaw Jig. Push-Pull Toy. Half-Round Table. Spoon Rack. Salt and Pepper Shaken. Calculator Stand. Anchor Thetmometer, Plant Stand. Oak Writing Desk. 19 Cent. Chair Table. Shop-Built Handscrew. Vd. S, No. 3 M.yJ-.'Blr 18th e t . Sleigh Scat. Child's Step Stool. Kiddle Gym. Flying, Duck. Domlnoes. Trouser Hanger. Mug Rack. Fold~ngSun Seat. Ship's Wheel Table. Conternporaq- Buffet.
'81: Loaghaa Steer. Bike Rack. Vd. 5. No. 4 JdyMiniature Chest. 3 H o u . u Bed. Curio Shelves, Belt Rack. Rocker Footrest. E d y American Wall Shelf. Multipurpose Cabinet. Box Cutting Jig.Val. 5, No. S Spt-Oet '81: 18th Cent. Rudder Table. Musical Jewelry Box. Colonial Candlestick. Deacon's Wall Shelf. Toy Hippo. Spalted Boxes. Woodbox. Sew-
'8 Vd. 6, No. 4 J d y - A a g ~ t 2: Dovetailed Footstool, Toy Chest. Plant Stand, 18th Cent: Lawyer's Case, Frame and Panel Joint with Decorahve Bevel. Collector's Plate Frame, To Jeep. Trestle Table and Bench. 19th Cent. Danish hashstand. Contemporary Wall Valet.
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The Woodworker's JournalVOLUME 6, NUMBER 5 SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 1982
Shoptalk Letters Workshop Income Restoring Antiques More Finishing Tips The Beginning Woodworker Pinned and Wedged Mortise and Tenon Joints The Gift Shop Shop Tips Cabinetmakers' Supplies Cane Suppliers, Finishing Suppliers
Cutting a compound curved leg (page 36) Editor and Publisher James J. McQuillan Associate Publisher Margaret E . McQuillan Managing Editor Thomas G . Begnal Contributing Editors Paul Levine John W. Olson Subscription Department Patricia A. Friberg, Manager Jennifer Johnson Advertising and Promotion Susan Low Averill, Manager Kim Streeter Gellatly Art and Paste-Up Judy Robinson
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Early American Hanging Corner Cupboard by Steve Benjamin Breakfast Serving Tray Veneered End Table by Robert A. McCoy Chess Table by Roger E. Schroeder Chest of Drawers Contemporary Writing Desk by WalterMiles Towel Holder by Don McLean Whale Toy Laminated Shoehorn by Sam Allen Spaghetti Measure - Candle Holder by Robert A. McCoy Horizontal Boring Jig by L.A. Simonson
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ShoptalkThe Birth of a Project The convoluted process by which a seemingly simple project reaches its final published state never fails to fascinate me. As an example, the "simple" towel holder on page 41 was conceived many weeks ago when I mentioned that a relatively easy-to-make utilitarian project, preferably in a contemporary style, was needed to fill one page. A cousin of mine who had a lot of unwelcomed leisure time while recovering from a motorcycle accident, got word of our urgent need and mailed in some sketches for a towel rack that was basically a slotted box fastened to a wall. The basic idea was intriguing so we built a prototype and, as we usually do, showed it to all of the staff to get their reactions. Everyone tried it out with dish towels and all agreed that it was an attractive and useful design. I liked it but felt that the prototype was a bit too "klunky" looking and that the design needed some further refining. Someone suggested that it would look better if the slotted board appeared to be set out from the wall with no visible means of support. It took about half an hour to come up with a way to create this effect without being too complicated or wasteful of material and we all felt pretty good about the final design. It looked good, was useful, inexpensive and easy to make. As far as we were concerned, all our criteria had been met. A finished piece was made and rushed to the photo studio ... another "simple" project completed. Another Computer Coincidental with turning out our biggest issue ever, we multiplied our daily problems by making a transition from one computer system to another. Being well over the age of 40, I've managed to stumble blissfully through life without
any real understanding of computers and the unique languages needed to deal with them. I once thought that software referred to the dust cover you put over them a t night. Needless to say, this computer change was undertaken only after a lot of soul-searching and anxiety on my pa rt... and only after being convinced that it was immediately necessary to prepare for future growth. I tell you this because you may have noticed that our mailing labels are different. If you are, like me, mistrustful of computers, do not be alarmed by the extra gibberish on the label. The top line consisting of certain letters of your name and the numbers of your zip code is actually the account number by which the computer recognizes you. On the right-hand side of the same line is your expiration date. Some of you, with Jr. or M.D. after your names many be dismayed to find that these distinguishing additions have now been transposed into your middle initials. Apart from looking silly, this will do no harm and the computer will soon be cajoled into putting them back where they belong. If you have any questions or problems concerning your subscription I urge you to refer to our comments on page 23 which implore you not to suffer in silence. Let our Circulation Department know if something is wrong and if you're really steamed up, write to me personally. More Big Shows Two annual Excellence in Woodworking shows are coming up soon. For Easterners the place to be October 15th to 17th is Madison Square Garden. The midwestern show will be held November 12th to 14th at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Chicago. Admission at either show is $5.00. These shows have become quite an annual event which all woodworkers will enjoy so come up out of the cellar and see what the other guys are doing. Jim McQuillan
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Thank you very much for publishing my letter requesting information regarding my 6 inch Sears planer, in the July/August 1982 issue of your fine magazine The Woodworker's Journal. I received many, many letters with all sorts of hints, copies of similar tools and many fine wishes. It is a great feeling opening the mail and realizing the time, effort and expense these fine people have gone through to help out someone like me. Believe me when I say - even if I don't solve the jointer problem satisfactarily, I'm more than happy to know there are people out in the world willing to give of themselves to aid another unknown person. Again, thanks for the favor of rinting the letter and to know that i f e is still worth being a woodworker hobbyist. Walter A.Wisniewski,N.Versailles,PA Walter, we think your letter says a lot about our many readers. It seems they all have a love for the craft of making things in wood, and won 't hesitate to share that knowledge and experience with someone who also enjoys this special craft. Hope you have that jointer running smoothly soon. Editor's Note: Here are a few more letters that have us stumped. I have been trying to get a manual and a schematic for a model #109.0703 Sears metal lathe. Sears told me it was a discontinued model and no informa(continued on page 12)
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tion was available. They wouldn't tell me who the maker of that lathe was. I wrote to Action Line in the Detroit Free Press, but I didn't get an answer from them. I am hoping the readers of The Woodworker'sJournal might have a lathe with the same model number and could get me a manual and schematic. Walter Banish 20862 Hunt Club Harper Woods, MI 48225 I have the old Craftsman three wheel band saw, model 103.24300, for which I need a manual. They are no longer available from Sears. I also have a Craftsman 9 inch table saw with the micro-adjustment fence, model 103.20003. For years I have looked for table extensions for the saw without success. I would like to find the extensions that allow the fine adjustment on the fence to be used across the full width of the table. If any of the readers of The Woodworker's Journal can help, I would be most grateful. R.H. Rockwell 5852 Lowell Ave. Alexandria, VA 22312 I'm looking for plans for a lawn ornament in the style of a lighthouse. I've seen windmills and wishing wells, but never a lighthouse. Can you help? M. Herroscheck 26528 Wagner Warren, MI 48089 I am looking for plans for baby beds. There are some babies coming soon to relatives, and my husband and I would like to provide special, made-with-love new beds for these little ones. We enjoyed the cradle plans in a recent (May/June 1982) issue of The Woodworker's Journal. Now, can you help us find baby bed plans for when the cradle is outgrown? Thanks for your help. Mrs. Diane Presley 4109 Shelby Road Millington, TN 38053
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It's always enjoyable to hear from readers who have had some success marketing rojects that were featured in The Woodworker's Journol. 8 n e wrote to say that he sold eight. een Swedish door harps (The Woodworker's Journal, November/December 1979) to friends. A senior citizens' woodworking shop made the doughbox end table (The Woodworker'sJournal, January/February 1980) to sell at a crafts show. And perhaps the most popular item has been the oak salt and pepper shakers featured in MarchIAprii 1981. One reader, apparently a pretty effective salesman, sold over 100 pairs of them. The message from these let. ters, and many others, seems to be that more and more part-time woodworkers are making things to sell. By making items for sale, a woodworker not only enjoys the obvious benefit - making a little extra money; he can also expect to gain a certain feelin$ of worth and sense of accomplishment that comes from a job well done. I've seen high-salaried professional people derive a sense of satisfaction from their woodworking shop that they can't get at the office. To enjoy woodworking this way is a worthwhile end in itself. When a woodworker sells something made with his own hands, it is a reinforcement and validation of the whole process. If you have been thinking of making things to sell in your workshop, and enjoy these rewards, I can't think of a better time than right now to get started. Despite the poor economy, most crafts have had a track record that can only be described as phenomenal. For ex. ample, the Northeast Crafts Fair at Rhinebeck, NY ha5 been so successful that a second show has been formed called the American Craft Salon. And all throughout the country, craft shows and shops are springing into existence. The American Craft Museum has even opened another mu. seum for crafts in the International Paper Company build.
ing in New York Cit . increasing interest in crafts is the Other signs of tKe growth of the number of books available. These range from do-it-yourself and furniture building, to how to write do-ityourself books, and who to sell all this stuff to. Many woodworking supply companies offer a good selection of these books. craftsmen groups that have formed. Some of societies, and sign of the growing interest is the number Still another
We are always interested in origId plans for furniture (all styles), toys, clocks, jigs, and accessories. To receive consideration for publication we need:
1. M y dimensioned s k e t c h . This doesn't mean we expect the work of a rofessional draftsman in fact, the sketch can be Bone freehand (we re-draw all sketches). Just make them as clear as possible and be sure to include all necessary dimensions.
these groups meet specific needs, such as the Marquetry Society, or S.A.W. (Society of American Woodworkers). With others, the reasons are less formal. They may be groups with common interests, or with whom you can purchase materials at much lower costs. Sometimes these groups get together to form shows. This can be helpful if you feel that you have an item or two that is marketable, but there isn't enough to fill a gallery. If you've had enough convincing, here are some places to start looking for business: The Crafrworker's Market published by Writer's Digest Books 9933 Alliance Road Cincinnati, OH 45242 Lists fairs, shops, shows, and galleries The Crafs Report published by The Crafts Report Publishing Co., Inc. 700 Orange Street Wilmington, DE 19801 Gives u -to-date information on many crafts, and deals with many o the problems facing the professional craftworker
2. A Mgh quality black and whlte photo. By "high quality" we mean clear, sharp and free from distracting background. An examination of any current issue will provide a good idea of what we look for in photo quality.
3. A write-up tlmt e s p b bow the project was d e . Include finishing instructions, and describe in detail any special techniques.Send all material in an envelope of adequate size. Back the photo with stiff cardboard, and note on the envelope, "Photo, do not bend". Mail to Tbe Woodworker's Jcmmrl, P.O. Box 1629, 25 Town View Dr.. New Milford. CT 06776. "Attention: Editor". We will respond in 4-5 weeks.
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