TSC Vol. 1 Issue 3



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Contents of this issue include:

  • On Museums and Miniatures; Editorial Essay by James (Jim) Dorsett
  • Modeling From Prototype: A 17th Century Gateleg Table by Bill Sevebeck
  • A Connecticut Colonial: The Whitman House; Part 3: Finishing the interior … and discovering the tedium of laying flooring
  • Beauty in Usefulness: Shaker Pedestal Stand: A simple exercise in beginning lathe techniques, using spindle and face plate turnings
  • The Cabinetmaker’s Shop Manual: (Working with the Dremel Moto-lathe); Some ways of maximizing your enjoyment of a widely available and reasonably priced tool
  • An Introduction to Hand-Woven Caning: Basic hand-woven caning techniques in six steps … and two beginning projects … with more to come in TSC v1i4
  • Caning: A Victorian Side Chair; A slightly flared and molded seat introduces a small degree of caning difficulty
  • Caning: A Contemporary Bamboo Headboard; An easy, rectangular caning panel for the beginner
  • Miniatures In Flame: Bargello, Needle-work stitches and diagrams that will engulf a model chair in a blaze of color
  • Transition Side Chair
  • Practice in Rushing and Turning: A Shaker Ladderback, by Kathy Sevebeck. Modifying a ladderback kit … with some techniques in seat rushing.
  • Where Simplicity is Virtue: Two 19th Century Kitchen Pieces. Bashing two kits for the sake of producing two functional kitchen pieces.


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