Woodworker: Jeff AndersonThis tea table (12 in. deep by 24 in. wide by 14 in. tall) has a serving-tray top with storage below. Anderson designed it for his wife's former boss, a tea lover. The woods...
Woodworker: Craig Vandall Stevens
Craig Vandall Stevens is an excellent chip carver and this solid panel screen gives him a broad canvas. The panels look solid but are very light, just 1/4 in. thick...
Chippendale-style chest of drawers by Mac Campbell. The chest is accented with reeded quarter columns, cock beading, carved feet and brass pulls. The construction of the reeded columns for this mahogany chest are outlined in FW#93, pp. 81-83.
Lowe’s Chippendale-style corner cabinet does double duty as an entertaiment center. Made with a trapezoidal back Lowe was able to gain enough interior space to house a TV. See his construction methods in FW#106, pp. 82-85.
This mahogany Goddard-Townsend-style secretary is one of nine created by first-time woodworkers under the instruction of Allan Breed. Breed was contacted to teach the group after he was profiled in an issue of Home Furniture magazine.
This reproduction chest-on-chest is made from Honduras mahogany, maple, and tulip poplar. It features crotch mahogany veneer drawer fronts with holly inlay and a carved phoenix on its peak. It is finished with French-polished shellac.