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ISSUE ARCHIVES

SEPT/OCT 2000
Volume 43 /  Issue 1

IN THIS ISSUE
Project Articles
Grandfather Clock, Part 1
Gumball Machine
The Dancin’ Duck Puppet

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Feature Articles and Neat Stuff
You’ll Find Inside

A Clockmaker’s Diary
 
The first of a three-installment series on building an heirloom-quality Grandfather’s Clock
 
Here’s a clock anyone would be proud to display and say, “I built that”. In our first installment, we’ll build the top or hood assembly of the clock, then follow-up in subsequent issues with the waist and base assemblies.  Don’t miss a single installment!

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Getting “A Ball” Out of Your Woodworking
 
A nifty Mason jar Gumball Machine — just in time for Christmas!
 
Whether your kids or grand-kids are in grade school or college, they’ll love one of these classy wooden gumball machines. It’s an easy week-end project that’s sure to delight!

The “Dancin’ Duck” Waltzes Straight into the Hearts of Flea Market and Craft Show Attendees
 
Warm up your Scroll or Bandsaw and get set to “make some hay” with this delightful puppet!
 
The kids love ‘em.  So do parents, grandparents and anyone else who sees them.  In fact, a quick demonstration is all it takes to get almost anyone excited about this cute little puppet.  And, they’re so easy to craft that making money with the “Dancin Duck” is a real breeze!

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