Creative Woodworks & crafts 2000-11, страница 12
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Cohen Darren S. Cohan
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Kditor Gearge Ahlers Associate Editor
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Ukv Demure.-it Scrolling Fill to is Dirk Boelmtm Marilyn Carmin Roy King Scott Kochc.ndorfc.r Rick Ltmgabaitgh Karen Ltmgabaugh John Nelson Raymond Wilckens Dan Wi/ckem Painting Editor Carving Editor
Sheila Uergner Ivan Whillock
Intarsia Editor Techniques Editor
Robert J. ftlavacek. Sr. Joe Hermann
m Craft this beautiful Honey Bco and Flower li from Garnet Hall!
Create the beautiful l ime Square Clock from John Nelson!
Kathleen Nosti Graphic Designers Kimberty Husar • Beverly Hen ' Deborah Mellinger Photographer Andy Chen Illustrator Web Developer
Robert Borkovski Natalie Rhine-smith
Scroll this Great Horned Owl from Liz of
Leam to realistically render wildlife with the Fox Mini Clock from Floyd Reynolds!
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Saw the whimsical Sailing the Globe Plaque from Matthew D. Romack!
You want more intarsia projects?! Try your hand at this challenging Boer Goal from Robert J. lllavacek Sr. of Wildlife Intarsia Designs'
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Note: in some of the Full Size Pattern Sections found in the last issue of Creative Woodworks and Crafts (October 2000), the Music Box lid pattern was inadvertently trimmed so that the scalloping on one edge is cut off. Tf you got one of those issues and want a complete pattern, we would be happy (o send you one at no cost. Simply contact our editorial office at 243 Newton-Sparta Road, Newton, NJ 07860, attention: George Ahlcrs.