Project Showcase

  • Woodchips Window Display Refreshed!
    by Woodchips

    Lawrence Peterson, who has primary responsibility for maintaining Woodchips displays throughout the SCA campus, has refreshed the window display outside the front entrance to the Woodchips shop. The display features a variety of art pieces, all made possible with the simple scroll saw! Each creation showcases the colors of the natural wood only-- no stains or paints were used.

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  • Woodchips Went To The Fair!
    by Woodchips

    The 2021 SCA Fall Arts & Crafts Fair was held Sat, Oct 9. Lots of residents stopped by the Woodchips tables to browse, visit, shop, and inquire about membership. A Special Thank You to Mike R, Lawrence P, and Mike K for "manning" the tables during Jeannie's long-planned vacation! So many compliments, so little time! 

    Enjoy the photos . . . 

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  • Fancy Cutting Boards
    by David Kay

    Cutting boards made by Woodchipper David Kay from Black Walnut and Hard Maple (from Peterman Lumber).  David used Titebond III glue for water resistance.  Each board was finished with a couple of coats of mineral oil followed by a coating of a mixture of bee's wax and mineral oil.

    Beautiful work, David! 

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  • Arts & Crafts Club Cabinet
    by Eckhard Fadtke

    Eckhard Fadtke and his teams just completed two large projects for the Arts & Crafts Club. This is the first project. Replacement of Club lockers and storage cubbies at the rear of the Arts & Crafts space.

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  • Arts & Craft Club Lockers
    by Eckhard Fadtke

    Eckhard Fadtke and his teams just completed two large projects for the Arts & Crafts Club. This is the second project. Replacement of member lockers in the center of the Arts & Crafts classroom/work area.

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  • Bowl Turning
    by Teo Orec

    This recent bowl turning by Teo Oruc consists of 1681 pieces in 36 layers. Each layer is only 0.145” (4mm) thick.  Final size is 11.81” x 9.25”. From start to finish it took about 2 weeks to finish. Teo worked on it everyday for about 5 hours.  Thus, approximately 70 hours, plus the time to do the maquette. Final piece is made with hardwoods: wenge, padauk, yellow heart, and maple.

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  • Serving Piece
    by Allen Weintraub

    Woodchipper Allen W. created this beautiful serving piece that splits into 3 connecting sections.  It consists of soft maple and walnut. Nice job, Allen!  

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  • Star of David
    by LawrencePeterson

    The Star of David, also know as the Shield of David, has been a symbol associated with Judaism for centuries. A stone which dates back to the 3rd century is in a synagogue in Galilee . There are extensive mystical meaning ascribed to the symbol.

    This design, by scroller Lawrence Peterson, is in seven layers. Shown are a painted version and a hardwood(s) design.

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  • Celtic Cross
    by Lawrence Peterson

    Woodchipper Lawrence P. created this four layer scroll saw design that is 9.5" x 7.5".  It consists of Cedar, Lacewood, Maduro and Ash and is from an original design by Ukrainian artist Alex Fox. 

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  • Golden Knights
    by Lawrence Peterson

    Five layer original scroll saw design. Made with Walnut, Maple, Oak, Paduk, and Ash. Made for a friend who is a big Knights fan.  Go Knights!
     

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Logo Gear is Back!

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Logo Gear is Back!

Please see 10/13/2021 eBlast for information and instructions for ordering Woodchips shirts and logo gear. This year's "order by" date is November 15-- orders cannot be accepted after that date.

Information and instructions will also be available in the shop on and after October 17.

Ned Fouste 
2021 Woodchips President

FACE MASKS MANDATORY Starting Friday 7/30/2021

Until further notice, consistent with the State and SCA mandates issued Tuesday, 7/27/2021, face masks covering the nose and mouth shall again be required for all persons while in the Woodchips shop. 

Ned Fouste
2021 Woodchips President