Another week over and you can certainly tell that Christmas is coming....lots of festive projects underway! So here is a breakdown of last weeks show and tell....
Bill Mooney gave everyone a view of a clock he has made, it's a boxed gimbal clock. Bill made the box and all of the brass work to hold the clock in place and keep it level should the box tilt.
Kevin Purdy showed everyone a piggy bank he had made and some small ornaments in the shape of bird houses which can either hang on a tree or the stand made specially for the purpose.
Len Shield has continued with the Christmas bug and showed us some photos of quilts and cushions made his very talented wife.
Malcolm Ferguson showed everyone a really interesting project made on the bandsaw. The project is a trivet or pot stand which he got in New Zealand, the stand is in a form based on traditional Maori artwork but it comes apart into three separate stands. A full sized template has been provided by Malcolm, you can download it by clicking here.
Stephen Mellor showed us some more of his work, this time featuring a hollow form he had been working on which had some really interesting features.
Photos are below, as usual click on the little image to see a bigger version: