And the Winners Are….

This is the moment you all have been waiting for! The red carpet has been rolled out and potential winners are walking down the scarlet way past waiting paparazzi, decked out in their best Red Wing boots and dungarees.

As you likely remember, to celebrate National Woodworking Month in April I proposed a challenge: send in an image of your recent work for us to share (see the links below) and we would randomly select three folks to receive a woodworking prize. (In this case a $50 gift card to Rockler.)

Without more ado, here are the winners! Nice work!

  • Don Gwinn
  • Herb Brodie
  • David Rust

And to the more than 60 other folks who entered, I want to offer a sincere thanks. It was wonderful to receive your project images and descriptions, and it was inspiring to see the creativity and craft you have displayed. Thanks again!

Thanks again.

Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal

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Learn how to inlay a simple geometric accent in wood. It is a great way to enhance your projects, and it is easier than it sounds. I inlayed a set of stretched diamonds into a tabletop I made recently, and I used a Shaper Origin to do the work. Now, I’ll show you how to make these inlays by hand.

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