These are some pictures of Rocking Horses made of Red Oak and Walnut. There have been some variations, but for the most part they are from the patterns developed by Rich and made by several members in classes conducted by Rich.
Rocking Horseby Richard Hollis
Cradle for First Granddaughterby Jerry bailey
Spotted in a photograph on the internet, prospective grandmother asks member Jerry to make this for their granddaughter. With a little help from his friends, the cradle was completed and delivered before the baby arrived. Made of Cherry, some Maple accents and stained Cherry, the headboard was...
Back Bar and Wine Storage Unitby Gary Fox
This unit is made of Cherry wood and finished in sprayed polyurethane. Built as a stand-alone unit, it contains wine glass holders, wine bottle rack and display shelving, and a built-in wine cooler.
Hand Carved Adirondack Chairsby Bruce Litchfield
Made of select Cherry wood, hand carved and finished with Helman's Spar urethane by Bruce Litchfield, these chairs scream, "Kick back and enjoy life!"
Segmented Vaseby Scott Sturman
After spending approximately eighty hours assembling eleven hundred fifty three pieces of wood and turning them on the lathe, Woodchips member Scott Sturman ended up with this beautiful vase.
Poplar Cabinetby Teo Oruc
An Anthem couple commissioned this cabinet built by Woodchips craftsmen. The cabinet is constructed of poplar finished in sprayed on "Black Magic" satin latex paint. The cherry top of the lower unit and the lower back of the upper unit were stained to match the couple's existing table. Woodchips...
Entertainment Centerby Teo Oruc
This solid walnut Entertainment Center was built for a SCA resident as a shop project. It was also featured in the March Spirit magazine. The client wanted to incorporate an electric fireplace which was a challenge. Woodchips member, Teo Oruc directed the project with help from members: Phil...
Built-in Cabinetby Forrest Fetherolf
A built in cabinet was recently completed for a SCA resident. This Woodchips Shop Project was a team effort led by Forrest Fetherolf. The build team was Don Duley and John Cochran. The stain/finish was completed by Don and John with help from Scott Sturman. In addition to the members mentioned...