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The TSC Authors Index

Volumes 1 (1976/77) - Volume 20 (1995-1996)

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Sevebeck, Bill

  • The All-Purpose Shaper/Saw Table: (Part 1) 2:4 (37-42); (Part 2) 3:2 (18-21); (Part 3) 3:3 (29)
  • Lamp-Mounted Adjustable Work Clamp: 3:1 (45-47)
  • Modeling From Prototype: A 17th Century Gateleg Table: 1:3 (2-15)
  • Practice in Rushing and Turning: A Shaker ladderback: 1:3 (53-54)
  • Woodturning in the Metalworking Lathe: (Part 1) 1:4 (49-55); (Part 2): 2:1 (26-31); (Part 3) 2:2 (48-53)
  • Working with the Dremel Moto-Lathe: 7:1 (19-22)

Sevebeck, Kathy

  • A Conversation with Harry Whalon: 2:3 (22-25)
  • A Geometric Rug: 2:2 (31-33)
  • A Needle in My Hand (essay): 2:1 (15)
  • Butterflies for Stitching: 4:2 (20-22)
  • Candlewick Spread: Ancestor of Modern Day Chenille: 3:3 (53-54)
  • Cozy, Comfortable, and Early American: Wing Back Sofa, Matching Chair, and Ottoman: 3:3 (6-12
  • Embroidery on Fabric: Three Techniques for Rugs: 2:2 (29-30)
  • Introduction to Embroidery on Canvas: 2:1 (16-21)
  • Miniature Quilts in Cross-Stitch: 3:2 (16-17)
  • Miniature Rooms: A Different Point of View. 1:2 (20-22)
  • Miniatures in Flame: Bargello: 1:3 (46-48)
  • Model in a Minute: Chenille Rug: 3:2 (15)

Sharp, J.

  • Jig for Cutting Perfect Circles: 6:4 (28)

Shaw, S. Bernard

  • From Barn to Drawing Room...Peg Legs: 15:2 (23-24,41)
  • Sanding Without Manicure: Sanding Finger Saver: 14:3 (19-20)
  • The Shoemaker's Last Stand: Cobbler's Bench: 13:3 (44-46)

Shellhaas, Judy

  • Carved Fireplace (circa 1900): An Introduction to Hand Carving: 10:3 (36-44)
  • Carved Mirror Frame: An Introduction to Hand Carving: 10:1 (29-33)
  • Carving a Pier Table: An Introduction to Hand Carving: 10:2 (47-51)

Simpson, June

  • 19th Century Blanket Box: 17:1 (32-37, 48)
  • 19th Century Metamorphosis: Regency Library Chair/Steps: 18:1 (36-43)
  • 20th Century Chippendale Bedroom Suite: Bedside Breakfast Table (c. 1900-1920): 20:1 (20-24)
  • 20th Century Chippendale Bedroom Suite: Lady's Vanity Dresser & Bench: 19:4 (33-43)
  • Antiques Before Their Time: Chippendale Gentleman's Dresser (c. 1990): 18:4 (30-37)
  • Carved 20th Century Bed (Contemporary Chippendale): 19:2 (34-42)
  • Gentleman's Dressing Mirror (Chippendale, c. 1920): 19:1 (16-21)
  • In Lieu of Closets: 19th Century Wardrobe: 17:3 (39-46)
  • Kitchen Clock Shelf: A Beginner's Workbenh Project: 17:3 (47-48, C3)
  • A Late Victorian Washstand (19th Century): 16:4 (31-38)
  • One Good Turn Deserves Another: Colonial Four Post Bed with Trundle: 18:2 (40-48)
  • Scrolling with a Purpose: French Restoration Lamp Table: 17:2 (20-23)
  • Sliding tables for Micro-Lux and Preac Table Saws: 16:1 (3)
  • What-Not and Bow-Front: A Hang of Shelves: 17:4 (44-47)

Sinnett, Doreen

  • Punch Needle Embroidery Rugs: 2:2 (34-37)

Sobers, Kay C.

  • A Tomorrow Rug: 2:1 (22-25)

Stalters, Bill

Scale Brickwork Using Sand Textured Paint: 10:2 (24-28)

Steiger, Tom

  • Cheating at the Shell Game: How Non-Carvers can Conquer Carved Qoquille: 13:2 (5-9)
  • Goof-Proof Micro-Miterer: 16:1 (49)
  • Handsome, No Matter How You Slice It: Short-Cut Parquetry: 14:4 (25-30)
  • Molding and Machining a Bombe Cabinet Base: 17:1 (18-24)
  • The Other Way: Of Fiberglass & Dental Burrs: 16:3 (C3)
  • O Wondrous Wooton!: (Part 1) 15:1 (25-33); (Part 2) 15:2 (25-35); (Conclusion) 15:3 (42-48)
  • Some Shortcuts to More Realistic Applied Carvings: 18:3 (25-28)

Stephenson, Fred

  • Architectural Detail Basic Brickwork: 9:3 (14-17)
  • Brickwork Bonds and Patterns: 9:4 (4-9)
  • Decorative Roof Trim: 11:1 (29-35)
  • Windows: 12:1 (25-29)
  • The Green Window House (19th C. Kansas City): 8:1 (25-33)
  • An Italianate Victorian House in 1/4 Scale: 8:4 (25-30, Insert).
  • Introducing A New Series: Dollhouse Plans & Elevations: 8:1 (24)
  • Making Simple Castings with Polyester Resin: 10:2 (10-14)
  • Victorian Porch Details: 10:4 (5-11)

V

Van Horn, Mitzi

  • Oriental Rug Knotting: 1:1 (14-15)

Victor, Doris

  • Simple Lathe Techniques: A Victorian Pedestal Table: 4:2 (41-45)

W

Wanner, Ralph

  • Using a Photocopier to Reduce Plans: 10:2 (41)

Westcott, Peter F.

  • Architectural Detail from Stock Molding: Graeme House Cornice: 17:4 (48, C3)
  • The Bishop's Livingroom (c.1760 ): (Part 1) 15:1 (5-12); (Part 2) 15:2 (12-18, 22); (Part 3) 15:3 (17-24); (Conclusion) 15:4 (38-44)
  • Cornice Design (c. 1796): 14:3 (16-18)
  • Furniture for the Southwest Room: 16:4 (25-30)
  • A Late Georgian Room: (Part 1) 3:2 (28-41); (Part 2) 3:3 (32-42); (Part 3) 3:4 (8-16); (Part 4) 4:1 (15-18)
  • The Inglenook Room (c. 1910-1930): (Part 1) 20:1 (5-12); (Part 2) 20:2 (25-36)
  • Millwork for Miniatures: Chair Rail: 4:3 (29-32)
  • Dental Cornice Molding: 4:4 (51-52)
  • Mitering with Hand Tools: 15:2 (36-41)
  • Southwestern American Roombox (c. 17th C): (Part 1) 16:2 (7-11); (Part 2) 16:3 (25-32, 44); (Part 3) 16:4 (43-49)
  • Wall Shelf and Bench (Southwest, c. 18th): 17:1 (38-40)
  • A Williamsburg Interior (c. 1770): 5:1 (16-21); 5:2 (21-27); 5:3 (12-16)

Whalon, Harry

  • A Conversation with Harry Whalon: 2:3 (23-25)

Williamson, Judee

A Feast Made for Laughter...The Christmas Cover Kitchen” 5:1 (5-8)

Wolfe, Kenneth A

  • Adjustable Fence for Jedlicka's Thicknessing Sander: 6:2 (46)

Wright, Pamela

  • Toddler's Toys from Montgomery Wards (c. 1929): 8:1 (10)
  • Twirling Boy & Girl Toy (c.1904): 8:2 (9)

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