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The TSC Subject Index

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

For a listing by Author, please see the Author's Index

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6
Part 7
Part 8
A-B
C-D
E-F-G
H-I-J
K-L-M-N-O
P-Q-R
S-T
U-V-W-
Y

 

C

Cabinetmaker's Notebook/Shop Manual

  • all-purpose shaper saw: (Part 1) 2:4 (37-42); (Part 2) 3:2 (18-21); (Part 3) 3:3 (25-29)
  • curvilinear measurement: 1:2 (31-34)
  • glossary of cabinet joints: 4:1 (cf1-4)
  • introduction to Handwoven Caning: 4:2 (cf1-4)
  • linear measurement and tools: 1:1 (23-26)
  • making a single flute molding cutter: 4:4 (cf1-4)
  • measurement conversion chart: 3:4 (cf1)
  • 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: 1:3 (31-34); 7:1 (19-22)

Cabinets (see, also, chests & dressers)

  • armoire, French Canadian (c. late 18th C.): 12:4 (5-13)
  • assembly: 2:3 (42-45)
  • backdoor valet, Shaker-style: 19:3 (21-22)
  • bedside, Contemporary Chippendale (20th C.): 11:4 (33-36)
  • bombe (kettle shaped) base: 17:1 (18-24)
  • book table, Georgian: 12:2 (20-22)
  • bookcase, contemporary built-in (half inch): 11:1 (10-13)
  • buffet, dining room (Sears, c. 1927): 18:3 (15-19)
  • buffet, Empire oak (c. 1890-1910): 20:1 (35-39)
  • built-in, Early 20th Century: 2:1 (52)
  • built-in, garden: 9:2 (14-17)
  • built-in, Late Georgian: 3:4 (14-16)
  • cellarette, mahogany (c. 18th C): 8:3 (23-25)
  • cellarette, walnut (c. 1750-1775): 8:3 (19-22)
  • china cabinet (Haywood-Wakefield, c. 1949): 19:1 (29-33)
  • commode, Antiqued Pine, Ethan Allen (c. 1976): 3:2 (22-26)
  • commode, Chippendale, Ethan Allen (c. 1976): 3:2 (22-26)
  • corner shelf (ecoinear), (c. 1759): 4:1 (4-9)
  • corner cabinet, serpentine-front, French Canadian (c. 18th C.): 11:4 (7-13)
  • cracker barrel (Contemporary Colonial): 19:4 (44-48)
  • cupboard, corner, Colonial (c. 1740-50): 9:2 (32-37)
  • cupboard, Mexican (Contemporary): 17:2 (31-36)
  • cupboard & huntboard, Welsh (c. 1650s): 18:4 (18-24)
  • door types, kitchen: 18:2 (38)
  • doors louvered: 3:3 (51)
  • nosed edge: 18:2 (37)
  • paneled: 3:4 (50)
  • drawer types, kitchen: 18:2 (38)
  • dresser, Colonial: 5:3 (18-21)
  • dresser, Welsh (c. 1670): ECK (23-26)
  • entertainment center, half inch (c. 1960s): 12:3 (6-8)
  • frame construction, typical: 18:2 (27)
  • hoosier: 7:4 (40-49)
  • hunt board, Federal North Carolina (c.1790-1800): 13:1 (5-12,23)
  • kitchen (c. 1920's): 18:3 (35-40)
  • kitchen, contemporary (c. 1980s): 8:6 (4-11)
  • kitchen, Contemporary built-in: (18:2 (27-39)
  • kitchen (1914, St. Regis) (kitbash, Realife) 1:4 (37-41)
  • kitchen (kitbash, X-Acto): 1:3 (55-59)
  • kitchenette, apartment (c. 1920): 13:2 (28-32)
  • liquor cabinet, contemporary walnut (c. 20th C.): 13:4 (25-29)
  • magazine cabinet, Stickley (c. 1910): 15:4 (21-23)
  • music / magazine stand, Craftsman (c. 1910): 18:4 (40-41, 48)
  • one-drawer commode, Ethan Allen (c. 1974): 15:4 (29-30)
  • parlor (Art Nouveau): 1:2 (37-41)
  • rail and stile end panels, simulating: 14:1 (15)
  • sideboard, Danish Modern (c. 1979): 6:1 (15-17)
  • sideboard (Haywood-Wakefield, c. 1949): 19:1 (33-37)
  • sideboard, small Hepplewhite-style (c. 1775-1780): 12:3 (13-16)
  • spice box on frame, Philadelphia (Queen Anne, c. 1740-1750): 14:3 (11-15)
  • spice chest, Queen Anne (c. 1740-1750): 8:4 (4-8)
  • toilet stand (wash stand), Japanese (c. 1900): 20:1 (13-19, 48)
  • wardrobe (c. 19th C.): 17:3 (39-46)
  • wardrobe, apartment (c. 1920): 13:2 (34-35)
  • washstand, Cottage (c. 1860): 17:4 (16-20)
  • washstand, Hepplewhite (c. 1790): 20:1 (44-46)
  • washstand, Nova Scotia, (c. early 19th C.): 15:3 (29-32)
  • washstand, Shaker (c. 1820-1850): 20:1 (46-48)
  • washstand, Victorian (19th Century): 16:4 (31-38)

Cabriole leg

  • ball and claw foot: 2:1 (34-35); 2:2 (5-7)
  • carving X-Acto blanks: 2:1 (37)
  • Chippendale: 1:2 (23-25)
  • French: 10:3 (9)
  • knee blocks: 1:2 (25); 2:2 (12)
  • layout and cutting: 1:2 (23-25); 18:4 (32)
  • Queen Anne: 1:2 (23-25)
  • Victorian: 1:1 (16-18)
  • use of template: 2:2 (5)

Calipers dial

  • calipers, conversion dials: 8:6 (40-42)
  • modification of dial scale: 8:6 (40-41)
  • use of: 18:3 (37-38)
  • vernier calipers, use of: 16:1 (31-32)

Canadian (see also French Canadian)

  • French Canadian arm chair, Louis XIV: 11:4 (13-17)
  • Berbice chair, British Guyana: 17:2 (25-30)
  • hat rack, Stickley (Tudor Rose Tea Room, Victoria,, c. 1900): 16:4 (19-22)
  • hobby horse riding stick: 16:3 (39-40)
  • rocker, Art Nouveau, c. 1890s: 9:1 (28-34)
  • table, kitchen (Upper Canadian, c. 1800-1830): 16:2 (21-24, C3)
  • Traditional French Canadian: A TSC Cover Room: 11:4 (5-6)
  • washstand, Nova Scotia, (c. early 19th C.): 15:3 (29-32)
  • umbrella stand, Mission (Tudor Rose Tea Room, Victoria,, c. 1900): 16:4 (22-24)

Candlewicking, techniques: 3:3 (53-54)

Caning and rushing

  • binding: 1:3 (38)
  • caning rail, cutout & drill procedures: 5:2 (10)
  • concave: 17:2 (13)
  • curved panels: 5:1 (29-30)
  • drilling holes, curved rail: 5:1 (30)
  • flat-woven wicker: 1:4 (26-27)
  • folding chair (Wegner): 1:1 (11-13)
  • handwoven, intro to.: 1:3 (35-38); 4:2 (1-4cf); 17:2 (14-16)
  • hole count: 2:3 (2)
  • hole dimensions, drilling: 1:3 (35-36)
  • ladderback seat: 1:3 (53-54)
  • techniques for curved panels: 2:1 (57)
  • thread choice: 1:3 (36)
  • wicker: 5:1 (37-38)

Carcases: (see, also, Cabinets)

  • assembly: 2:3 (42-45); 3:3 (51);5;3 (20-21)
  • construction techniques: 3:2 (23-24)
  • gauge blocks, use of: 16:1 (19-21)
  • glue/stain sequence: 4:3 (8-9)
  • handtools, use of: 19:1 (25-29)
  • introduction to: 18-2 (27-39)

Cardstock

  • china: 2:2 (38-43); 5:3 (11)
  • commode crockery: 2:2 (27)
  • paper grain & bending: 1:4 (43)
  • stovepipe: 1:4 (43)
  • upholstery templates: 2:1 (41-42)
  • use as protection during carving: 19:2 (40)
  • use of: 2:2 (27, 38-43)

Carousels: general information on: 11:3 (4)

Carving

  • acanthus leaf: 2:2 (8)
  • applied: 18:3 (25-28)
  • ball & claw foot: 2:1 (34-35); 2:2 (5-8)
  • ball & claw, use of wood bead: 4:1 (37-38)
  • ball burrs, use of: 19:4 (13)
  • bas relief, chair back: 4:1 (22-23)
  • basic carving, introduction to: 6:1 (4-9)
  • beads, with V-gouge: 14:3 (35)
  • bending: 18:3 (27-28)
  • blanks: 18:3 (27-28)
  • brass tubing, use of: 14:1 (10)
  • cabriole leg, foliated: 10:2 (33-34)
  • cabriole leg, Victorian: 1:1 (16-18)
  • cardstock, use of: 19:2 (40)
  • chair splat, Chippendale: 2:1 (37-38)
  • chip carving: 10:1 (32-33); 10:3 (41-42); 17:2 (32-33)
  • circles: 14:1 (10)
  • crest rails: 14:1 (10-11)
  • curved surfaces, techniques for: 7:3 (15-18)
  • dental chisels, use of: 15:1 (21-24)
  • depth in: 6:1 (7)
  • desk drawer pull: 3:4 (37-38)
  • drawer pulls: 18:4 (35)
  • drawer pulls, grape leaf and fruit cluster: 17:3 (32, 34)
  • fans, Queen Anne: 13:2 (5-6)
  • finger molding: 1:1 (17)
  • finishes: 10:3 (42-43); 13:2 (9)
  • flat carving, introduction to: 10:1 (29-33)
  • flower & leaf, cabriole: 1:1 (18)
  • fruit & leaf, drawer pull: 1:2 (15)
  • goddard shells: 13:2 (7-8)
  • grain: 6:1 (5-6); 10:1 (31)
  • hand cut: 10:1 (31)
  • hand techniques, 6:2 (5-7)
  • hobby knife, use of: 6:1 (4-9)
  • incised: 4:4 (6), 10:1 (32-33)
  • incised, Eastlake: 5:3 (34); 5:4 (24,28-29)
  • introduction to: 18:3 (25-28); 19:1 (22-24)
  • jeweler's coping saw, use of: 10:2 (47-49)
  • leaf, on curved surface: 7:3 (16-17)
  • micro-carving tools, use of: 16:3 (23)
  • micro-chisels, use of: 9:1 (28-34)
  • mortising chisel, construction and use of: 15:1 (21-24)
  • needle files, use of: 10:2 (48-49)
  • oversized work space, value and use of: 14:1 (10)
  • piercing: 19:4 (13-14)
  • relief, developing patterns for: 9:1 (31)
  • rococo shells: 13:2 (8-9)
  • rubber cement, use of: 18:3 (26)
  • scalloped shell: 2:2 (11)
  • scroll cutting steps: 19:2 (37)
  • sequence, use of: 16:3 (23)
  • side chair splat, rail: 1:3 (51); 2:1 (37-38)
  • settee back rail: 1:1 (22)
  • shallow: 14:1 (10)
  • shells, Queen Anne: 13:2 (6-7)
  • skew, use of: 9:1 (33)
  • table apron: 5:3 (45-46)
  • table saw: 10:2 (36)
  • techniques: 2:2 (5-16); 7:1 (41,43); 9:1 (31-34); 10:1 (11-13)
  • tools for: 10:1 (29-33); 18:3 (28,34)
  • tools, sharpening: 10:3 (51-55)
  • transferring patterns: 6:1 (5-6); 9:1 (32)
  • use of drill press: 2:2 (11)
  • u-gouge, use of: 9:1 (33); 14:1 (10-11)
  • v-cut (chip carving): 6:1 (6-9)
  • v-gouge, use of: 9:1 (33); 17:2 (35)
  • with dental burr/ Moto-tool: 1:1 (16-18)
  • wood, choice of: 6:1 (5); 18:3 (25)

Case Pieces (see Carcases, Cabinets)

Casters, brass: 3:2 (10); 4:4 (6,12); 15:2 (19-22)

Castings

plaster molds, use of GE silicone seal: 9:4 (2)

Ceiling Fan

  • Casablanca, with built-in motor: 8:1 (18-23)
  • motor drives, assembly: 11:3 (41-42)
  • working: 7:3 (29-35)
  • working, with light fixture: (Part 1) 11:2 (44-48); (Part 2) 11:3 (38-44)

Ceilings

  • Moorish: 16:3 (25-28)
  • tile, use of: 3:4 (4)

Cement & Concrete

  • modeling alternatives to: 18:3 (4)

Chairs, Benches, Sofas, and Stools

  • Adirondack: 1:4 (30-31); 19:1 (48)
  • angled legs, construction of: 8:2 (13-14)
  • arm chair, Chippendale (kitbash) (c. 1750): 2:1 (36-38)
  • arm chair, continuous arm Windsor (c. late 17th C): 12:4 (18-21)
  • arm chair, library, Stickley (c. 1905): 15:4 (11-16)
  • arm chair, Louis XIV, French Canadian (c. 18th C.): 11:4 (13-17)
  • arm chair, overstuffed (c. 1960s): 12:3 (8-10)
  • arm chair, upholstered (Ethan Allen, c. 1976): 10:3 (21-25)
  • arm chair, wainscot (c. 1690): 14:1 (6-11)
  • baby tender: 8:3 (17-18)
  • benches, breakfast nook (c. 1920's): 15:2 (42,44)
  • bench, cobbler's: 13:3 (44-46)
  • bench, paneled (Stickley, c. 1907): 20:2 (9-13)
  • bench, Shaker: 11:3 (23)
  • bench, Southwest (c. 18th): 17:1 (38-40)
  • bench, utility, Shaker: 16:3 (16)
  • Berbice chair, British Guyana: 17:2 (25-30)
  • caned Empire couch (c. 1810-1820): 2:1 (55-59)
  • chair leg and rung assembly: 8:2 (12-14)
  • chaise gondole, Late Empire (c. 1833): 13:4 (18-22)
  • chaise lounge, French Provincial (c. 1920's): 7:2 (46-52)
  • Chicago, arm chair (c. 1987): 13:4 (39-42)
  • comb back windsor (c. 1760s): ECK (33-35)
  • commode, Chippendale (c. 1745-1755): 5:3 (8-11)
  • corner chair, outdoor (c. 1984): 15:1 (44-45)
  • corner, comb-back (Chippendale, c. 1770-1780): 18:4 (12-17)
  • couch, Eastlake (c. 1875): 5:4 (28-34)
  • couch, scroll cut (Late Empire, c. 1830's): 13:4 (12-18)
  • dining side chair (Sears, c. 1927): 18:3 (11-15)
  • dining side (Spanish New Mexico): 16:4 (28-30)
  • dining chair, Vienna (Sears, c. 1897): 12:2 (29-32)
  • dresser bench, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (14)
  • easy chair, Chippendale (c.1740-1750): 14:2 (13-22,48)
  • easy chair, Federal (c. 1810): 16:4 (6-14)
  • high chair, wainscot (Charles I, 17th C): ECK (29-30)
  • fixed head day bed, Queen Anne (c. 1730-50): 6:2 (17-20)
  • folding (Wegner, c. 1949): 1:1 (11-13)
  • folding deck: 1:4 (32)
  • folding, doll (c. 1900): 6:1 (18-20)
  • framing: 14:2 (11-19)
  • hall, Paris (c. 1987): 13:1 (36-39)
  • high chair, Sears (c. 1927): 15:1 (41-43,48)
  • high chair (20th C): 18:1 (14-15)
  • horseshoe, Chinese: 9:4 (29-32)
  • Irish pub: 17:4 (21-24)
  • ladderback (c. 1875): 1:3 (53-54)
  • library chair (Craftsmen, c. 1907): 20:2 (16-19)
  • loop back Windsor (c. 18th C.): 12:3 (33-38)
  • love seat, overstuffed (c. 1960s): 12:3 (11-12)
  • low back Windsor arm (c. 1887): 8:2 (16-18)
  • Marlborough legs: 2:4 (32)
  • Melbourne Chair (c. 1991): 20:1 (40-43)
  • Morris chair, Egyptian Style (c. 1880's): 20:2 (42-45)
  • New England fancy chair (c. 1800-1820): 8:3 (36-38)
  • nursing chair, rocking, Eastlake (c. 1887): 9:2 (29-31)
  • office chair, Eastlake (c. 1880): 17:2 (5-13)
  • ottoman, Early American (20th C.): 3:3 (6-12)
  • roundabout (c. 1770): 1:2 (27-30)
  • piano bench: 11:2 (10)
  • piano bench, Craftsmen (c. 1910): 18:4 (38-40)
  • piano stool, Victorian Renaissance, (c. 1878) (kitbash)
  • pigs (French Canadian): 15:2 (24)
  • ranch, oak (c. 1950s): 19:4 (24)
  • rocker, Canadian Art Nouveau (c. 1980s): 9:1 (28-34)
  • rocker, caned Empire (c. 1850-1860): 5:1 (28-31)
  • rocker, child's cane (Empire, c. 1870): 5:2 (9-11)
  • rocker, Colonial-style child's: 17:1 (47)
  • rocker, platform (Victorian, c. 1880): 20:2 (37-41)
  • rocker, slat back: 8:1 (17,52)
  • rocker, Thornet-Style bentwood: 13:1 (21-23)
  • rocking horse chair, French Canadian (c. 18th C.): 11:4 (17-18)
  • Roman curule chair, Empire (c. 1810-1840): 7:2 (4-8)
  • seats, scooped out: 12:3 (35-37)
  • settee, Empire painted (Beginner's Workbench): 13:1 (13-20)
  • settee, lyre-back Italian, c. 18th C: 9:1 (47-50)
  • settee, Rococo (c. 1860): 1:1 (19-22)
  • side chair, Chippendale (c. 1755): 2:1 (36-38)
  • side chair, dining room (Modern, 1/2”): 9:4 (38)
  • side chair, factory-made (c. 1860): 1:3 (39-41)
  • side chair, Greene & Greene (c. 1908): 16:2 (38-41)
  • side chair, John Hall (c. 1840): 4:1 (22-24)
  • side chair, Turn-of-the-Century oak (half inch): 13:2 (37-39)
  • side chair, Sears cathedral breakfast (c. 1930s): 9:1 (17-20)
  • side chair, Victorian Transitional: 1:3 (49-52)
  • side chair, Windsor, Half Inch (c. 1750-1780): 7:1 (11-12)
  • slat back: 8:1 (12-15)
  • sofa, Chippendale (kitbash) (c. 1755): 2:1 (39-43)
  • sofa, Chippendale-Federal (c. 1795-1805): 7:2 (26-28)
  • sofa, contemporary: 9:3 (25-30)
  • sofa (daybed), cottage spindle (c. 1870s): 8:2 (29-35)
  • sofa, Federal (c. 1810): 16:4 (6-14)
  • sofa, Philadelphia Chippendale (c. 1750-1780): 19:3 (25-31)
  • sofa, spindle (Craftsmen, c. 1907): 20:2 (20-23)
  • sofa, Tuxedo (20th C.): 2:4 (26-31)
  • step stool, Shaker: 17:1 (47)
  • stool, oak joined (c. 17th C): ECK: (28)
  • stool, swivel sewing (Mount Lebanon Shaker, c.1850): 16:3 (11-14)
  • swivel (half inch, 20th C.): 11:1 (14-16)
  • valet: 8:2 (20-22)
  • vanity bench, Haywood Wakefield (c. 1949):7:4 (36-37)
  • Welsh Border (c. 1650): ECK(30-31)
  • window bench, Duncan Phyfe, Lyre Back (c. 1815-1825): 7:1 (13-15)
  • windsor, low back (c. 1706): ECK (32-33)
  • wing back sofa, Early American (20th C.): 3:3 (6-12)
  • wing chair, Chippendale (kitbash) (c. 1755): 2:1 (39-43)
  • wing chair, Early American (20th C.): 3:3 (6-12)
  • wing chair, Queen Anne modification(kitbash): 2:4 (32-36)
  • yacht, folding (c. 1890): 18:4 (6-11, 24)

Chamfer:

  • introduction to:1:2 (3-4); 5:2 (8-9)
  • using a drillpress: 18:4 (38)

Channel Router

  • attachment, construction of: 2:3 (31-32)
  • attachment, use of, with Dremel Moto-tool: 2:3 (32-33)

Cheevy, Minerva: 2:2 (22)

Chests and Dressers

  • blanket box (19th C.): 17:1 (32-37, 48)
  • bride's chest, Norwegian (c. 1809): 6:4 (4-8)
  • chest, Renaissance-Style Cottage (c. 1860): 17:3 (25-32)
  • chest and drawers, Colonial (plans only): 11:2 (32)
  • chest of drawers, Mission Oak (Stickley, c. 1910, half inch): 14:1 (28-29)
  • chest-on-chest (Connecticut, c. 1802): 19:4 (5-14, 48) chest-on-chest,
  • Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (6-8,10)
  • chest-on-chest, Ethan Allen (c. 1974, half inch): 16:1 (19-21)
  • chest-on-frame, Queen Anne (c. 1768): 15:3 (38-41)
  • chest with drawers, Jacobean (c.1680): 14:1 (12-19)
  • dresser, Cushman (c. 1941): 12:1 (11-13)
  • dresser, gentleman's (Contemporary Chippendale, c. 1990): 18:4 (30-37)
  • dresser, princess, Mission Oak (Stickley, c. 1910, half inch): 14:1 (30-32)
  • five drawer chest, Haywood Wakefield (c. 1949): 7:4 (30-31)
  • French chest of drawers: 10:2 (29:36)
  • gauge blocks, use of: 14:3 (15); 16:3 (24)
  • high chest of drawers, Queen Anne (c. 1740-1760): 6:4 (9-12); 7:1 (4-6)
  • highboy, step top (c. 1750-70): 10:2 (15-19,23)
  • kneehole chest of drawers (c. 1790): 10:1 (24-28)
  • Lady's Vanity Dresser & Bench (Contemporary Chippendale, c. 20th C): 19:4 (33-43)
  • low chest of drawers, apartment (c. 1920): 13:2 (34-35)
  • lowboy (c. 1760-1780) (X-Acto): 2:2 (17-21)
  • lowboy, Queen Anne (c.1760) (Half Inch): 7:4 (50-51)
  • lowboys, oversized, History of: 2:2 (17)
  • lowboy, William & Mary (c. 1710): 14:1 (19-22)
  • mirror, dresser (Chippendale, c. 1920): 19:1 (16-19)
  • oak coffer (c.16th C): ECK (21-22)
  • Philadelphia dressing table (c. 1755-1795): 2:2 (5-16)
  • silver chests (Queen Anne and Hepplewhite): 9:4 (33-36)
  • stenciled cottage chest, c. 1840: 2:3 (4-16)

Chimney, (see, also, Bricks and Stonework)

  • brace rod and plate: 9:4 (4)
  • chimney pots, terra-cotta: 11:2 (14-15)
  • Colonial, construction of: 1:2 (44-49)
  • China cardstock: 2:2 (38-43); 5:3 (11)
  • decals, use of: 2:2 (42-43)
  • imitating: 2:2 (38-43)
  • use of basswood blanks: 2:2 (42-43)

Chinese Furniture:

  • chairs, history of: 9:4 (29)
  • Ch'iao-t'ou: The Chinese Side Table: 10:1 (14-17)
  • Chinese Chair: 9:4 (29-32)
  • side table (Ch'iao-t'ou): 10:1 (14-17)

Chippendale

  • arm chair (kitbash) (c. 1750): 2:1 (36-38)
  • ball and claw foot: 2:1 (34)
  • bed, Chippendale canopy (c. 1770-1785), half inch: 7:3 (39-42)
  • cabriole leg: 1:2 (23-25)
  • chair, commode (c. 1750-1775): 5:3 (8-11)
  • chair, easy (c. 1740-1750): 14:2 (13-22,48)
  • chair splat, carved: 2:1 (37-38)
  • corner chair, comb-back ( c. 1770-1780): 18:4 (12-17)
  • desk, slant topped on frame (c. 1730-1750)
  • difference with Queen Anne: 2:4 (33)
  • drawer pulls: 7:2 (41-45)
  • easy chair: 14:2 (13-22,48)
  • kettle stand (c. 1760-1780): 14:1 (23-24, 48)
  • modern adaptation of: 2:1 (33)
  • side chair (c. 1755): 2:1 (36-38)
  • sofa (kitbash, c. 1755): 2:1 (39-43)
  • sofa (c. 1795-1805): 7:2 (26-28)
  • sofa, Philadelphia (c. 1750-1780): 19:3 (25-31)
  • stand, basin (c. 1770-1780): 16:1 (21-24, 48)
  • tea table (c. 1755): 2:1 (35-36)
  • wing chair (kitbash): 2:1 (39-43)

Chisels: (see carving and joints and joinery)

Christmas

  • consumerism: 8:1 (4-5)
  • decorating (c. 1929): 8:1 (4-5)
  • decorations: 4:1 (31)
  • history of, in America: 2:1 (4-6)
  • juniper: 4:1 (31)
  • stocking: 2:1 (6)
  • tree, artificial (Wards, c. 1929): 8:1 (8-10)

Clamps and Vises

  • bulldog, use of: 16:3 (45)
  • cam action: 11:2 (40-42,48)
  • custom holding jaws: 4:3 (7-8)
  • electrical alligator clamps: 16:1 (8)
  • jewelers ring clamp: 4:3 (8)
  • Jorgensen: 4:3 (7)
  • kite string, use of: 11:3 (11)
  • library clips, use of: 11:3 (11)
  • modeler's third hand vise: 5:1 (39)
  • safety pin clamp: 4:3 (6)
  • spring clamps: 4:3 (7)
  • toolmaker's, modified: 5:1 (39)
  • violin, construction of: 2:3 (45)
  • violin, use of: 2:3 (44-45); 3:3 (49)
  • wood tongs, use of: 5:1 (12)

Chopper (see miter cutters and mitering)

Clockmaker Broaches, type and use of: 14:3 (44)

Clocks

  • grandfather clock, working pendulum: 8:4 (36-43)
  • lantern (case) clock: 11:3 (33-34)
  • lyre pendulum bob: 8:4 (40)
  • octagonal drop (c. 1900): 16:4 (42, 47)
  • tall case clock, grandmother: 11:3 (29-33)
  • tic toc transducer: 8:4 (36-43)
  • Vienna Regulator Parlor (c. 1900): 16:4 (40-42)(Note Errata published in 17:1 (4))

Cogswell, John (Cabinetmaker): 17:1 (18)

Colonial/Pre-Revolution (see, also, Sheraton)

  • baby tender: 8:3 (17-18)
  • bed, four-post (plans only): 11:2 (31)
  • bed, four post with trundle: 18:2 (40-48)
  • bedroom (room box, c. 1750): 1:1 (44-47)
  • candle shelf: 8:1 (11)
  • candlestand, ratchet: 8:6 (12-13)
  • chest and drawers (plans only): 11:2 (32)
  • Connecticut High Chest of Drawers (c. 1740-1760): 6:4 (9-12)
  • corner cupboard (c. 1740-1750): 9:2 (32-37)
  • domestic architecture, history of: 1:1 (28-31)
  • introduction to: 14:1 (5-6)
  • joinery: 1:1 (31-43)
  • open wall box: 8:2 (18)
  • post & beam construction: 1:1 (31-33)
  • Slaw bed (c. 1700): 1:2 (1-9)
  • washtub & water bucket: 8:5 (14-15)
  • Whitman House (Connecticut Colonial, c. 1660): 1:1 (27-43); 1:2 (42-57); 1:3 (17-28); 1:4 (3-19)

Colonial/Spanish

  • dining side (Spanish New Mexico): 16:4 (28-30)
  • table, Trestle (Spanish New Mexico): 16:4 (25-28)

Commodes: (see Cabinets)

Computers

  • flooring designs: 18:2 (5-16, 39); 18:3 (41-48)
  • scale images: 20:1 (25-34)

Contemporary (1980s)

  • Country Living movement: 8:2 (4-5)
  • Understanding "reproductions": 15:4 (25)

Contours

  • cutting, w/ drum sander: 16:2 (28)

Copy Attachment

  • fluting: 3:4 (17-22)
  • indexing mechanism, Dremel: 3:4 (18)
  • indexing mechanism, Unimat SL: 3:4 (21)
  • moto-tool arm: 3:4 (18)

Copyright Intellectual Property (response to letter): 2:2 (1-2, 15)

  • Miniatures: 2:2 (1-2)

Cornice, dental, exterior: 4:3 (23)

Couches, Loveseats, and Settees (see Chairs and Sofas)

Creativity in Miniatures 5:3 (26-27)

Crockery, made from basswood: 2:2 (28)

Cut-off Disc, uses of: 1:3 (14); 3:2 (9); 5:2 (31)

Cushman (c. 1940)

  • bed, panel: 12:1 (9-10)
  • bench, dresser: 12:1 (14)
  • chest-on-chest: 12:1: (6-8,10)
  • dresser: 12:1 (11-13)
  • introduction to: 12:1 (5-6)
  • mirror: 12:1 (13-14)
  • night stand: 12:1 (10-11)

Cutters (see Lathes, Dremel Moto-Tool)

Cutting Tools, High Speed:

  • slotting saw, Dremel drill press: 8:2 (27)
  • use of: 8:2 (24)

D

Danish Modern

  • side chair (Danish Modern, c. 1979): 5:4 (40-45)
  • sideboard (c. 1979): 6:1 (15-17)
  • table (Danish Modern, c. 1979): 5:4 (40-45)

Dental Tools

  • burr, use of: 1:1 (17); 16:3 (C3)
  • chisel, use of: 3:3 (48);12:4 (8-10)

Depression Era (1928-1939)

  • bathtub, American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (30, 32-33)
  • book trough (c. 1930's): 15:4 (37,44)
  • breakfast set, Sears and Roebuck, c. 1930: 9:1 (14-20)
  • chair, Modern low (c. 1929, half inch): 11:4 (30-31)
  • chair, swivel (c. 1929, half inch): 11:1 (14-16)
  • chair, upholstered (Modern, c. 1929, half inch): 11:4 (31-32)
  • Christmas tree, artificial, Wards (c. 1929): 8:1 (8-10)
  • cradle, “Three Bears” (Wards, 1929): 8:1 (10-11)
  • dollhouse, fiberboard (c. 1938): 6:1 (23-28, plus insert)
  • magazine table (c. 1930's): 15:4 (36-37)
  • refrigerator, monitor-top (c. 1931): 11:3 (8-18)
  • server, Sears breakfast (c. 1930s): 9:1 (19-20)
  • side chair, cathedral style (c. 1930): 9:1 (17-20)
  • sink (lavatory), American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (30, 33-35)
  • stool, kitchen utility (c. 1930s): 9:1 (21-22)
  • stove/oven (Wards Blue Line, c. 1929): 13:3 (12-17)
  • table, breakfast, dropleaf (Sears Roebuck c. 1930): 9:1 (14-18)
  • table, coffee, round, Modern (c. 1929, half inch): 11:4 (30-31)
  • toilet (water closet), American Standard (c. 1930): 8:3 (29-30,31)
  • vanity dresser & bench, child-size (Wards, c. 1929): 8:1 (6-8)

Depth, 6:1 (21,44)

Depth gauge

  • machinist's use of: 1:1 (24-25); 19:1 (26-28)
  • use of, in joinery: 8:6 (18-24)

Design

  • balance in: 5:4 (35)
  • rhythm in: 5:4 (36)

Desks, Secretaries, and Vanities

  • cabinet secretary, Renaissance Extra-Grade Wooten (c. 1875): (Part 1) 15:1 (25-33); (Part 2) 15:2 (25-35); (Conclusion) 15:3 (42-48)
  • cupboard desk, Shaker (c. 1852): 11:1 (22-26)
  • desk lock, working: 7:3 (11-14)
  • hanging desk (Montgomery Ward, c. 1895): 10:2 (39-41)
  • ladies, cylinder (c. 1790): 9:2 (23-28)
  • ladies, French (c. 1900): 8:4 (20-24)
  • lady's writing (American Sheraton-Style, c. 1800): 13:3 (35-39)
  • pedestal, modern (half inch): 10:4 (12-16)
  • Queen Anne: 11:1 (17-21)
  • roll top, Eastlake (c. 1880): 3:4 (23-38); 17:1 (5-17, 24)
  • Secretary (John Cogswell, c. 1786): 17:1 (18-24)
  • secretary (Realife): 1:1 (6-10); 1:2 (13-16)
  • secretary, Victorian Renaissance (c.1870): 11:3 (25-27)
  • sewing desk, Mount Lebanon Shaker (c. 1786-1900) 16:3 (7-11)
  • ship captain's desk (c. 19th C.): 11:4 (19-23)
  • slant top on frame (Chippedale, c. 1730-1750): 16:1 (41-46)
  • vanity, Haywood-Wakefield (c. 1949): 7:4 (30-36)
  • vanity dresser & bench, child's (Wards, c. 1929): 8:1 (6-8)
  • Weiman (c. 1950s): 9:3 (35-38)

Dimensioning, standard in: 2:1 (1-2)

Disc Sander

  • adjusting screw for: 6:4 (21-24)
  • conical disc for sanding surfacer, making: 14:2 (25-27)
  • disc adjustments: 4:3 (49)
  • fences for the TSC Sanding Surfacer: 14:2 (32)
  • jointer attachment and accessories for TSC Sanding Surfacer: 14:2 (33)
  • miter gauge: 4:3 (50-51)
  • plans for (C-frame motor): 4:3 (41-43)
  • plans for (1/8hp motor): 4:3 (44-52)
  • use of, 19:2 (8)
  • wood surfacer, construction of: 4:4 (20-28);14:2 (25-34) use of: 4:4 (27-28); 14:2 (34)

Display Box (See, also, roomboxes)

  • construction of: 2:3 (26-29)
  • farm kitchen: 2:1 (47-48)
  • hinges, dollhouse: 18:4 (3)
  • wall hung miniatures display case: 18:1 (5-10)

Dohzuki Saw (Japanese dovetail saw) construction of: 12:2 (33-38,42)

Donaldson, Theodore W.

  • Bell and Claw from Wooden Beads: 4:1 (37-38)

Doors:

  • arch curved: 9:2 (11)
  • Arts and Crafts, casing: 11:3 (5)
  • board & batten: 1:3 (21-22)
  • cabinet, nosed edge: 18:2 (37)
  • casing, plinth & corner block: 2:1 (48)
  • exterior Early 20th Century: 2:1 (51-52)
  • facia, exterior: 1:4 (10)
  • false: 2:4 (15)
  • Federal: 2:4 (14)
  • four-panel, bolection: 5:2 (33-34)
  • frames, Late Georgian: 3:4 (10-11)
  • interior Early 20th Century: 2:1 (51-52)
  • jamb, Late Georgian: 3:4 (9-10)
  • panel, Moorish/Colonial Spanish: 16:3 (30-32,44)
  • paneled, construction of: 15:2 (16-18)
  • panel, exterior: 1:3 (21-22)
  • panel, interior: 1:3 (21-22)
  • panel, Late Georgian: 3:4 (8-9)
  • six-panel: 3:4 (8-9)
  • studded, laminated exterior: 1:3 (21-22)

Doorbells and Chimes: (Part 1) 11:4 (25-28,32); (Part 2) 12:1 (43-47)

Dorsett, Helen: A Retrospective , 1927-1990. 14:3 (5-10).

Dowels and Dowel-making

  • burnishing: 8:2 (13)
  • cutting techniques: 11:1 (15)
  • drill gauge, extrusion: 3:1 (51-52)
  • integral dowel, in chairs: 8:2 (12)
  • introduction to dowels and dowel-making: 14:3 (38-40)
  • small scale, sources of: 5:4 (53)
  • TSC power dowel maker: 14:3 (38-44)
  • use of drill gauge as drawplate: 3:1 (51-52)
  • use in joinery: 9:1 (23-27)
  • woodblock, extrusion: 1:2 (29)

Drapes and Curtains working draw drapes: 17:2 (44-48)

Drawer Pulls and Knobs (see Hardware)

Drawers

  • basic, construction of 3:3 (50); 7:4 (19)
  • shims, use of: 5:1 (34)

Dremel Moto Tool

  • all-purpose shaper saw: (Part 1) 2:4 (37-42); (Part 2) 3:2 (18-21); (Part 3) 3:3 (25-29)
  • cutters, ball shaped, use of: 8:2 (28)
  • choice and use of: 5:1 (26-27)
  • shouldered edge molding cutter, construction and use of: 3:1 (17-19)
  • mounting table, construction and use of: 5:1 (22-27)

Dremel Drill Press (see drill press)

Dressers (see Cabinets)

Drills and Drilling

  • angled holes: 13:1 (13-16)
  • cone burr, use of: 10:3 (14)
  • dental burrs, use of: 16:3 (36)
  • electric hand drill lathe/sander: 7:2 (13-19)
  • numbers & decimal equivalent: 1:2 (34)
  • pilot holes: 10:2 (44)
  • sizes for caning: 1:3 (36)
  • tap and clear: 4:4 (13-14)
  • twist drills, use of: 16:4 (10-11)
  • thin stock: 3:3 (1)

Drill Gauge

  • dowel making: 3:1 (51-52)
  • source and use of: 3:1 (51-52); 3:3 (31)
  • types: 3:1 (51-52)
  • woods, types for dowel making: 3:1 (52)

Drill Press

  • adjustable drilling depth stop, Unimat 3: 7:1 (46)
  • auxiliary variable speed control, use of : 8:2 (23)
  • Bell Saw Mate, modification of: 9:2 (38-39)
  • beveling table for: 17:2 (34-35)
  • circles, cutting: 9:2 (26-27)
  • cutting mortise and tenons: 16:4 (34-35)
  • cutting rabbets & dados: 4:4 (33-34)
  • cutting rabbets with Dremel Attachment: 3:3 (48)
  • depth gauge dial (Micro-Lux): 10:3 (44)
  • depth stops: 8:2 (24); 10:3 (45); 11:3 (34)
  • Dremel,
    • horizontal & vertical adjustments: 9:2 (38-39)
    • introduction to and use of: 8:2 (23-28)
    • limitations of: 8:2 (23-28)
    • quill locking screw: 15:1 (4)
  • fence aligner (Micro-Lux): 10:3 (43)
  • fences, use of: 8:2 (25-26)
  • four-flute end mill, use of: 16:2 (46)
  • introduction to: 3:3 (48)
  • milling: 4:4 (3-4cf); 5:4 (38)
  • modification, Micro-Lux: 19:2 (3)
  • noise reduction (Micro-Lux): 10:3 (42)
  • pin router and fence for Dremel: 15:1 (4)
  • quill lock (Micro-Lux): 10:3 (42)
  • routing: 5:2 (35); 5:4 (17)
  • safety: 10:3 (45)
  • table for: 8:2 (24-25)
  • thicknessing wood: 3:4 (24-26)
  • use of: 5:3 (35)
  • wheels: 16:1 (9-10)

Drip Pans, hall tree, construction of: 3:1 (20)

Drum Sanders (see Sanders and Sanding)

Dyes (see, also, Finishes and Finishing)

  • natural: 1:4 (20-22)

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