Tall Case Clock • CL14 Shaker II as used in August 2007 Issue Authentic Shaker Clock - By Glen Huey Page number: 32; Article length: 9 pp. This museum-quality replica of Erastus Rude's 1811 masterpiece tall clock employs mortise-and-tenon joinery, 21st century style. Complete plans and step-by-step details based on the original at the Shaker Museum and Library in Old Chatham, New York.
Any of ClockPrints styles can be formatted to fit this clock at no extra charge. This clock face is available with a center movement hole for any quartz movement or you may use the "Special Instructions" box to request winding holes to fit Kieninger 8-Day movement, item # P1126C from Merritt's Antiques.
Stickley Clock • Featured in the December 2008 issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine, this clock is an authentic reproduction of a Gustav Stickley clock. What a great small project to use for your first try at fuming!
Mantel Clock • Popular Woodworking's Arts & Crafts Furniture, 25 Projects for Every Room in Your Home By Popular Woodworking Editors.Arts and Crafts furniture offers good-looking, quality furniture at a skill level that is approachable for most woodworkers. The style is second only to Shaker in terms of reader preference and More Arts & Crafts Furniture Projects focuses on popular pieces that are sure to appeal to woodworking enthusiasts of all levels. The bonus CD Rom includes additional projects not featured in the book, as well as useful tips and technique articles.