Monday night was our monthly meeting of the Classic City Woodturners. Bill G. started the meeting off with some business including executive committee nominations. Also included was the appointment of Shep as the treasurer through the rest of this year.
This month, instead of a hands-on demo, Abraham Tesser showed us a powerpoint demonstration of how he built a custom pool cue stand. Please click on his link for pictures as well as his word document further describing this piece of fine furniture. It was interesting seeing how he was able to incorporate turnings into the work. His stand has been in two pool-related magazines, and will also be featured in a woodturning magazine in the near future.
Afterwards, Don Fournier followed up with a demonstration of how he recent built some shaker style chairs, as well as the steady-rest that he made in order to deal with wobble of the long back pieces. Nice chair!