JAN / FEB 2001Volume 44 / Issue 1
IN THIS ISSUEProject ArticlesGrandfather Clock, Part 3The Porch SwingThe Kite String Winder
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Feature Articles and Neat StuffYou’ll Find Inside
A Clockmaker’s Diary The third of a three-installment series on building an heirloom-quality Grandfather’s Clock In this, our final installment of The Clockmaker’s Diary, we’ll build the base assembly for the clock!
Relax this Spring and Summer in our old-fashioned Porch Swing Just like the one Grandma had on her front porch when you were growing up This handsome Porch Swing makes a great place to relax with a tall, cool one after a long day of yard work. And in spite of its beautiful appearance, it’s an easy weekend project!
Now, you can “Go fly a kite!” at Summer street fairs and flea markets Good kite string winders like this are not as easy to find as they once were. Get set to make some extra cash by “cranking-out” these affordable, first-rate Kite String Winders. They’re quick and easy to make and great sellers at Spring/Summer events.