We had about 20 of the members of the chapter set up workstations and furniture in the great hall of the DIA.
Each of the participants demonstrated one of the woodworking techniques used in making the furniture pieces that we displayed.
Our goal was to educated both young and old in the furniture style and woodworking techniques. Once we got setup they opened at 10 am things got very busy.
We had about 1000 people come through in the two days. We also recruited new members and may have picked up a few.
Below we are setting up of the demonstrations. Many of our members were in period dress. Some good looking guys.
We have some very talented woodworkers in our chapter. Below is Ed Stuckey's gorgeous federal table.
Steve Lash's Arm Chair and Dale Asherman's progress on copying Steve's chair.
This beautiful tall clock made by Bill Wayland.
Of course my Goddard card table.
Here are some of the work stations. Carving the ball and claw. Notice the treadle lathe in the background. There were no power tools present.
Hollows and rounds, wooden molding planes.
Dan Reahard was carving the details on his tall clock. Such beautiful carving, I am jealous.
I am trying to gain the interest of a young potential woodworker!
It was a great weekend. Here is a short video of the show.