Canadian Woodworking Competition 2003

Competition Review


Canadian Woodworking Competition 2003

(lead photo) Carving Misc. 1st – Jean Claude Caron

The 2003 Canadian Woodworking Competition has been judged, and some of the 1st prize pieces are shown below. For a complete listing of all winners, their pieces, and prizes go to:

Prizes include: Delta 36-255L Twin Laser 12” Compound Mitre Saws; Porter-Cable 9826 19.2 volt Cordless Drill/Drivers, Lee Valley Tools gift certificates, Robert Sorby carving tool sets, Wizard Metal Detectors, Canadian Woodworking Magazine subscriptions, and exclusively designed trophies. All in all, almost $15,000.00 in prizes!

The publishers of Canadian Woodworking Magazine and judges Bill Luther (Busy Bee Tools), Don Gimby (Lee Valley Tools) and Graham McCulloch (ShortCuts) congratulate all of the entrants. Our decisions were tough as the entries were superb.

Watch for details on our 2004 Canadian Woodworking Competition!

Scroll Saw Intarsia 1st – David Tarr

Bowl Turning 1st – Jaimie Wolverton

Exterior Furniture 1st – Jeff Norris

Carving Birds 1st – Michael Trask

Interior furniture 1st – Wally Power

Novice 1st – Brian Knodel

Carving Wildlife 1st – Dan MacLean

Fretwork 1st – Don Nicholas

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