WoodworkingWeb Awards - Glorious Grain #3: And the Winners Are ...

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Our very first Awards are behind us and I think that they were pretty successful. You submitted 12 beautiful entries. Thank you all for submitting as well as voting for your favorite creations.

Here are the winning creations


  • $100 Cash Prize
  • WoodworkingWeb T-Shirt

Marquetry Chart Boxes by shipwright – 28 points


Runner Up

  • $50 Cash Prize
  • WoodworkingWeb T-Shirt

Big Leaf Maple Salt & Pepper Shakers by BarbS – 26 points


One Random Draw Winner

  • WoodworkingWeb T-shirt


Click here to see the complete results


And following are the three lucky winners of the WoodworkingWeb T-shirt (randomly selected from all the voters):



Congratulations! I’m going to PM the prize winners shortly.

Big thank you to all the amazing woodworkers who submitted creations in this awards!

-- -- Michal, http://WoodworkingWeb.com

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Haha, yes, we are still removing the Logos :)

It took us some time to get all the delivery information from all winners, but T-shirts were ordered, printed and sent already.

-- -- Michal, http://WoodworkingWeb.com

Martin or Michal….Did those T-Shirts go out to the winners yet? It’s been a month or so and I haven’t received one yet….Did you have to remove the KnittingCrocheting logos and replace them with WoodworkingWeb ??…lol…Not a huge deal…just curious

-- Measure "at least" twice and cut once


Big thank you to all the amazing knitters and crocheters who submitted creations in this awards!
So just how many of the projects entered were knitting and crocheting? ;-) We’re wondering if Kiefer, kdc68, and Timber will proudly wear their “KnittingCrocheting T-shirts.”


-- “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.” Benjamin Franklin

Thanks, all. These contests are fun, and the entries amazing. I’m very pleased and honored to be a finalist. Here’s to More Entries next time!

-- Might As Well Dance : http://barbsid.blogspot.com/

The results speak for themselves. The chart boxes are absolutely amazing. The salt and pepper shakers show that small and commonplace can also be elegant and beautiful. Very good work everyone!

-- Where are the band-aids?---Pro Libertate!

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