The Veneer Tech Craftsman's Challenge award winners have been announced for 2021
To recognize this year's award-winning projects featuring excellence in veneering, Woodworking Network proudly presents the Veneer Tech Craftsman's Challenge Award Presentation at AWFS. The presentation was held at Woodworking Network's booth (#4447) at AWFS on Thursday, July 22nd at 4:30pm PT.
It doesn't matter how much veneer or other wood products have been used in a project, or where the veneer material was purchased. All woodworkers need to do is demonstrate their excellence in design and craftsmanship with quality photos of their work.
The contest not only honors the creators of great veneer woodwork, but it also rewards the distributors and sales representatives who help woodworkers find the best veneer for their projects.
The Grand Prize winner receives $3000 cash and other category winners receive $1000. PLUS all awarded entries receive valuable publicity in FDMC Magazine, among trade groups and on WoodworkingNetwork.com! The 2021 Craftsman's Challenge competition is closed for new entries and the winners will be announced at AWFS in Las Vegas July 22nd.
See the winners from the 2021 Craftsman's Challenge
To recognize this year's award-winning projects featuring excellence in veneering, Woodworking Network proudly presented the Veneer Tech Craftsman's Challenge Award Presentation at AWFS. The presentation was held at Woodworking Network's booth (#4447) at AWFS on Thursday, July 22nd at 4:30pm PT and was hosted by Brendan Linehan and Will Sampson of Woodworking Network.
David W. Lamb, a cabinetmaker in Canterbury, New Hampshire captured the Grand Prize in the Veneer Tech Craftsman’s Challenge for 2021 with a contemporary styled furniture piece called “New Hampshire Secretary.”
To recognize excellence in veneer woodworking, Woodworking Network presents the entries to this year's Veneer Tech Craftsman’s Challenge awards. The annual competition will accept entries until midnight, June 7, 2021 - so these are just the entries we've gotten so far.