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Craftsman of the Month Contest
Cover of Rock&Gem V1N1 March-April 1971

The Winners
June 2001 Robert W. Edgar - Cabochon and Sterling Bracelet
May 2001 Scott Rose - Superman Mosiac
April 2001 Larry Hatcher - "The Chief" Obsidian Carving
March 2001 Diane Prokop - Cast Starfish Necklace and Earring Set
February 2001 Eric Imperiale - Pre-Columbian Style Sun Broach
January 2001 E.C. Aldrich - Tiger's Eye Bola and Belt Buckle
December 2000 Ronnie Rutledge - Sterling and Garnet Anklet
November 2000 Richard Morris - Gem State Bola
October 2000 Jefferson B. Lines - Stone Box
September 2000 Fred Wilson - Marble Ghost Pendant
August 2000 William Parker - Soapstone Crappies
July 2000 Yvonne Putman - Indian-Theme Mosaic
June 2000 Robert Waltke - Striking Cobra
May 2000 Frank Carbone - Stainless Steel Dagger
April 2000 Michael White, DDS - Serpentine Fairy Pin
March 2000 Aaron Mount Lemle - Shale Incense Burner
Febraury 2000 Donald E. Cunningham - Thumb Butte Bola
January 2000 Don Ulrich - Intarsia Jewelry Box
December 1999 Jan Wilson - Dreamcatcher Ostrich Egg
November1999 Peter M. Downie - Peacock
October 1999 Warren F. Helwig - Good Sam and Samantha Bola Ties
September 1999 Linda Ursillo - Agate Lamp Shade
August 1999 Colleen Butler - Slab Clocks
July 1999 Jon Klein - Found Serpentine Bowl
June 1999 Collette Divine - Scraps to Sculpture
May 1999 Gene Moberg - Replica of General Custer's House
Apr 1999 Rich Ragle - Quartz Crystal Chess Set
Mar 1999 Frankie Feirn - Dream in Wire
Feb 1999 John A. Mackey - Butterfly Box
Jan 1999 Wanda J. Little and Colleen Reigh - Malachite Necklace
Dec 1998 Dan Schwartzler - Jade Pendant and Earrings

It's Easy to Enter!

Craftsman of the Month winners will be featured in Rock&Gem Magazine, as well as receive a two-speed Dremel MultiPro Model 2850 Multi-Pro kit and a wall plaque in recognition of their creativity and craftsmanship.

To enter, simply write us a step-by-step description of how you crafted your project from start to finish. Don't worry about the quality of your writing; just state clearly the steps you followed to complete your project. Be sure to include at least one sharp close-up, color or black-and-white photo of the finished project, suitable for reproduction in Rock & Gem. Please submit digital photos as high resolution files, on disk only. Submissions will not be returned, so do not send originals.

Send your project description and photo, along with your name and street address (required for delivery), to:
Craftsman of the Month, Rock & Gem, 4880 Market Street, Ventura, CA 93003.

We want to see the fine lapidary projects our readers are making. Please share your work with us! You have nothing to lose, and a Dremel MultiPro tool and an impressive award plaque to gain. Thank You.

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