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The stopped chamfer is a classic detail on table legs, columns and other furniture parts. drawing them in SketchUp might seem like a difficult thing but it's actually pretty straightforward.…
Adding hardware is often one of the trickier parts of a project, and this toolbox is no exception. In this video, Matt installs the door pins and lock in a way that ensures perfect alignment of the door.
While reproducing a piece from Colonial Williamsburg's collection, Bill stumbles upon a mystery that can only be solved through imitation
Associate editor Anissa Kapsales takes the Domino to another level by using shims to offset parts consistently and create interesting reveals.
Shaker-inspired design is comfortable and practical
Precision jig eliminates gaps and headaches
Expert tips and tricks for cleaning up glue
When you get the hang of it, your skew will leave a surface so nice and slick that 600-grit sandpaper would mess it up
A strong joint that’s widely used in door and face frames, the bridle joint is simple in its anatomy and execution. A tenon on the rail fits an open-ended mortise…
Matt finishes up the door, cleaning up the bevels, finishing the panel, mortising for the lock, and finally gluing up.
Work continues in the machine room making the raised panel, with a clever tablesaw jig that not only maintains accuracy, but safety as well.
Matt begins the work on the door by making the mortise and tenoned frame.
The way that drawers fit can make or break a piece. In this video, Matt shows you how to perfectly fit the assembled drawers to your case opening, for drawers that will look great and function properly for years to come.
Build a shooting board that allows you to rough out case miters on the tablesaw and then plane them to perfection
Blending two Shaker traditions—furniture and sewing—this small stand has a central post, three dovetailed spider legs, a rectangular top, and two underhung drawers that open from either side
Build your own and get better joints from the start, with cleaner, more accurate layout lines
Trouble-free method for installing this tricky hardware
Create lightweight panels with a heavyweight look
In this video, Matt takes some of the lessons learned in episodes 3 & 4 and builds on them to demonstrate the North Bennet Street method for the half-blind, or half-lapped, dovetails on the toolbox drawers.
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For many, the North Bennet Street School toolbox serves as a badge of honor, but for the instructors at the school, the toolbox is an important teaching tool that covers…
Nothing exemplifies the quality of an accomplished and experienced woodworker better than the full command of handplanes. In this online video class, teacher and furniture maker Mike Pekovich leads you…
Watch as Michael Cullen shows you how to build his bandsawn boxes that are quick to make, requiring no measuring, no joinery, and almost no planning.
Watch as master furniture maker Kevin Rodel shows you how to build his elegant interpretation on a classic Limbert design.
Scrap the legs and learn to build a pedestal dining table that's just as strong
Learn how to build a Queen Anne Lowboy and earn your stripes as a period furniture maker
With a stout base, thick top, and abundant tool storage, this is one bench you’ll never outgrow
Learn the basics of woodturning by crafting five unique projects
Michael Pekovich demonstrates advanced grain matching and milling techniques while building a beautiful side table from a single cherry board in this Video Workshop series.
Learn how to build beautiful boxes sporting intricate geometric veneer patterns.
Put your power tools aside because this classic pine hutch is built entirely with hand tools.
Wood-bending master Michael C. Fortune shows you how to build a beautiful garden chair with classy curves.
Master craftsman Steve Latta demystifies a variety of techniques as he demonstrates how to construct a Federal Side Table chock-full of period details.
From the through-mortise-and-tenons to the leaded-glass panel there's lots to explore in this technique-packed Video Workshop.
Woodworking legend Philip C. Lowe shows you how to build a workbench that doubles as a tool storage center.
Matt Kenney explains what’s involved in building an elegant bow-front wall cabinet using vacuum press veneer techniques.
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