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Everybody makes mistakes. The difference is that professional woodworkers know the secret is to fix them so nobody can tell they ever happened. To compile a woodworker’s survival guide, we talked to FWW’s top authors to get their greatest tips on fixing mistakes. The problems fall into three categories: defects and flaws in the wood, miscut joinery, and undersize parts. But there are some tips that apply to every mistake and every project.
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The low-down on prefinishing parts, and the perfect finish for tools and drawer runners.
The Shakers had this diminutive design pegged
Five ways to keep your top tight and flat through the seasons
Give your joinery skills a workout
Avoid construction mishaps by looking at mistakes from the past
See how Robert and Tor Erickson made the strong and stunning connections between wrought steel and solid wood in their trestle table.
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