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Gregory Paolini began woodworking in high school and found that he had an affinity for the Arts and Crafts style. Originally from Buffalo, N.Y., he and his wife moved in 2006 to a small town near Asheville, N.C., which is becoming a center for woodworkers. They had plenty of company on the trip, in the form of their rottweiler, Stu, and almost a dozen ferrets that Paolini calls his “shop assistants.” Paolini’s home is not far from the Cold Mountain of best-seller and movie fame.
March 25, 2015
Traditional joinery and modern fasteners team up to simplify construction
February 5, 2014
Q: When routing mortises like in “A Guide to Guide Bushings” (FWW #207), I use a bit that’s the same size as the mortise, but my mortises always get packed with…
June 6, 2013
There are three versions: flush, with the bearing on top; pattern, with the bearing on the bottom; and combination, with bearings on top and bottom
Q: I’m making Greg Paolini’s Morris chair (“Build a Bow-Arm Morris Chair,” FWW #205). When gluing the veneers to the legs, I ended up with some gaps along the glueline. How…
February 7, 2013
These bits have four cutting edges, with two of them angled backward to create a negative shearing cut
Learn how to cut a clean, accurate mortise in under 60 seconds
January 11, 2013
No jointer? No problem. Learn how to joint a perfect edge on any board, using your router table.
December 18, 2012
Accurate set-up ensures perfect rabbets, every time.
Sure, you can ease the edges of furniture parts with a block plane or even sandpaper, but a router table can tackle multiple parts a lot faster.
December 6, 2012
Make better, faster through-dovetails, with a trick for perfect half-blinds, too
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