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Carving a Wooden Spoon

Carving a Wooden Spoon

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Follow along as I muddle my way through my first attempt at carving a wooden spoon.

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Adventures in Building a Tablesaw

Adventures in Building a Tablesaw

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One enterprising woodworker sets off to build his own tablesaw. Find out if it cuts the mustard.

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52 boxes, 52 weeks: Box 4

52 boxes, 52 weeks: Box 4

This is the fourth box I've made in my effort to make 52 boxes over the course of a year.

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Book Giveaway: The Furniture Bible: Everything You Need to Know to Identify, Restore & Care for Furniture by Christophe Pourny

Book Giveaway: The Furniture Bible: Everything You Need to Know to Identify, Restore & Care for Furniture by Christophe Pourny

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Leave a comment here for a chance to win a copy of The Furniture Bible

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52 boxes, 52 weeks: Box 3

52 boxes, 52 weeks: Box 3

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Check out the third box I made in my attempt to make 52 boxes during the course of one year.

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Check Out This Gilded Furniture Restoration

Check Out This Gilded Furniture Restoration

Frequent contributor and finishing expert, Peter Gedrys, recently restored the furniture collection from the Lowes Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, New York. The theatre, which originally opened in 1929...

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Turning a Better Honey Dipper

Turning a Better Honey Dipper

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Frustrated by a poorly designed turning, I set out to turn my own improved honey dipper.

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52 boxes in 52 weeks

52 boxes in 52 weeks

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Read how one editor has set himself a big design challege: make 52 boxes in 52 weeks. And see his first two boxes.

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Jumbo Jenga from 2x4s

Jumbo Jenga from 2x4's

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Your favorite block stacking game, with a twist

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The Up-Please Project

The Up-Please Project

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This fun-to-build step stool let's your child be at just the right height to help with any number of counter-height activities. With knock-down joinery, it easily stores away when not in use.

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Watch a Woodworking Master at Work with His Carving

Watch a Woodworking Master at Work with His Carving

Our pal and frequent contributor, Phil Lowe, recently was part of an exhibit at the Peabody Essex Museum in Massachusetts - sort of. He starred in the background. They showed videos of him during "In...

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A Classic Bicycle Gets Re-Imagined... In Wood

A Classic Bicycle Gets Re-Imagined... In Wood

One crazy woodworker finds a creative outlet through his woodworking- and his only goal is making folks smile.

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Steel City Tool Works Ceases Operations

Steel City Tool Works Ceases Operations

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The tool company started "By Woodworkers, For Woodworkers" closes its doors

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UPDATE: Shaker Oval Boxes, Volume 1 by John Wilson

UPDATE: Shaker Oval Boxes, Volume 1 by John Wilson

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See who won a copy of Shaker Oval Boxes

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Fine Furniture Created by Inmates from New Hampshire and Maine Correctional Facilities

Fine Furniture Created by Inmates from New Hampshire and Maine Correctional Facilities

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  "A New Path: Prison Furniture Making Program," is an exhibition, presented by the New Hampshire Furniture Masters, of works by inmates participating in the Furniture Masters' Prison Outreach...

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River City Bicycles: No Shortcuts

River City Bicycles: No Shortcuts

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Owner Dave Guettler discusses how he has managed to sneak his passion for woodworking into a successful bicycle business.

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Milling Lumber: Art Imitates... Trees?

Milling Lumber: Art Imitates... Trees?

Can you name all the cuts of wood? Swiss artist Vincent Kohler understands wood, and shows it off in his creations

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Bowsaw built in a weekend

Bowsaw built in a weekend

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A quick and fun project, this saw was easy to make and is going to be very handy in the shop

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Leveraging grain in resawing

Leveraging grain in resawing

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How a board is cut (flat-, rift-, or quartersawn) effects the quality of a bookmatch you can get from resawing it.

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