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Learn why the miter joints on small boxes don't need to be reinforced. If you make and glue them together properly, they're plenty strong on their own.
A wedge-driven lid finishes off the exterior of my beginner's toolbox
It's not unusual to use a four corner grain match when making a box. Check out how I created a 12 corner grain match when I made a pair of boxes that sit together on a small tray.
Managing my way through a beginner's toolbox project.
Doug Stowe is an Arkansas Living Treasure, and the foundation that awards that distinction recently produced a short film about him. Watch it. It's good.
Side rail hinges are a great choice for fine boxes
Recently I had to figure out a way to make low-clearance pulls for drawers installed behind a sliding door.
This beautiful cherry cabinet can "hold it's liquor" in Federal high-style
See Tool_box's recent review of the the book. His post is just below...
While building a travel tool chest I had to make a hard desicion about which hand tools would make the cut. I'll tell you what I settled on, but I want to know which tools would end up in your tool chest.
At Colonial Williamsburg's annual conference, Working Wood in the 18th Century, this year's theme is "Small Things Considered." FWW is back again to lend support and bring you the highlights.
Revisiting an old design is a great opportunity to push the envelope, even if you were happy with the first try.
A matched pair of boxes makes a late Mother's Day present
Just a simple dovetailed box with a rope to keep it closed.
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