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Make a wedge and use it to cut all of the angled joinery in a dining chair.
Find out when you can get your hands on the DVD and project plan for Michael Fortune’s latest video series project
A ghostly woodworkers marks, cuts, glues, and finishes wood without ever being seen. How'd he do it?
See who won a copy of Making a Welsh Stick Chair
I was a judge at the Arizona Association of Fine Woodworkers 8th annual Excellence in Woodworking show in February. Check out these great pieces and get inspired.
At Fine Woodworking Live, this summer in New Paltz, NY, you'll get to learn from and swap stories with many of our star authors, none brighter than Michael Fortune, of Toronto, Canada.
I recently offered “Making Ladder Back Chairs with Russ Filbeck” in one of my book giveaways. So when I saw the news of a recent charity auction where Russ sold one of his chairs, I was...
Windsor-style chairs present new challenges to even experienced furniture makers. However, with a little patience the new tools and new techniques become valuable additions to your woodworking knowledge.
On Day 3 of "Working Wood in the 18th Century" Phil Lowe took the stage, and stole the spotlight.
On Day 3 of "Working Wood in the 18th Century," the presenters worked on three separate pieces, each showing the influence of Oriental imports on native furniture makers of the time.
We caught up with two of the guys behind Custommade.com, to talk about what they do, how they started, and their new partnership with Fine Woodworking to bring business advice to woodworkers interested in selling their work.
Once again at IWF, the Design Emphasis show drew crowds with top examples of student work from around the U.S.
There are over 3700 pieces in our online Readers Gallery. It''s a good place to go for inspiration. Here are some of my favorites.
The Betsy Ross House in Philadelphia recently remodeled its upholstery shop.
While Maloof and Krenov certainly created the template for the modern studio furnituremaker, I think they they also shared an furniture style: an offshoot of Danish Modern. And recent makers have taken up that mantle.
The question of how to repair a broken chair leg takes on new meaning when it comes to super-fine furniture.
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