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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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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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Hybrid Tool Chest, Part III

Hybrid Tool Chest, Part III

Correcting some issues and adding an interior to this East-meets-West tool box.

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5 Awesome Woodworking Tips and Tricks

5 Awesome Woodworking Tips and Tricks

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Enjoy this grab-bag of great woodworking tips and tricks from wood bending wizard Michael Fortune

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Hybrid Tool Chest, Part II

Hybrid Tool Chest, Part II

A wedge-driven lid finishes off the exterior of my beginner's toolbox

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The Woodworking Shows, Northeast.

The Woodworking Shows, Northeast.

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Vendors, instructors, and waves of woodworkers gather in Springfield, Mass.

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Beautility Exhibition is all About Practical Beauty in Craft

"Beautility" Exhibition is all About Practical Beauty in Craft

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The Messler Gallery show features everyday items that are beautiful, wooden, and made by hand.

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Hybrid Tool Chest, Part I

Hybrid Tool Chest, Part I

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Managing my way through a beginner's toolbox project.

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A New Take On Handmade

A New Take On Handmade

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An Ethiopian man builds beyond disabilities.

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A Beginners Mitered Box

A Beginner's Mitered Box

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A novice's attempt at design and execution.

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The Unfinished Cathedral

The Unfinished Cathedral

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An architect's passion and talent expressed through woodworking.

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Digital Angle Gauge: What do you use yours for?

Digital Angle Gauge: What do you use yours for?

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Do you have a digital inclinometer in your shop?

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We Want to See Your Shop

We Want to See Your Shop

Find out how your workshop could be featured in the pages of your favorite woodworking magazine

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Revolution-Era Joiners Shop Found in MA

Revolution-Era Joiner's Shop Found in MA

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A restoration carpenter recently stumbled onto a "once in a lifetime find": a joiner's shop dating to the late 1700s.

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Big Router Table on a Budget

Big Router Table on a Budget

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By using inexpensive lumber and grabbing castoffs from other woodworkers, I was able to put money where it matters most: a high-end router lift

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Rockler has 5 great ideas under $25

Rockler has 5 great ideas under $25

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Rockler launched more product innovations than any other manufacturer at IWF, and our faves are all under $25!

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Freeze your beetles

Freeze your beetles

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If treating an infestation with heat or chemicals seems too pricey and inconvenient, consider cold storage.

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10-year-old woodworker captivates with how-to videos

10-year-old woodworker captivates with how-to videos

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Canadian boy's online exploits catch the eye of woodworking enthusiasts and manufacturers.

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Greatest community shop on the planet?

Greatest community shop on the planet?

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Sun City West, a massive active-retirement community in the Phoenix area, has a 7,000-sq-ft. community woodworking shop, with 800 members and every bit of equipment a happy woodworker could want! At 45, I've got 10 years to wait...

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Building wooden bikes

Building wooden bikes

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Video-profile of bicycle builders who specialize in using reclaimed trees

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