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...
One crazy woodworker finds a creative outlet through his woodworking- and his only goal is making folks smile.
The tool company started "By Woodworkers, For Woodworkers" closes its doors
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Recently I had an e-mail from a woodworker who is getting started with SketchUp. He was struggling with drawing angled mortises. He was trying to use Push/Pull but of course Push/Pull only works in...
Mike and Ed break the bad news about the supposed arrest of Matt Kenney before diving into questions on sharpening, workbenches, woodworking clamps, and a whole lot more.
"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...
You may be curious about using "Groups" vs. "Components". Often our blog posts have emphasized the importance and effectiveness of "Components". On rare occasion we may make a Group, but Components...
Owner Dave Guettler discusses how he has managed to sneak his passion for woodworking into a successful bicycle business.
Can you name all the cuts of wood? Swiss artist Vincent Kohler understands wood, and shows it off in his creations
A challenging three-legged side table with compound angles, ellipses and tapered, sculpted legs.
A tip on converting slides to digital if you can't get a good scan
Come check out our carnival sideshow of weird woodworking tools on an all-new Shop Talk Live
A quick and fun project, this saw was easy to make and is going to be very handy in the shop
How a board is cut (flat-, rift-, or quartersawn) effects the quality of a bookmatch you can get from resawing it.
Seattle woodworker Aaron Levine is equal parts Wharton Esherick and M.C. Escher. Using marquetry to create extraordinary repeating patterns, he creates mesmerizing surfaces on his beautifully crafted furniture.
John Gallagher showed great talent as a furniture maker but years ago turned to making wooden concert flutes. This engrossing video puts you in his shop as he makes flutes and describes the process.
Correcting some issues and adding an interior to this East-meets-West tool box.
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