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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

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

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STL 85: Furniture Maker Chris Gochnour

STL 85: Furniture Maker Chris Gochnour

FWW contributor Chris Gochnour on his favorite tools, successes, and trials as a furniture maker

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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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SNL sheds a tear for the woodworker

SNL sheds a tear for the woodworker

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Two new PSAs for the fictitious Woodworker's Association of America beg people to use toothpicks and avoid the Kindle in an effort to save the lumberjack.

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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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Master Craftsmen On Camera--and Behind It

Master Craftsmen On Camera--and Behind It

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An extraordinary new short film by Ben Proudfoot spotlights the work and inspirations of woodturner Steven Kennard.

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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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Cope & Stick Kitchen Doors

Cope & Stick Kitchen Doors

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In my shop, doors are made with through mortise & tenon joints, typical of classic 18th C. procedure. So I was quite curious about the joinery seen on our new kitchen cabinets. I wanted the classic...

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Great Rockler projects for brand-new woodworkers

Great Rockler projects for brand-new woodworkers

The innovators at Rockler haven't forgotten the wishful woodworkers, on the outside looking into the craft. These five products make it easy for anyone to create a useful project, with very few tools.

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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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Burial Urns for Veterans

Burial Urns for Veterans

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Recently I did a volunteer SketchUp job for a group of woodworkers in North Carolina. They are building simple burial urns for veterans using their donated time and materials. These urns are getting...

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STL 84: One Big Problem with Helical Cutterheads

STL 84: One Big Problem with Helical Cutterheads

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Helical cutterheads suck big power

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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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Simplify Dovetail Joinery with a Flip-Block

Simplify Dovetail Joinery with a Flip-Block

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Handy jig makes scribing dovetail joinery a bit easier

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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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A Simple Lattice

A Simple Lattice

I was having a conversation with a friend who designs some beautiful high end kitchens and other interior spaces using SketchUp. He was showing me a sliding pet gate that his client wants to...

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Quick Tip for Cutting Round Tenons

Quick Tip for Cutting Round Tenons

On a recent project, I needed to add round tenons to the end of a board. I could have drilled holes and glued in a dowel, but this simple solution was faster.

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