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Installing a Lock on the Whiskey Cabinet

Installing a Lock on the Whiskey Cabinet

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With a router table and some hand tools, Ben Blackmar mortises the brass lock for this small cabinet into the door frame

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Furniture Student Builds Reproduction of Emily Dickinsons Bureau

Furniture Student Builds Reproduction of Emily Dickinson's Bureau

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A young furniture maker gets in touch with the past, and helps reconstruct Emily Dickinson's bedroom.

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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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Make a Splined-Miter Picture Frame Without Clamps

Make a Splined-Miter Picture Frame Without Clamps

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Using string and wooden blocks to clamp miters makes it easy to align corners too- unlike traditional clamps.

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Arched-Top Whiskey Cabinet

Arched-Top Whiskey Cabinet

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This beautiful cherry cabinet can "hold it's liquor" in Federal high-style

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The Funeral Chair Part One: Assembling the Cut List.

The Funeral Chair Part One: Assembling the Cut List.

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The first video installment from my new book, The Unplugged Woodshop.

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Cutting Bench Makes it easy to convert fresh-cut logs into turning blanks

Cutting Bench Makes it easy to convert fresh-cut logs into turning blanks

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Use this bench and a chainsaw to make bowl and spindle blanks for woodturning.

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End Grain Hollowing Project: Turning an Egg Cup

End Grain Hollowing Project: Turning an Egg Cup

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Turning an egg cup is an excellent project for developing foundation skills in spindle turning and end-grain hollowing.

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Tips for Tops

Tips for Tops

A favorite with kids of all ages, the spinning top is a great project for woodturners to practice their spindle turning cuts.

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Intermediate Workbench Video Series

Intermediate Workbench Video Series

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A serious workbench for woodworkers with limited shop space

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Using end grain to make drawer front veneers

Using end grain to make drawer front veneers

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Inspired by a sideboard that appeared on Fine Woodworking's back cover, I used end grain veneers on some small drawers for a cabinet I made recently.

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Building a Cherry TV Cabinet - Part III

Building a Cherry TV Cabinet - Part III

In the final installment of this 3-part series, it's time to glue the case up, fit the doors, and apply a finish

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Shaker chimney cupboard questions?

Shaker chimney cupboard questions?

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If you have any questions about the recent Shaker chimney cupboard video workshop, post them here and I'll be happy to answer them.

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Tweaking a shaker table

Tweaking a shaker table

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Padauk pegs add a whimsical detail

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A Solid Cherry Beam Becomes a Cool Stool

A Solid Cherry Beam Becomes a Cool Stool

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How to make a quick bar stool out of a solid cherry beam.

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Portable mill sawing up a local Cherry tree

Portable mill sawing up a local Cherry tree

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A local Cherry tree is sectioned up, and utilized for furniture lumber

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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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Fixing my miscut, dovetailed rail

Fixing my miscut, dovetailed rail

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Working through a mistake while building the Shaker side table from FWW 210.

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Furniture of the Future Inspired by Designs of the Past

Furniture of the Future Inspired by Designs of the Past

    A ghost story from the custom desks gallery.  Take a look at the picture below. Table/Desk by BWTribble.com at CustomMade.com This is an interpretation by Barry...

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A quick method for moving long slabs

A quick method for moving long slabs

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Two clamps and two dollies make long slabs maneuverable in a small shop.

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