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Pint-sized arts and crafts cabinet

Pint-sized arts and crafts cabinet

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Here's a great little project that packs in a big Arts and Crafts punch. It's a scaled-down version of an Arts and crafts display case that I had originally built for Fine Woodworking. It incorporates the same features as the original, but requires less lumber and effort to build.

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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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How to Cut Tenons on the Bandsaw

How to Cut Tenons on the Bandsaw

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Team up your tablesaw and bandsaw to cut precise tenons quickly

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Adjustable, Collapsible, Stackable, Packable Lights

Adjustable, Collapsible, Stackable, Packable Lights

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A simple design utilizing standard under cabinet fluorescent lights.

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How to Make a Drawbored Mortise and Tenon Joint

How to Make a Drawbored Mortise and Tenon Joint

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Okay, maybe I'm not ready to get rid of my clamps just yet, but with drawbore pegs, I'll be doing a lot less clamping in the future.

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Praktrik-ally impossible furniture

Praktrik-ally impossible furniture

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Designed to puzzle: Bulgarian architect Petar Zaharinov's clever designs range from practical, Danish-style aesthetics to M.C. Escher-like complexity. Plus, they come packaged in their own self-contained shopping baggie. Check out these nifty tables--they might boggle your senses!

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Weekend lantern project

Weekend lantern project

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Transform an inexpensive IKEA glass lamp with this simple, elegant and easily customized hardwood shroud. Makes a great intro to mortise and tenons for kids, so enlist your "apprentice" to cut the side panels and tenons.

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Williamsburg Day 3: Phil Lowe is a woodworking ninja

Williamsburg Day 3: Phil Lowe is a woodworking ninja

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On Day 3 of "Working Wood in the 18th Century" Phil Lowe took the stage, and stole the spotlight.

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Williamsburg, Day 2: Mind-Blowing 3-Way Miter Joint

Williamsburg, Day 2: Mind-Blowing 3-Way Miter Joint

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Andrew Hunter continued his exploration of Asian tools and techniques with a mind-blowing three-way miter that he cuts surprisingly simply with a mix of power and hand tools.

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Spanish woodworker shares finer points of side rabbet planes

Spanish woodworker shares finer points of side rabbet planes

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From a tiny workshop tucked away in Toledo, Spain, woodworker Julio Alonso shares sharpening techniques and surveys the versatility of these little planes.

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Day 6 Building a Workbench: Legs, Feet, Braces and Stretchers

Day 6 Building a Workbench: Legs, Feet, Braces and Stretchers

Do you want to know how to make a really strong base for your workbench? I'll show you how!

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Old Growth Pine Coffee Table

Old Growth Pine Coffee Table

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Made from reclaimed Pine floor joists and sub-flooring. Mortise and tenon construction with Chestnut wedges.

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VIDEO REPLAY: Tenon Shootout: Hand vs. Power Tools

VIDEO REPLAY: Tenon Shootout: Hand vs. Power Tools

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Watch the recording of our tenon shootout where two experts faced off to find the best way to cut a tenon: hand tools or power tools.

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Hand-tool lovers converge on Williamsburg

Hand-tool lovers converge on Williamsburg

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The furniture of Jefferson's Monticello is the topic of this year's Working Wood in the 18th Century conference, co-sponsored by Fine Woodworking and Colonial Williamsburg. Jefferson himself (in the person of Williamsburg's Bill Barker) showed up often at the show, to answer questions about Jefferson's life, work, and philosophy.

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Mock up leads to a happy ending

Mock up leads to a happy ending

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Time spent mocking up a project before building it helped me to dial in the design and get some important family feedback.

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A Dedicated Sharpening Bench - part 7 - The Glue-up

A Dedicated Sharpening Bench - part 7 - The Glue-up

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Continue along with author Tom Fidgen as he builds a dedicated sharpening bench.

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A Dedicated Sharpening Bench -part 6- Cutting the Top and building the Under Carriage

A Dedicated Sharpening Bench -part 6- Cutting the Top and building the Under Carriage

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Continue along with author Tom Fidgen as he builds a dedicated sharpening bench.

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- A Dedicated Sharpening Bench - part 5 - Shaping the Feet and Finishing the Frame

- A Dedicated Sharpening Bench - part 5 - Shaping the Feet and Finishing the Frame

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Continue along as author Tom Fidgen builds a dedicated sharpening bench.

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A Dedicated Sharpening Bench - part 4- The Frame

A Dedicated Sharpening Bench - part 4- The Frame

Continue along with author Tom Fidgen as he builds a sharpening bench.

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A Dedicated Sharpening Bench- Part 3 : Hand-Cut Joinery

A Dedicated Sharpening Bench- Part 3 : Hand-Cut Joinery

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Continue on with author Tom Fidgen as he builds a dedicated sharpening bench.

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