Spot the Difference: Fine Woodworking Classic Covers, Issue #99
Challenge yourself to examine some of Fine Woodworking's most popular covers, and find the changes we've made to the original. You have 30 seconds to find and click on 6 differences between the 2 covers. You will receive 200 points for each correct find, but you also lose 50 points for every missed click. Try to get a perfect score of 1200 points. Post your comments and game feedback in the the blogs.















ISSUE #99: New Yankee Workshop's Norm Abram sparked a storm of controversy when he appeared on the cover of the April 1993 issue of Fine Woodworking. The TV carpenter was a lightning rod for criticism by the woodworking elite who challenged Norm’s folksy approach to furniture making. Hey, we all make mistakes, right? Read the interview Norm Abram: Carpenter Turned Furnituremaker.

Can you “Spot the Difference” in all our Classic Covers?

Issue 1Issue 10Issue 25Issue 29Issue 34

Issue 41Issue 48Issue 56Issue 82Issue 99

Issue 103Issue 117Issue 146Issue 153Issue 165

Issue 169Issue 174Issue 180Issue 186Issue 200

Issue 166Issue 170Issue 175Issue 183Issue 189

Issue 96Issue 134Issue 158Issue 171Issue 184




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