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Derived from Chinese casework, this frame-and-panel approach combines the best attributes of a solid plank door and a traditional frame-and-panel
With practice, and these tips from Curtis Buchanan, using the shaving horse will become second nature
A well-engineered pocket guarantees that a drawer will run true in all seasons
Build a shooting board that allows you to rough out case miters on the tablesaw and then plane them to perfection
A traditional, crackled milk paint finish can add bold color and texture to any piece
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June 23, 2017
Below is an excerpt from Doug Stowe's book Tiny Boxes. To enter for a chance to win a copy of his book, visit the giveaway section at the end of…
May 31, 2017
Andrew Hunter learned his ultrastrong, rigid frame-and- panel construction from studying the work of Chinese cabinetmakers, who’ve been using it for centuries. In this video, watch Hunter demonstrate some other amazing interlocking joinery.
A common motif in Federal furniture, the inlaid shaded fan is not difficult to make. Bob Van Dyke demonstrates how to make a five-segmented quarter fan inlay.
Osmo Polyx-Oil is easy to use, durable, non-toxic, easy to repair, and easy on the environment. Marcus Soto uses it for much of his furniture. His technique starts with a…
May 2, 2017
With such a tiny cutter, sharpening a cutting gauge can be an infuriating thing
April 10, 2017
A crackled milk paint finish adds an attractive visual effect to a piece, but its textures are just as appealing. In this video, we'll show you what the process looks like.
March 29, 2017
Wooden hand screws are versatile, but they can be confounding to use. We'll help you eliminate frustration and show you a few tricks to get the most from these clamps.
Bob Van Dyke demonstrates how to properly use a marking gauge to make sure you get perfect scribe lines every time
Associate editor Anissa Kapsales takes the Domino to another level by using shims to offset parts consistently and create interesting reveals.
Build your own and get better joints from the start, with cleaner, more accurate layout lines
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