Make layout easier and get cleaner results
Make them bigger, reduce gaps, and don’t spare the glue
How a chunk of red oak forced me to rethink the details of a cabinet
Ten tools that every woodworker should have to layout your next project
Simple technique for a classic motif
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December 2, 2016
Sometimes we need a break from the noise and dust of machine work. Take a quiet moment and watch as Mike Pekovich assembles a beautiful kumiko panel.
Designer Will Acland and maker Tim Smith built the bent-laminated frame of their curved chair using straight-grained, flitch-cut European ash veneer and MDF forms
Learn how to enhance your furniture with this Japanese latticework technique
Old-world exercise hones hand-tool skills
November 28, 2016
With a few basic turning tools, you can create beautiful storage for the kitchen
November 15, 2016
The card scraper is your the first tool to grab to clean up any plane tracks or minor tear out left behind by your planes
November 2, 2016
A sanding block is an essential piece of woodworking equipment, with designs ranging from basic to high-tech. I’ve had good luck with this bandsawn block for many years. It can…
When using my drill press, I find that some workpieces need to be held down firmly, while others benefit from a stop block for repeat positioning. This two-position drill-press fence…
For tasks like trimming wood plugs or removing dried glue in corners, I’ve wanted a chisel plane for a long while. I know they are available commercially, but I had…
Planing stops and saw hooks add speed and accuracy to your handwork
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