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Proud joinery and playful shadows take center stage
Custom-made sanding drums let you smooth any curve
Shopmade L-shaped tenons create a powerful joint
From repairs to assembly to finishing, how to get the most from this versatile shop helper
These tiny tools will have a big impact on your furniture
Quick-to-make, casual seating designed to beat back the elements
Stretching the Windsor tradition
Demystifying one of woodworking's oldest traditions
Clean, sleek, and contemporary, Brian Hubel's recessed pulls can work almost anywhere.
After 36 years editing and illustrating Methods of Work, Jim Richey will step down with issue #254.
Matthias Pliessnig employs boatbuilding techniques to craft his curved seating.
Rules are made to be broken, and Matthias Pliessnig has been breaking furniture making rules ever since he started with the craft. The results are breathtaking, sinuous contemporary lines.
Bob Van Dyke shows you how he keeps his tools sharp in under three minutes.
Accidentally glue your fingers together with super glue? Here's what to do.
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