Hinge Mortises on the Tablesaw
Customize Your Router for Centered Mortises
Simple Cabinetry with Pocket Hole Joinery
Workbench Tool Storage Solutions
Speed Up Handplane Honing with Your Ruler
Capture More Dust from Your Router Table
The Essential Tool Chest
How to Sharpen Hollow Chisel Mortising Bits
A Woodworker's Guide to Grain Direction
How to Sharpen a Spokeshave
Smoothing Plane Tips and Techniques
Simple Tape Trick for Tight Fitting Through-Mortises
The Coolest Cutting Board Ever?
Finishing Technique for Greene and Greene Furniture
Drawbore Your Mortise-and-Tenon Joinery
UPDATED: What Tools Are on Your Holiday Wish List?comments (287) November 24th, 2009 in blogs
Update - December 30, 2009 - 3:37 p.m. (EST)
Congratulations to our three prize winners. If your comment wasn't selected at random, don't fret. We're sure to have more prize giveways in the near future!
• 2009 Fine Woodworking Archive DVD-ROM: medicrs
• Bench Cookies: brannigan3
• Bench Cookies: Andrey
The holiday season is upon us! What tools and woodworking items are you putting on your wish list?
Around or about Dec. 14, we'll compile the comments into a poll so we can discover the most-requested woodworking gift of 2009.
Not sure what to ask for? Get ideas from our Top 10 Tools for a Tough Economy article. It was published in the recent Tools & Shops issue.
Or, scope out the Fine Woodworking Fine Woodworking store where you can buy countless books, plans, and DVDs. This year, don't miss our Holiday Sale where your loved ones can get 25% off hundreds of products and free shipping on orders of $50 or more.
|More Gift Ideas
• Patrick McCombe's 'list': Happy Holidays to Me
• Great Gifts for Woodworkers
• Great Gifts Under $50
• What Woodworkers Really Want
• The Wood Whisperer's Holiday Gift Guide
• Stu's Shed: What if everything you want is over budget?
Update: Just saw a new giveaway/game concept on our store site: Register here to win a Flip Camcorder or a $150 Visa gift card. It's a daily drawing so you can go back once a day to renter. There's also an Advent Calendar game.
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