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Great Woodworking Tips, Techniques, and Storiescomments (0) March 24th, 2011 in blogs
Over the years, our editors have been lucky enough to capture some pretty great techniques and stories--via audio and photography--from some of the country's finest craftspeople. Those audio slideshows have proven to be pretty popular among our readers--so much so, that it's worth taking a look back at some of our most popular slideshow hits from the past couple of years.
Best of--Audio Slideshows
Browse some of our best hits from the past two years.
|Audio Slideshow: Nakashima's Leg
The question of how to repair a broken chair leg takes on new meaning when it comes to super-fine furniture.
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|Audio Slideshow: Simple Way to Inlay Mother of Pearl
Furniture maker Craig Thibodeau takes a cue from the music world with his ingenious method for inlaying mother of pearl.
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|Audio Slideshow: Making the King's Furniture
Join furniture maker Aaron Radelow on a journey through some of the most precise, intricate, and beautiful marquetry work you're every likely to see.
More on boulle marquetry:
Boulle Marquetry Basics: Part One
Boulle Marquetry Basics: Part Two
|Audio Slideshow: How to Make Leaded Glass Windows
Learn how to make leaded glass windows by watching this step-by-step audio slideshow with Fine Woodworking art director Michael Pekovich.
More on leaded glass:
Leaded Glass Made Easy
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