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  • Float the TopFloat the Top

    by Tim Rousseau

    This elegant hall table features graceful curves and exposed joinery with a distinctly Eastern flair. Building this seemingly simple design hinges on a variety ...

  • A Revolution in Chair MakingA Revolution in Chair Making

    by Michael C. Fortune

    Beauty, comfort, and strength come together in this chair designed by Michael Fortune. In traditional chairmaking the legs, rails, seat, and back are part of a ...

  • Shaker-Inspired Hall TableShaker-Inspired Hall Table

    by Christian Becksvoort

    No matter where you put this table, it looks good and it fits in. The design is sturdy but looks light and attractive, thanks in large part to the splay of the ...

  • Build a Hayrake TableBuild a Hayrake Table

    by Michael Pekovich

    The heart of this rustic table is its hayrake-shaped stretcher system inspired by English Arts and Crafts designer Sidney Barnsley. The quartersawn white oak project ...

  • Pens Make Great GiftsPens Make Great Gifts

    by Barry Gross

    Pen turning is fun, it's a great use for scraps, and it can probably be done mostly with tools you already own and skills you already have. Barry Gross will show ...

  • Build a Curved-Front DeskBuild a Curved-Front Desk

    by Chris Gochnour

    This desk is awash in curves: the inward curve of the front, the stepped heights of the drawer fronts, the shape of the legs, and the edge of the topÑeven the drawers ...

  • Build a Greene-and-Greene Picture FrameBuild a Greene-and-Greene Picture Frame

    by Kelly J. Dunton

    This frame has all the hallmarks of the Greene-and-Greene style that inspired it: rounded edges, stepped sides, square pegs, and cloud-lift patterns. But it also ...

  • Build a Serpentine Sideboard, Part 2Build a Serpentine Sideboard, Part 2

    by Steve Latta

    The finicky joints, painstaking inlay, and multi-step door construction are behind you. In Part Two of this Federal sideboard project, you'll learn how to finish ...

  • Build Your First WorkbenchBuild Your First Workbench

    by Bob Van Dyke

    A workbench with an end vise and front vise is easily the most important tool in your shop, one that you use on every project. If you don’t already have one, or ...

  • House Your Tools in High StyleHouse Your Tools in High Style

    by Chris Gochnour

    This tool cabinet blends utility and great aesthetics, giving your shop a practical place to house tools in a beautiful package. What's more, it can be built with ...

  • Pivoting Plywood CartPivoting Plywood Cart

    by Michael Puryear

    This panel cart acts like a shop assistant, ending the solo woodworker's struggle with wrestling sheet goods around the shop. Simply load 4x8 sheets on the panel ...

  • Simple-to-Make Tool Holders for a CabinetSimple-to-Make Tool Holders for a Cabinet

    by Thomas McKenna

    These holders can be adapted to fit any cabinet and can be made in no time

  • The Wired WorkbenchThe Wired Workbench

    by John White

    When the editors of FWW decided to build a bench designed for power tools, they had to throw out much of what they'd always felt a typical workbench should be. ...

  • Build a Serpentine Sideboard, Part 1Build a Serpentine Sideboard, Part 1

    by Steve Latta

    With its sweeping facade, this Federal sideboard is an ambitious project. The doors and drawers are curved and veneered with mahogany. The six legs—two rear corner, ...

  • Two Unique LampsTwo Unique Lamps

    by Christian Becksvoort

    These handsome lamps, created with rings of veneer, will bring warmth to any room. The light shining through the overlapping rings creates a unique effect, and ...

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