How to get a new lathe up and running.
The right kind of scraps can make a distinctive turning--or a disaster
Florida Hosts 27th Annual American Association of Woodturners Symposium
Sometimes, the best tool isn't the one in the store.
Listen to an NPR profile of the legendary furniture-maker
How work intersected with radio listening and TV viewing twice in one week.
One of the most successful woodturners in modern times earns a Masters of the Medium Award.
A classic but cantankerous plane behaves long enough to run molding for a small cabinet
A basic cabinet provides an excuse to try out an old handplane
A new book showcases the work of this major woodturner and gives unique insights into his approach to the craft
The Guild of New Hampshire Woodworkers bucks a trend and launches a new quarterly publication.
An tongue-in-cheek guide to handling a tiny tool
Conscious and subconscious sources for woodturnings
Why I like working with small handplanes and chisels
An easy-to-apply finish has an unwelcome side effect
Learning how to fit drawers in a not-so-perfect case
How one person used woodworking to relieve unusual stresses in his life.
Final touches on a Georgian reproduction
Further steps in making a reproduction Georgian tea caddy
Getting started on a unique woodturning project.
Corners with kerfs. What a concept! Take an in-depth look at this creative technique for making a continues sided box from a single board. See the process start to finish with photos and how-to directions.
I wanted the bowl to be reminiscent of work by Bob Stocksdale, one of the mid-20th century turners who helped reinvigorate the craft. It's made from mahogany and measured 7 in. in dia. and 2 in. high...
I built this cabinet from butternut to hold some of the small bowls I've turned recently. The piece is 32-3/4 in. high, 8 in. wide and 8 in. deep. To make the frame-and-panel sides, I plowed a groove...