Lisa Raleigh
Web Producer

Since 2009, Lisa’s been heavily involved with Fine Woodworking content making sure that every article from the magazine gets published online. Now we’re excited to have her working full time on our site.

Lisa grew up just a few short miles from the Fine Woodworking offices, and often helped her father around his shop. She built a few small projects as a child and enjoyed woodshop in school, but it wouldn’t be until years later that the sawdust bug would return. Accepting her first job out of college at The Taunton Press, Lisa was reintroduced to the art of woodworking. Surrounded by inspiring craftsmen, she tried her hand once again at woodworking by building a pair of wine racks. Without even realizing it, she had found a new hobby that luckily enough could also provide a living. Within a few months of completing her first project, Lisa became the newest web producer at Fine Woodworking.

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December 2014

Fine Woodworking Magazine - December 2014 - Issue no. 243

Tool Guide 2014

Tool Guide 2014

Outdoor Projects

Outdoor Projects

Setting Up Shop

Setting Up Shop

Basic Skills & Techniques

Basic Skills & Techniques

How To Design Furniture

How To Design Furniture

October 2014

Fine Woodworking Magazine - October 2014 - Issue no. 242

Country Pine Hutch

Put your power tools aside because this classic pine hutch is built entirely with hand tools.

August 2014

Fine Woodworking Magazine - August 2014 - Issue no. 241

June 2014

Fine Woodworking Magazine - June 2014 - Issue no. 240

Federal Side Table

Master craftsman Steve Latta demystifies a variety of techniques as he demonstrates how to construct a Federal Side Table chock-full of period details.

April 2014

Fine Woodworking Magazine - April 2014 - Issue no. 239

February 2014

Fine Woodworking Magazine - February 2014 - Issue no. 238

Arts and Crafts Glass-Front Cabinet

From the through-mortise-and-tenons to the leaded-glass panel there's lots to explore in this technique-packed Video Workshop.

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UPDATE: The printing issues have been resolved. Thank you for your patience.

Re: Green Woodworking?

Hopefully his joinery is more accurate than his parking :) Thanks for sharing, Steve!

Re: Shop Talk Live 1: The Big Debut

members: yes, we will run this later next week as an archived episode.

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