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Campus exhibit highlights fine woodworking program
In Mesa, AZ, Bob Howard makes custom hand tools for woodworkers
Phoenix based club hosts annual Excellence in Woodworking Show
In the Roentgen's 18-century furniture, lavish marquetry and ornament conceals brilliant mechanical workings
Build a beautiful display piece
Period furniture expert Dan Faia shows how to build a Queen Anne classic.
Reader's accidental project is a constant safety reminder
But this one might grow on you...
Sonoma County Woodworkers Put on Quite a Show
Build a beautiful coffee table with help from Mario Rodriguez
SoCal contest sees huge increase in entries
Wall-mount cabinet abrasives sorted and handy
New Hampshire group's annual auction in 17th year
Detailed instructions in this free download
Cutoff container helps organize an important shop resource
Stickley inspired piece works well anywhere
If you care about trees – and what woodworker doesn’t – you’ll want to know about Frank Knight.
New school offers classes in a mountain retreat setting
Jan Zoltowski built this cabinet after amassing tools for 35 years. There's no reason for you to wait that long.
Ingenious puzzle desk unlocks secrets—if you can play its tune
One motorist's idea of a snazzy shopmade add-on
Intimate dinner or family feast, build a table that will fit any occasion
A traditional champion from Lonnie Bird.
Signed Townsend chest nets $3.1 million at auction
Spare design highlights traditional joinery
If you need a quick project for a late but welcome holiday gift, this simple candle holder will fit the bill.
Submitted by a Fine Woodworking reader, this simple shop project creates a space-saving way to store your gouges, parting tools and other turning gear.
A modern approach to a traditional design
Descending to the in-laws' basement and coming up with woodworking treasures
Wealth of talent on display in New Hampshire exhibit
A simple trick for aligning your cut mark with the blade
A matched pair of boxes makes a late Mother's Day present
Project grew from a friendly bet
Period makers donate pieces to museum exhibit
"Chairbombing" is not what it sounds like. Making neighborhoods more liveable, one woodworking project at a time
Seeking a second life for a shop practice piece
RISD students use fallen trees from historic sites
A woodworker's labor of love
Parents are discovering the virtue of teaching kids to work with their hands.
A chemist who left his mark on woodworking
South Carolina group keeps growing and expanding its mission
Our "top ten" woodworking wish list is a sure bet for anyone in search of a last-minute gift this holiday season.
For the second straight year, Boston furniture maker Kevin Mack has taken home a first-place ribbon from the Providence Furnishings Show.
Under cover of night, a public crusader with a toolbox
A review of Hendrik Varju's 5-dvd set on working with sheet goods
Furniture makers remember Emma Frid, Tage Frid’s wife, who passed away on Friday at the age of 92.
David Lamb chosen to as arts spokesman for New Hampshire
New Hampshire furniture maker Jon Brooks loses his eclectic workshop and studio to fire
And no, the one act isn't just sitting
If you like reclaimed wood, this might be right up your alley
English Furniture Maker was living link to Britain's Arts & Crafts Movement
Exhibit offers look at seldom displayed rural pieces
Inspiring pieces up for auction next week
The late furniture maker will be an important presence at this year's SOFA expo
Exhibit highlights formative years of craftsman's career
An auction highlights California furniture maker John Nyquist
Wood and film, both skillfully cut
Here's a fellow who's dedicated to his craft
Furniture Maker Shackleton aims to sustain his craft by reminding customers where their furniture comes from
Better than a box full of books
Barcelona shop turns out a variety of fine work
The award-winning drama's perfect sets are a great place to look for furniture ideas
Woodworker gives new meaning to "fast and furious" as he creates a charming chotchkie
Sharpening Doctor Gary Rogowski uses a hunk of cheddar to explain the difference between single, double, and hollow-grind bevels in this video tutorial
Is it possible to downsize without losing the shop?
Maine arts group recognizes FWW contributing editor
How not to kill time in your woodworking shop.
Giant lathe turns logs into sailing masts
A dresser for a daughter copies prized family piece
Our annual Tool Survey is underway...
Klinger! Mill up some more walnut!
Blaze also claims unfinished pieces by Mark Levin
Feeling cramped in your garage or basement shop? You might want a look at this…
With apologies to Guy Lombardo...