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July 26, 2017
To make the wrapping of the handle on his table flawless, Mike Pekovich uses some tricks borrowed from his days building fly rods in California.
July 6, 2017
Silhouette of the Past within the Present
The piece-de-resistance on David Fisher’s hand-carved bowl is the decorative chip carving around the rim
Synopsis: You can remove the color from wood without taking away its personality. Michael Robbins shows how on a white oak cabinet, where bleached panels contrast nicely with the natural…
June 23, 2017
Below is an excerpt from Doug Stowe's book Tiny Boxes. Turning pens is a popular hobby among woodworkers. If you are a pen turner, you might enjoy making a fine…
May 31, 2017
Andrew Hunter learned his ultrastrong, rigid frame-and- panel construction from studying the work of Chinese cabinetmakers, who’ve been using it for centuries. In this video, watch Hunter demonstrate some other amazing interlocking joinery.
A common motif in Federal furniture, the inlaid shaded fan is not difficult to make. Bob Van Dyke demonstrates how to make a five-segmented quarter fan inlay.
Marcus Soto's technique starts with a slurry of Polyx-Oil sanding in to fill the grain. After that he applies it like a traditional oil finish and buffs it out.
A well-engineered pocket guarantees that a drawer will run true in all seasons
Derived from Chinese casework, this frame-and-panel approach combines the best attributes of a solid plank door and a traditional frame-and-panel
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