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Even the smallest chisel you can buy is sometimes too big for inlay and stringing, so make your own, using jeweler’s files for the blades.
March 25, 2014
The "learning table" I've named because I tried to incorporate something new to me during every step of this project. This is the first table I have built. It's also…
September 13, 2012
When it comes to working ebony, hand tools take center-stage
July 26, 2012
If the central panel is veneered, you can just add the inlay pieces to the edges of the sheet before laying up the panel, with no wood-movement worries
June 30, 2012
Federal Style Hall Table This table is very compact but has enough capacity to handle those entry way package and mail perch duties as well as storing car keys,…
February 8, 2012
Learn how Chris Gochnour inlaid stringing into the top of his curved front desk featured in Fine Woodworking #225.
December 23, 2011
This table uses Walnut and Poplar (secondary) wood. Inlays and stringing are holly and dyed castela. Banding is aspen, mahogany and dyed castela. Stringing grooves were hand cut using...
September 9, 2011
Learn how to execute seemingly tricky curved stringing for your finest furniture.
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