March 22, 2016
This occasional table (42"W x 12"D x30"H) is a modification of one of my previous designs. The top and shelf are of Douglas Fir saved for 75 years from a…
The Coffee Table (42"W x 16"D x 20"H) is made of my client's Douglas Fir saved for 75 years from when his father built the family home in Seattle, WA.…
July 29, 2015
Begin construction of the table's signature central column assembly with tips on how to cut rock-solid half-lapped joinery for the pedestal's arm and foot components.
April 24, 2015
This fun-to-build step stool let's your child be at just the right height to help with any number of counter-height activities. With knock-down joinery, it easily stores away when not…
March 25, 2015
Twin tenons maximize strength and add decorative flair
February 4, 2015
Fit tenons fast using the tablesaw and bandsaw
June 4, 2014
Ditch the clamps and add detail with this age-old technique
April 2, 2014
Q: In preparation for constructing a new workbench, I reviewed Garrett Hack’s article on his bench (“A Workbench 30 Years in the Making,” FWW #209). Why does he attach the…
February 5, 2014
Q: When routing mortises like in “A Guide to Guide Bushings” (FWW #207), I use a bit that’s the same size as the mortise, but my mortises always get packed with…
December 5, 2013
Q: The shoulders of my tenons never line up perfectly when I cut them at the tablesaw. I use a dado blade and a miter gauge. What’s going on and how…
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