February 1, 2018
It’s not difficult to get the aged look of cherry furniture without waiting years for the wood to darken. It starts with stain, thinned with mineral spirits, applied directly to…
October 26, 2017
Whenever I drill a long piece that extends beyond my drill-press table, I struggle to hold it down safely. My new shopmade table solves this problem effectively and economically. Make…
October 9, 2017
It was hard carving away what I considered my best work—really hard—but now my best work is better
October 5, 2017
If you're painting a cabinet, medium-density fiberboard is hard to beat
March 6, 2017
Pipe-organ builders combine 500-year-old designs with modern materials
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Fine woodworking is basically the craft of a woodworker to produce different items from the many types of wood that are available worldwide. The woodworker could do this for either…
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Proud joinery and playful shadows take center stage
Quick-to-make, casual seating designed to beat back the elements
After 36 years editing and illustrating Methods of Work, Jim Richey will step down with issue #254.
Rules are made to be broken, and Matthias Pliessnig has been breaking furniture making rules ever since he started with the craft. The results are breathtaking, sinuous contemporary lines.
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