January 22, 2020
John Tetreault saves a piece of maple from his firewood pile and creates a beautiful, sculptural door latch for his family's home.
January 21, 2020
I’d like to extend a friendly invitation to the Fine Woodworking community to join us “twirlers” (a Garry Knox Bennett term) at AAW’s 34th Annual International Symposium. This year’s event,…
January 20, 2020
Many woodworkers routinely take a drink from the cup of ‘hard knocks’ and get frustrated because a project got ruined or they have to make parts over again, wasting time and material. Vic Tesolin argues it doesn’t need to be like this.
January 17, 2020
Mike, Barry, and Ben discuss crosscutting wide panels, knowing when to sharpen, pinning joinery, and they add a new chapter to the debate–is woodworking art?
Aspen Golann was intensely curious and determined from the start. At 8 or 9, she remembers leaving early for school to sketch an interesting house on her street. Inspired by…
January 15, 2020
Dave Richards demonstrates how to scale drawers using various methods and how to adjust them to use in future projects.
January 13, 2020
If you are a woodworker looking to improve your skills, Mike Farrington suggests that you intersperse some small projects into your work.
January 8, 2020
Taking care of your body is important! Nancy Hiller interviews seven professionals about what they do to make sure this important tool lasts.
January 7, 2020
A shop is never perfect, and Vic Tesolin thinks that we should allow our shop spaces to change based on the way we work and how we use our tools.
January 3, 2020
Tom, Mike, and Ben start 2020 off with a quick-fire session, answering a bunch of questions and discussing what they hope the new year brings to their shops
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