October 4, 2019
It could be said I got my start in woodworking when I took my first class at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in 1997. But the truth of it is…
October 2, 2019
Bob Miller argues that with a few simple formulas and a clever jig, it becomes possible to draw and cut ellipses of any size and add this stately and pleasing shape to your work.
October 1, 2019
Former editor Andy Engel writes a tribute to his friend, former Fine Woodworking editor Bill Duckworth.
September 27, 2019
Bob, Mike, and Ben discuss workbenches and vises, a listener's walnut dilemma, spline jigs, and their all-time favorite tools
September 20, 2019
While recording the Modern Desk video workshop, Tim Rousseau and Ben sat down to talk about finishing, resawing, veneering, and the Danish Modern aesthetic
September 16, 2019
Vic Tesolin argues that even if you're not into spoon carving, there are many lessons that carving a spoon can teach any woodworker
September 13, 2019
John, Barry, and Ben discuss workbench stretchers and basement shops vs. garage shops, and a new chapter begins in the round vs. square mortise debate
September 12, 2019
For Mike Farrington, sometimes planning a project is the most difficult part of woodworking
September 11, 2019
Some people criticize others’ work to make themselves look better in the eyes of prospective customers. But Nancy Hiller argues that this is a dangerous way of doing business.
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