November 26, 2019
Throughout the years, there have been quite a few lovely pulls featured in the pages of Fine Woodworking. In this collection, our editors pull out a few of their favorites.
Eain Tierney's Chatoyance writing desk is made to be appreciated not only for its beauty but for what happens when it moves.
For professional woodworker Nancy Hiller, it's cheaper to buy a workbench than it is to make one.
Editors and furniture makers remember the author of "Understanding Wood" on the occasion of his passing.
November 25, 2019
In her blog, Megan Fitzpatrick details why she uses liquid hide glue in about 90% of her interior woodworking, and it's not just because of the longer open time.
November 22, 2019
Bob, Mike, and Ben discuss sources for holly, what a listener can do with 1/8-in. ebony, how close is close enough when setting up a jointer, and a listener asks how you can prefinish AND soften edges after a piece is assembled
November 20, 2019
Dave Richards demonstrates how he would use SketchUp to create patterns for Paul Fleming's carved oval boxes.
November 14, 2019
Tim Killen demonstrates how he used SketchUp to help him create the curved stretchers for the nesting tables he's reproducing
November 13, 2019
Mike Farrington hopes that his new CNC will help his woodworking business be more profitable and allow him to explore a few artistic avenues.
November 12, 2019
The argument that “it’s just as easy” to work in fractional inches over metric is ludicrous
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