June 12, 2020
Eric Cannizzaro gives a tour of the inventive chairs he builds that combine traditional greenwood Windsor parts with live-edge plank seats.
June 11, 2020
Sometimes, in teaching, you learn as much from your students as they learn from you. Michael Colca has learned this lesson more than once.
June 10, 2020
Nancy Hiller interviews Paul Downs of Paul Downs Cabinetmakers, a business that makes top-of-the-line custom conference tables, about how they are moving forward in the current economy.
June 9, 2020
Whether you're honing your skills or are starting from scratch, we have a wealth of articles to help you nail your designs without sacrificing looks or ergonomics.
Ben Strano argues that you'll become a better woodworker when you accept and expect that mistakes will happen.
June 5, 2020
Contributing editor Chris Becksvoort joins Mike and Ben to answer questions on milling, wedged joinery, and his two favorite tools.
June 4, 2020
SketchUp makes it easy to explain technical details, including a way to show phantom lines demonstrating how pieces connect
June 3, 2020
If this were a normal year, Tom McKenna's editor's letter would be filled with stories about how much fun we had at Fine Woodworking Live 2020 last April. But this has not been a normal year.
May 28, 2020
12-year-old Frankie DeMunda is making a difference while making things from wood
Vic Tesolin believes that a good teacher inspires you and makes you want to learn, but beginners should be careful who they learn from.
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