April 17, 2020
Contributing editor Bob Van Dyke gets the show to himself answering questions about pre-finishing, constructing built-ins, and creating a profile on a curved edge without a router.
Learn about the drive and talent of a maker whose unique take on Mid-Century Modern is highlighted by subtle play with patterns, textures, and repetition.
April 15, 2020
Dave Richards helps a fellow woodworker design legs for his table in Sketchup, working out the joinery along the way.
In his blog, professional woodworker Mike Farrington details what he plans to do until things get back to normal.
April 13, 2020
Inspired by David Welter's floating-top techniques, Anissa Kapsales assembled a gallery of a few more pieces that can inspire you.
During this "stay at home" time the Felder Group wants to inspire and support all woodworkers across the country. To that end we have launched the #felderchallenge to keep us all busy and having fun.
April 10, 2020
Vic Tesolin joins Mike and Ben to discuss making wooden handplanes, identifying troublesome boards before it's too late, shooting miters, what a listener should do with a excess of #4s, and they share their favorite techniques for the week.
April 9, 2020
A collection of articles that get you in the shop. In one day, you have a great sense of having made something cool.
Nancy Hiller will tell you, when you're talking about having a passion for your work, it pays to know exactly what "passion" means.
April 8, 2020
Pine is normally paired with words like cheap, crummy, and a whole host of terms not used in polite company, but Vic Tesolin doesn't understand why.
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