A clever way to re-create a vintage joint
Tom McLaughlin demonstrates that making the angled arms of his Adirondack chair is much simpler than it looks
In this episode, Chris assembles the face frame with drawbored pins and glues it to the case
Drain cleaner, roofing tar, and shellac team up for a foolproof finish
Innovative approach turbocharges this staid staple fo the craft
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November 28, 2018
Add a traditional stringing pattern to a leg.
Explore the magic of wet-dry joinery by making shrink pots with Maine woodworker Danielle Rose Byrd.
Watch Danielle Rose Byrd create a shrink pot in this stripped down video
Danielle Rose Byrd creates a shrink pot from start to finish and explains the process along the way
November 7, 2018
Rusty tools are a problem for every woodworker at some point, in this video we'll show you how to make that problem go away
November 6, 2018
In this episode, Chris takes on the through dovetails on the top of the case, starting with the tail board, and of course, all with hand tools
October 30, 2018
Christian Becksvoort outfeed table is durable, versatile and easy to build
Clever hand tool holders blend security with easy access
October 29, 2018
Make your own moldings, from simple to complex, with hollow and round planes
September 26, 2018
The angled joinery where the posts and seat rails meet is one of the challenges of making a Chippendale chair. Steve Brown tackles it with the aid of two ingenious jigs that simplify the process
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