Lamination puts beautiful grain and a graceful curve within arm's reach
A head-to-head look at the tool everyone needs
Enclose the saw, direct the dust, and you'll clear the air
We sent five types around the country and found one favorite
Four clever ways to keep a drawer in its place
These 4 rolls will help you cut cleanly, lay out clearly, and clamp securely
Some of you will sneer at the thought that something as humble as sticky tape can possibly help your woodworking. But don’t be stuck up about tape. In this short…
Learn how to build beautiful furniture from inexpensive lumber.
Bring butcher's block out of the kitchen with these design and construction tips
How to get the most from this standard tablesaw accessory
Q: I'd like to start using shellac to finish the furniture I build. What type of brush is best and how should I care for it? Graham Parker, Portland, OR…
Q: I've just started planning my first real woodworking bench. I want to use benchdogs, but don't know if I should use round ones or square ones. Is one better…
Q: I'm making a cabinet from cherry. After gluing up the panels and cutting the joinery, I stacked and stickered the panels. Unfortunately, they've warped. Why did this happen and…
Q: The temperature in my shop regularly dips below freezing in the winter. If there's any water in my waterstones, it freezes, expands, and breaks them. Can I use oil…
An easy technique for bending thin strips of wood to virtually any shape
Michael Fortune's made-for-production chair
Gregory Paolini mimics the look of a traditional Stickley finish on his bow-arm Morris chair without fuming the piece using industrial ammonia
Learn an easy technique for bending thin strips of wood to virtually any shape. Part one of a three-part video series.
Watch Fortune demonstrate this unique technique on a pair of salad tongs. Part two of a three-part video series.
Learn how to bend thicker pieces of wood and get multiple parts to uniform shape. Part three of a three-part video series.
Learn a jointer-free way to get an absolutely straight, square edge with a router. It’s the perfect technique for panel glue-ups.
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