From blanket chests to tables to case pieces, his “fine pine line” is simple in style and modest in material
The rabbet joint is a useful joint to know. Here, hand-tool expert Vic Tesolin shows three ways to cut one by hand—with a rabbet plane, with a shoulder plane, and with a chisel and router plane.
A straightforward way to build a stunning, classic Shaker settee
Get a sheen from oil without sacrificing its pleasant feel
Strategies drawn from structural engineering solidify your furniture
One routing template is all you need to make this fielded panel with veneer and stringing
This project offers a variety of techniques in a small package
Layout lines vary, and understanding when to use each type is fundamental to fine work
Tim Coleman shows you the four techniques for arranging veneer that he uses most often
My name is Megan, and I am 11 years old. People love our house and say it is unique, warm, and inviting. It definitely isn’t your run-of-the-mill house. Dad has…
I love my parallel-jaw clamps (I use the Bessey K Body model), but I don’t love how dried glue gets on the notched bars and makes it difficult to move…
On his wenge tea box, Mike Pekovich reaches for a tool not normally found in the arsenal of most woodworkers, a metal barbecue grill brush
As long as you keep the pencil tip tight to the piece you’re scribing around, you can cut and pare to that easy-to-see line and produce a nice, tight fit
It would be easy to think that Andrew's shop is lavishly appointed and just as impressive as the work that comes out of it. Well, in some cases less actually does make more.
Bob Van Dyke uses a pair of mirrors that makes the great unknown a little more, well... known
White pine and simple joinery make this a simple project to build with hand tools
A hollow-grind makes a difficult task simple and fast
Simple really, we ask Tim questions, and he answers them
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