Online extras from FWW issue #269 Bandsaw Tips: How to eliminate drift from your cuts A sharp blade isn't the only answer to bandsaw drift. In this video Michael…
Designing vs. building, the creative vs. the practical—there are two distinct aspects to building furniture, and simply because you have technical skill doesn’t mean you naturally have a talent for design
Get the most from this workshop workhorse
An elegant approach to design and joinery
Four simple jigs create beautiful joints quickly
A step-by-step guide to creating three distinct period feet for the cabriole leg
Keep options open from the initial idea to the finished piece
Arts and crafts maker presents a fresh twist on a period design
Seven favorite handplanes from a lifetime collection
This chair deserved to be made of figured wood, an obvious statement that my version was a modern replica
A sharp blade isn't the only answer to bandsaw drift. In this video Michael Fortune shows you two fixes to make your saw run true.
In this video, Tim Coleman takes you through the design process behind his cabinet-on-stand.
To Al Breed, planes are the most complex hand tools in the shop, there being numerous gremlins in each one that can prevent them from working as they should. Once…
The paper Nancy Hiller used in her wall cabinet is a period reproduction of a wallpaper created by C.F.A. Voysey. We go inside David Berman’s studio to watch what goes into a faithful reproduction of this classic wallpaper.
When a machine is tuned up and maintained properly, it will not only make your woodworking more accurate, but it will also make your time in the shop more enjoyable
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