Online extras from Issue No. 276 of Fine Woodworking magazine. August 2019
Heide Martin uses a vat-dying technique with its roots in fabric dying to give vibrant indigo color to her furniture
Whether you're checking for twist in a board, a glued-up assembly, or a specific joint, there's nothing like a pair of winding sticks for a simple, foolproof method
Anissa Kapsales's wall-unit features mitered cases combined with a unique hanging system for versatile storage
Key machines and smart strategy for making boards foursquare
Simple template offers accuracy and repeatability
A removable parquetry tray transforms a simple, three-legged table
Three options for these classic components of casework
Will Neptune shows how to add dovetails to keep dividers square when the case has inset drawers with cock beading
MDF panels held in place with rare-earth magnets serve as simple outriggers to support large workpieces when using a smaller crosscut sled.
Start with a square stick, chamfer it to an octagon, use a pencil sharpener, and presto! You have tight-fitting plugs.
Adapting a tip from Dave Fisher's "Carve a Greenwood Bowl," (FWW #263), a reader uses a clamping jig to secure large bowls on the floor while working with a two-handed…
A straightedge will stop shifting if you secure sandpaper to the back.
The kerf left by a Western-style handsaw, located in the center of the dovetail waste, makes it easier to chop out between narrow pins.
Hybrid saw packed with features
Festool’s new CT-VA-20 Cyclone Dust Collection Pre-Separator, promises to cut down on the number of bags you have to buy
Mary May takes a look at the handy 14-pocket tool roll
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