Links and videos mentioned in Fine Woodworking issue #281
Elia Bizzarri shows how to layer black milk paint over red to create a rich, layered look on his Windsor chairs.
Design inspiration could strike at any time, so furniture maker Jamie Herman makes sure to keep a sketchbook handy to record his ideas while they're still warm.
Nancy Hiller builds a time-tested and versatile chest originally designed by Ernest Gimson.
Craig Thibodeau demonstrates how to create crossgrain banding that starts on the face of a panel and flows outward, away from center, and over the edge.
Gary Rogowski demonstrates, step by step, four methods for keeping tabletops and wide panels flat.
With tapered legs, split aprons, and profiled top, Mason McBrien's table was designed to showcase the lightness and straight grain of the American white ash.
Instead of turning to a router or a shaper, Will Neptune produces various deep, wide coves using the tablesaw.
Megan Fitzpatrick builds a pair of versatile saw benches to make it easier to crosscut and rip boards, drill, finish, help support workpieces, and more.
A carpenter's son and his father share a lifelong love of woodworking, and in the process learn from each other.
Big, rolling table handles sheet goods, making them easier to break down with a track saw. A pivoting lift bracket and locking wheels add to its worth.
A toothed stop stabilizes awkward work, while a flat bar on the other side makes changing and repositioning boards easier.
Nonslip surface keeps diamond plates and waterstones from slipping.
Replacing the top nut with a wingnut makes adjustments easy
Machinist's tool serves as crosscut stop on tablesaw and also as a quick and precise setup device elsewhere in the shop.
The curved back of a regular sanding block makes a great tool for smoothing concave surfaces.
Rollie Johnson reviews this powerful tool that creates perfect joinery.
Mike Pekovich takes a look at a great dowel plate that's sold at a great price.
Rollie Johnon reviews a clever bandsaw tension gauge.
David Douyard reviews Bessey's new one-handed clamps.
Dawson Moore takes a look at the much-anticipated update of two classic hook knives.
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