Jeremy Zietz gives this Shaker classic new panache with tapered facets, beveled cutouts, and ebonized ash.
Mike Pekovich's simple stand holds the work for every step of the dovetailing process.
Tom McLaughlin builds a Craftsman-style side chair with a reclined backrest, curved crest rail, and angled mortise-and-tenon joinery.
Don't let gnarly grain stand in your way. Gary Rogowski outlines his strategies for handplaning woods that are prone to tearout.
Fine Woodworking and the American Association of Woodturners launched a content partnership in February 2020.
Chris Gochnour explains what you need to do to fume wood with ammonia and how to make a vaporproof tent to house the fuming process.
Learn how Brian Newell creates his pieced panels using precision scrollsaw work and delicate carving.
Nancy Hiller will tell you, when you're talking about having a passion for your work, it pays to know exactly what "passion" means.
With this jig and a set of sharpening stones, you can rehone even the "disposable" jointer and planer blades in your shop.
Stop-block design allows the stop to get real close to the blade, making it ideal for short cutoffs. It also has a built-in measuring tape.
Dowels make it easier to line up disks perfectly and quickly.
Sleeving keeps the corrogated vacuum and dust collector hoses from snagging on the sharp edges of a bench or machine table.
A tablesaw and a tilted blade make it easy to cut a perfect octagon
Asa Christiana takes a look at a cordless router that gets everything right.
Chip carver Daniel Clay reviews a new book from Tatiana Baldina, one of today's most prolific and original chip carvers.
Mike Mahoney calls this new spike plate "the ultimate version of a center faceplate."
Adam Godet tests the Slab Stitcher kit, which makes adding bowties and other inlays routine and quick.
Rollie Johnson tests out Trend's newest light, comfortable dust mask.
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