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These hinges solve challenging hardware problems on almost any project.
The various hinges shown in the article on page 8 were all purchased from Woodcraft or cite>Rockler. (Part numbers vary depending on the size and finish.) You can also find similar hinges from other sources.
A compact package doesn't mean sacrificing full-size routing capabilities.
Inexpensive and easy-to-use, this drill guide makes drilling straight, square holes a snap.
Create tight-fitting box joints with a simple table saw jig and step-by-step instructions.
The Freud Box Joint Cutter Set shown in the article on page 14 is available from the woodworking dealers listed below.
Looking for a small project with a ton of style? This countertop wine rack features classic woodworking and custom details.
You won't need any hardware to build the wine rack on page 18. To give the cherry a warm look, we stained the project with a mix of three parts of Zar Stain (Cherry) and one part WoodKote Jel'd Stain (Cherry). This was followed by two coats of lacquer.
Inexpensive materials and simple construction make this bed an easy build. The details and finish give it a timeless look.
Aside from some screws, the only hardware you'll need for the bed on page 24 is a set of bed rail brackets. We purchased these from Rockler (32077).
The stain used on the bed is General Finishes' Gel Stain (Java). Then I sprayed on two coats of lacquer.
This cupboard features some great design elements that tie everything together: fine proportions, a beadboard back, a raised panel door, and traditional hardware.
You'll need just a few pieces of hardware to build the stepback cupboard on page 34. The H-hinges (01X35.80) and cabinet latch (01X39.10) came from Lee Valley. The square finish nails (N-5) and headless cut brads (1 1?2") were purchased from from Horton Brasses.
The case was finished with two coats of General Finishes’ Seal-a-Cell. After lightly sanding through the finish on the corners and edges to simulate wear, a coat of General Finishes' Gel Stain (Java) was applied as a glaze.
The beadboard was painted with two colors of General Finishes Milk Paint (Somerset Gold and Antique White). After lightly sanding through the top layer of paint in a few spots, I applied a coat of General Finishes' Glaze (Yellow Ochre).
Learn the ins and outs of getting the most for your money when buying lumber online.
This unique finish might be the solution to creating a one-of-a-kind project.
The powdered milk paints discussed in the article on page 46 were purchased from Woodcraft. Woodcraft also carries General Finishes' line of pre-mixed milk paints sold in cans.
Simple to create but complex in its uses, here's what you need to know about chamfers.