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Often considered a second-class material, pine is a great choice for a wide range of projects.
Working on an unforgiving floor can be tough. A shop mat is the way to happy feet.
With some easy upgrades, this low-cost jig will create top-notch mortise and tenon joints.
Here are some simple solutions for installing small box hinges on your next project.
Here's a great way to feature a presentation flag. To create a truly unique project, you can build a stylish base to match or add a lid to hold awards and decorations.
This hanging desk is the perfect choice for adding a small office work area on any wall. The compact design provides an ample worksurface with drawers for storage.
Page 30: Bracket End and Support Arm Patterns
The grids for each drawing contain one square too many (15 instead of 14). The dimensions shown in the illustrations are correct; only the grid sizes are wrong.
Page 31: Cubby Side Pattern
The grid for the drawing contains one square too many (15 instead of 14). The dimensions shown in the illustration is correct; only the grid size is wrong.
Every shop needs a stool -- and this one is top-notch. You can adjust the height with a simple spin of the comfortable, scooped seat. Plus, the elegant design means you'll want to build a few for inside the house, as well.
Page 42: Main illustration
The inside diameter of the apron ring should be 10", not 10 3/4" as originally printed.
Page 37: Leg Profile Pattern
In the leg template, the scale says 1 square= 1/4". It should be 1 square = 1".
To get the most from your dado set, check out these great tips and techniques.
Learn more about the best finishes for protecting your outdoor projects.
Getting a design just right doesn't have to be a challenge. This key is a simple principle.