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Today's woodscrews are stronger, easier to drive, and available for any woodworking task.
An inexpensive kit from Rockler makes it easy to make curved project parts.
This router table and hand tool method for cutting tails and pins creates a hand-cut look.
Here's a project that brings to mind a simpler time. This design was taken from the pages of history and might make you want to pull out your stationery and write a letter.
Page 17: Top illustration
The long dimension of Part A (side) should be 12 1/4", not 16" as originally printed. The materials list on page 21 is correct.
Page 20: Main illustration
The dimension of the Drawer Front (Part J) should be 8 1/2", not 5 1/2" as originally printed.
If there's a place for everything, you stand a better chance of keeping everything in its place. This easy-to-build set of modular closet components will help you do just that.
With beveled glass, built-in lighting, and a sliding door, this cabinet puts your collection on display. But the solid joinery and shop-made moldings show off your craftsmanship.
Make your own cove molding with this simple table saw technique.
A hollow-ground bevel is the key to quicker sharpening. A bench grinder is the answer.
By mixing your own wiping varnish, you can be sure of getting the results you want.
Learn a few twists on making miter joints that will last a lifetime.