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Tips & Techniques4

Corner Cabinet6

This project is a closet, a dresser, and a bookshelf all in one. But best of all, it provides useful storage for the least-used place in a room -- a corner.

  • Page 13: Figure 24
    False Front (EE) measurement printed as 6 1/8" x 17 1/8" but should be 6 11/16" x 17 1/8".

Shop Notes14

Lawn Sign16

This classic-looking Sign makes an attractive and practical addition to any lawn. And it can be built in just a weekend.

  • Page 16: Exploded view
    Two parts are mislabeled in the illustration. Rail is labeled as C but should be B. Sign panel labeled as B but should be C.

Routing Signs19

Create the look of a hand-carved sign with a core box bit and a router. A few tips and the right technique makes it easy.

Edging Plywood20

We show three different methods for using hardwood to cover the edges of plywood. Plus tips on gluing, clamping, and trimming the edges flush.

Talking Shop22

Entry Door23

No tricky joints, no special tools. This Door is built with basic mortise and tenon joinery. And a unique design for the raised panels makes them easy to build and install.

Installing an Entry Door28

Flush Trim Jig30

In this issue we feature a unique design for a flush-trim jig. It mounts to a router for trimming edging on plywood.

Final Details32