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To make this sideboard authentic-looking, we used curly maple veneer and a hand-rubbed varnish finish.
Sometimes two small mortises and tenons are stronger than a single large one. The reason is simple. There's twice as much good gluing surface.
Here's a veneering technique that uses a traditional veneer but with modern adhesives and no clamps.
The drawers in this compact cabinet are joined with a locked rabbet. It's a simple way to get a strong joint.
Protect your heirloom projects with a hand-rubbed finish that's durable and smooth as glass.
Who couldn't use a pair of sturdy sawhorses? This simple design only takes a weekend to build and will last a lifetime.