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A porch swing should be comfortable and strong. This one features a curved seat and an angled back for comfort. And solid mortise and tenon joints for strength.
A special bit and a simple step-by-step technique are the secrets to cutting tight-fitting mortise and tenon joints.
This weekend project is a simple mortise and tenon frame with a few extras: a small shelf, some coat pegs, and strips of applied molding.
A close-up look at the materials and hardware we use to build precision into the jigs in our shop.
Just a common tool tote -- except it's joined with pinned box joints. These make it strong yet easy to build. Plus, there's a sliding tray to hold tools that tend to get buried.
Not all outdoor woodscrews are alike. Here's some help on choosing the best type for your next project.