Click here to read the December 25, 2012 issue of Weekly Wood News. A Long-overdue Workbench Modification Working with Plywood – 18th Century Style Some Things in Woodworking Cannot Be Taught Your Guide to Tear Out Everything You Need to Know About Spear-Point Marking Knives
Yearly Archives: 2012
Wishing everyone a safe and happy holiday, from all of us at Popular Woodworking.
Overwhelmed by the many kind and encouraging responses to my new position, “I can no other answer make but thanks/And thanks, and ever thanks.” (And thanks, too, for an excellent excuse for a wee bit of Shakespeare.) And now I ask your help…so that I needn’t to do my former and current jobs simultaneously. We … Read more
It’s difficult to have a serious conversation about the American Arts & Crafts movement without using the “S” word – Stickley, of course. The iconic, rectilinear and medieval forms of Gustav(e) Stickley, his brothers and the other designers he employed are the nouns and verbs of the Arts & Crafts language – oak, leather, quartersawn, mortise-and-tenon. … Read more
Like many of you, I was sorry to see Matthew Teague step down as editor of Popular Woodworking, but I’m pleased to announce we’ve found the perfect replacement in someone you know. Megan Fitzpatrick, our executive editor, will be taking over this key position and her promotion is certainly well-deserved. Over the past eight … Read more
I don’t know how I missed this! We’ve updated the “FAQs” on our (DRM-free) digital subscriptions, and someone snuck in a new (and long-awaited) question and answer: “Q: I already subscribe to Popular Woodworking. Can I add a digital subscription? A: If you are a current subscriber, you can add a digital subscription for $10 … Read more
Click here to read the December 18, 2012 issue of Weekly Wood News. New Crisscross Hardware from Benchcrafted Make a Router Dado Jig How to Re-glue a Doweled Chair Dispelling a Common Oilstone Myth Get to Know Your Wood Types