Online Extras: April 2010 Issue

Here are the Online Extras for the April 2010 issue.

* Read the Design Matters blog.

* Take a visit to George Walker’s shop.

* Read the review of the DVD Unlocking the Secrets of Traditional Design.

* Visit the North Carolina Museum of History.

* Read the Arts & Mysteries blog about archeology.

* Purchase The Arts & Mysteries of Hand Tools CD.

* Visit Jerome Bias’s web site.

* Download the complete SketchUp model of the Skansen Bench.

* Read a tutorial on leveling Skansen Bench feet.

* Visit Skansen’s web site.

* Download the free plan for an “I Can Do That” step stool.

* Watch the video tour of the White Water Shaker Meeting House.

* Download the complete SketchUp model of the Shaker Cupboard.

* Read about the unique tapered backboard construction of the Shaker Cupboard.

* Watch a video on making cove moulding on the table saw.

* Read more about the White Water Shaker Village.

* Get the “Complete Shaker Collection” CD.

* Read handplane stories on our Editors’ Blog.

* Read our review of William’s first DVD.

* Read our review of McConnell’s first DVD.

* Visit D.L. Barret & Sons, plane makers.

* Download a free excerpt PDF on dining table shapes and sizes.

* View a catalog of manufactured solid wood table legs and kits.

* Purchase Robert Lang’s book, “Drafting & Design for Woodworkers.”

* Read an article about secret drawers.

* Watch the free online video, Federal-style Cuffbanding.

* Discover period project plans in the book, “Building 18th-century American Furniture.”

* Read Glen D. Huey’s original story about sunken treasure.

* Read about the vacuum-drying process for sunken old growth mahogany.

* Get ideas for mahogany furniture in Glen D. Huey’s new book.

* Read about logs reclaimed from the Great Lakes.

* Visit Greener Lumber’s web site.

* How to apply an authentic Arts & Crafts finish.

* Order “Finishes that Pop” DVD by Glen D. Huey.

* Add ‘age’ to walnut like a pro.

* Read about our visit to Roy Underhill’s school.

* Video – Roy contemplates the axe.

* TRICKS-IN-ACTION – Removing Pitch from Saw Blades.

* Visit Tricks editor Kari Hultman’s woodworking blog.

* Purchase a back issue of our best tricks of all time.

* Read Christopher Schwarz’s blog entries on handsaws.

* Read our 12-volt, Lithium-ion powered drill-driver review.

* View a free plan for a shop-made solution to clamp storage.