2010 Popular Woodworking Magazine Compilation CD Now Available!

With our compilation CDs, it’s easy to find exactly the magazine article or information you’re looking for. And now, the Popular Woodworking Magazine2010 Compilation CD is in the bookstore and shipping, for the WoodworkersBookShop.com everyday low price of just $15.96 (you’ll save $4 off the retail price).

The 2010 CD is packed with more than 400 pages of pure woodworking information that you can search by keyword, take with you on your laptop or print to use in your shop. All seven issues are in PDF format, so they’ll work on almost any computer (PC or Macintosh) and can be viewed with Acrobat Reader 8.0 (a free program).

On the 2010 CD, you’ll find:

Great Projects. You’ll get plans and complete step-by-step instructions to build an 18th-century workbench, a Stickley music cabinet, a Shaker stepback and walnut side table, a try square, Moxon’s twin-screw vise, a mahogany lowboy, an Arts & Crafts sideboard, Toshio Odate’s dining table and more – plus a beginner’s “I Can Do That” project in every issue.

Outstanding Tool Information. Tame your top-heavy router, tune and use a scraper plane, choose the best spray gun for the job, discover the versatility of a bowsaw and more – plus tool reviews in every issue.

Essential Techniques. Discover a clever way to make curved inlay, make super-strong mitered half-lap joints with a router, learn 11 rules to build better tables, apply milk paint like a pro – and more!

Order your 2010 Popular Woodworking Magazine Compilation CD today!

– Megan Fitzpatrick

We also have Popular Woodworking CDs available from past years, including

• 2009: Just $15
2008: On sale for $12.95
2007: Merely $9
2006: A paltry $9
2005: A trifling $9
2004: A nugatory $9
2003: Only $9
2002: A piddling $9
2001: An insignificant outlay of $9

One thought on “2010 Popular Woodworking Magazine Compilation CD Now Available!

  1. Luke Kelly

    Is there likely to be a compilation in printed form as with the lovely Woodworking Magazine editions?

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