From 2004-2009, we published 16 issues of Woodworking Magazine. The magazine was conceived to challenge the conventional wisdom of the craft and find the most accurate, fast and straightforward way to perform an operation. We tested many techniques, published projects that were historic classics, and presented a new type of tool review that covered the items we consider critical to good work , 6″ rulers, hinges, marking knives, tenon saws and more. (While we had to stop putting out two distinct magazines, we folded much of the Woodworking Magazine philosophy , and its design , into Popular Woodworking Magazine.)
We’ve collected all 16 issues of “WM” into a series of three handsome hardcover books. Therein, the articles are presented exactly as they appeared in the magazine , but on heavier, brighter paper. The books are bound in red cloth and stamped with gold foil titles, and each has a nice, glossy, full-color dust jacket. In other words, these books look great on the coffee table in addition to being an excellent source of woodworking information. Plus, the final book, “Volume 3,” has a comprehensive index that covers every issue, to make it easy for you to find the project, technique or tool review you need.
And right now, we’re offering a special deal on the three-book bundle at WoodworkersBookShop.com , just $65 (almost $18 off the total price of the three books ordered separately , and shipping is free in the U.S.).