From mastering hand tools to router basics, 18th-century joinery to Japanese hand tools and joinery, you’ll find it all among the five new DVD selections now available to order at ShopWoodworking.com (and four of them are on “pre-sale” which means you save 20 percent if you order before the DVDs arrive in the warehouse)....
- Improve Your Projects with Prototypes
- Congratulations End Grain Winners!
- This Ultimate Holdfast is a Monster
- Lee Valley Introduces New Japanese Floats
- 4 Foolproof Ways to Build Drawers
- TOOL REVIEW: A Drill Press Dust Collector That Works
- Get the Most from Figured Wood
- What Type of Woodworker Are You?
- TIPS & TRICKS: No Briwax? Try Some Kiwi Instead...
- Make a Joint Stool in New Jersey
- Could Proposed Law Affect Table Saw Choices?
- Drive Brass Screws the Right Way
- The Best (and Coolest) Wastebasket for Your Shop
- Lie-Nielsen Toolworks in Cincinnati
- David Charlesworth is Back in the Shop
If you were one of the 450 people at Woodworking in America 2011, then hopefully you were able to fit in one of Jay van Arsdale’s sessions on Japanese tools and joinery. But if not (or for those who were there but want a refresher), we now have the next-best thing to learning from...
- Free Plans: Barnsley Hay Rake Table
- Steve Shanesy Deconstructs an Antique Victorian Serpentine Chest
- ShopClass TV Launch: Join Now to Get 1/2 Off for Life!
- Why You Should Learn 17th-century Joinery
- Woodworking in America: How to Stay Informed
- Chris Schwarz Builds High-visibility Winding Sticks
- Weekend Project: Flat-screen TV Stand
- Choose the Right Nail for the Job
- Innovative Toggle Clamps from Bessey
- Roy Underhill's Woodshop of Curiosities
- Campaign Hardware from Londonderry
- Add Dust Collection to a Contractor Table Saw
- 'Building 18th-Century American Furniture'
- 'Great Woodshops: Tossing Out Tradition'
Episode Guide for Season 20 of The Woodwright's Shop, the PBS woodworking show featuring Roy Underhill and brought back from the archives by Popular Woodworking.
Episode Guide to Season 3 of The Woodwright's Shop PBS woodworking show featuring Roy Underhill and presented by Popular Woodworking.