Masonry nails and two XXL leather belts impart the ‘arghh!’ in this build. By Megan Fitzpatrick Page: 24-25 From the February 2011 issue #188 Buy this issue now Don’t let the curved top of this “pirate chest” scare you. It’s a lot less tricky than it may appear – and it’s excellent practice with your block plane. In Our...
Our “I Can Do That” project for the November issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine is this set of Contemporary Shelves. The material for this project, like all of our I Can Do That projects came from the local home center. For this project, I bypassed the pricey project wood at the front of the...
This reproduction of an industrial workhorse will give you years of use in your living room.
How to build a four-board bench that can be used almost anywhere.
This handy little step stool converts into a seat so that it serves your little ones two ways.
This simple table is at home in the dining room – or outdoors.
With only pre-cut lumber from the home center store and basic joinery, you can be sitting pretty in no time at all.
Tapered legs lighten the look and add ‘spring’ to a table’s design. You can create tapered legs using your jig saw.
Based on a Swedish antique, this bench uses through-tenons made with just a jigsaw.