Other Projects

Here you’ll find woodworking projects and plans spanning a wide range of styles and requiring skills of varying degrees. From easy woodworking projects geared toward the beginner to more advanced furniture designs, all of these projects are presented by top furniture makers and full of tips that will help hone your skills and techniques skills and techniques as a woodworker. Whether you’re looking for small woodworking projects or more ambitious builds, you’ll find it here.

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I Can Do That: Shaker Carry Box

Notched and nailed joints add visual interest to this simple project. By Megan Fitzpatrick Pages 50-52 This form is typically called a Shaker silverware tray – but it comes in handy for ferrying all sorts of things hither and yon. I got lucky at the big box store in finding some perfectly straight, flat...

Tight corners and clean joints are the hallmarks of a quality frame. Deceptively simple in concept, yet demanding in execution, it is only simple to assemble a frame if all the parts are near perfection.

Making Frames

Sooner or later, someone will ask you to make a picture frame. Here is how to get it right the first time. by Robert W. Lang Pages 21-23 From the Summer 2009 issue of Woodworking Magazine, issue 14 Buy this issue now Picture frames are one of those woodworking projects that we all assume...

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Round-drawer Spring Box

What’s better than a hand-made box from your shop? How about a box that is a puzzle, that stores special items and even has a secret compartment. Done. It’s the Round-Drawer Spring Box from Jeff Vollmer’s ‘Puzzle Boxes‘. Use the link below to download the free step-by-step plans for this great puzzle box. Round-Drawer...

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Natural Lighting

The project offered here is titled “Wildflower” by author Ken Burton. He felt the look of the dangling pendant light looked like a particular wildflower. So we’ll continue that concept and dub the project as one for Natural Lighting. This project is one of 24 unique and original lamp projects  offered in ‘Crafting Wooden...

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Easy Curvaceous Edge Joints

Last winter, I was puzzling out a way to make edge joints that are just the opposite of what we normally want – perfectly straight. I wanted free-flowing curves and I wanted to join contrasting colors of wood species. So the question was how to match the two joint lines on the different pieces...

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Jasmine Jewelry Box

Simple tools, techniques & joinery deliver elegant results.By Gary Rogowski Pages 46-51From the June 2011 issue #190 Buy this issue nowIt’s the stuff of arguments: Which tools in the shop are really the most important for joinery? It’s almost like arguing the top movie or the best shortstop of all time. There is no one...