Christopher Schwarz & David Thiel offer simple, strong and fast ways to make this important furniture component. From the October 2004 issue #143 Buy this issue now In woodworking magazines, books and plans there’s almost always an omission that’s big enough to drive a truck through: How to build the drawers for the project. Usually...
An easy interlocking joint begets great strength and style.
Pocket holes make a seemingly complicated project simple.
This handsome hanging storage unit is a snap to build with screwed butt joints.
This simple rack uses no nails, no screws and holds up to 15 pairs of shoes.
This rustic hinged-lid box is a design traditionally used as a basic tool chest, but I thought a scaled-down version would make a great chest for stashing toys. Nails, glue and a nice long day
in the shop are all it takes.
Two tricks for taming miter joints.