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If you’ve got a favorite lamp that stops working (even though not all might agree on it’s aesthetic value) fix it, don’t throw it away. Authors Jodi Marks and Steve Schultz show you the step-by-step process to rescue your family treasure in this short video. Read more
A behind-the-scenes look at the making of the Book & DVD, “Fix It In A Flash”, with Jodi Marks and Steve Schultz. Home repair doesn’t have to be boring!
A drawer alone — just an open box — is an oddity. For it to work as intended, it has to be installed in a case in a way that allows it to be opened and closed. In this excerpt from "The Drawer Book", you’ll learn all about runners, guides and kickers to make your drawers operate smoothly.
Let’s face it – it’s tough enough to be a good woodworker, let alone be able to write about it. But when it comes to taking photos of your work to share with friends (or magazine editors) it can seem like a daunting task. Here we’ve posted a "Photography Guide for Authors" that will help you improve the quality of your photographs.
When asked to add a video component to The Drawer Book (available in July from Popular Woodworking Books), our intrepid editors were happy to oblige. We did manage to produce 30 minutes of useful information about drawer hardware, but along the way there were some…glitches. Happily, they last less than two minutes… Read more
I remember the first time I saw a picture of the clock at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville, N.C. It was a reproduction in the Stickley catalog. I looked at the picture of the clock in the catalog and instantly assumed from the photo that it was a mantel clock. I would learn later that this was a severe underestimation. Read more