In 2005 I had the good fortune to spend a couple days with Norm Abram at his New Yankee Workshop building one of the program’s most popular projects – an Adirondack chair. Norm and I each built a chair from a plan he developed that was based on a chair his father built years...
For the October 2011 issue, I built the simple bench pictured at left for our I Can Do That project. Our designer, Linda Watts, chose the cheerful red paint job (she also got her hands dirty by doing the actual painting – thank you Linda!). Why red? Well, red looks nice on the white...
This is a model of a bench designed and built by Bert Johansen.
This is a woodworking model.
This is a model of an outdoor lantern featured in an article in the June 2004 issue of Popular Woodworking magazine.
This is a model of a simple bench project featured in an article by editor Christopher Schwarz and former managing editor Kara Gephart.
This is a model of an outdoor swing featured in an article in the August 2000 issue of Popular Woodworking magazine.
This is a model of an outdoor Morris chair and ottoman from the July 2001 issue of Popular Woodworking magazine.
This is a model of a storage unit for golf bags and accessories designed and built by contributing editor Troy Sexton.