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Changes at ‘Popular Woodworking Magazine’

The April 2013 issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine, which we are currently in the process of editing, will be the last with me at the helm.  Working at Popular Woodworking Magazine and becoming a part of the tight-knit community that revolves around it has been an honor for me. But, alas, I have decided to...

MWA interviews Pop Wood Editor

Last night I had a great time hanging out with the crew from the Modern Woodworker’s Association. We touched on everything from the direction of the magazine to the upcoming Woodworking in America Conferences to building big boats in small workshops and possible infractions of child labor laws. I also announced our upcoming November...

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Check Your E-mail for the October 2012 Digital Issue

If you’re a digital subscriber to Popular Woodworking Magazine, be sure to check your inbox today and tomorrow, as you should be getting the download link (I’ll write more about the issue when we get it the store for single-issue sales). And, the print issue starts early next week. — Megan Fitzpatrick p.s. Get...

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WIA, PWM & More: A Video Chat With Al Navas

Al Navas, the owner of Sandal Woods Fine Woodworking (that’s his jewelry box with inlaid dovetails you see at left), invited the editors and publisher of Popular Woodworking Magazine to a Google+ Hangout session yesterday – the third in his “Woodworking Editors, Authors and Bloggers” series. Kevin Ireland, publisher, Matthew Teague, editor, Robert Lang,...

East Tennessee chairmaker Curtis Buchanan was invited to show this bold design, which mixes the Windsor chairs he usually builds with the chairs he teaches as part of the GreenWood Project.

Should Furniture Be Judged?

Recently I had the privilege of serving as one of the judges for an upcoming furniture exhibition of the Cumberland Furniture Guild, a group of mostly Tennessee furniture makers (full disclosure: I’m also a member and on the board the Guild.) Having been on the maker’s side of the “judging” process, I know that submitting...

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New Woodworker’s Online Library Up and Running

This week we are proud to introduce the new Woodworker’s Online Library We’ve gathered together over a decade’s worth of Popular Woodworking Magazine issues, plus dozens of our best woodworking books, and put them all in one place online. For an annual subscription fee of just $150, you get unlimited access to over 170...

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PWM August 2012 Digital Issue Mailing Today

Just a quick note for all the digital subscribers: the August issue link will be sent to your e-mail in boxes today and tomorrow, from “popularwoodworking.web” – so if you see that sender in your queue, open up the message! The print issue will begin mailing on June 13, and it will be available...

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Popular Woodworking Magazine February 2012 Now Available

Now available at ShopWoodworking.com: The February 2012 issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine, in either print or digital (PDF) format. Our cover story is a gorgeous tiger maple serpentine chest from Glen D. Huey, contributing editor. Make these curvaceous drawer fronts, and you’ll also have learned the technique to make a block-front chest and an...

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Waiting on Ductwork…

We have all our stuff in the new space and we’re starting to unpack the many bins, boxes and moving racks, but until the ductwork for the  dust collection system has been installed, we can’t get approval on the wiring. So for the nonce, not much woodworking is getting done in our new shop...