If you’ve taken the bait and are willing to make a Gottshall block, I suggest you ask yourself two questions before you start. What kind of woodworker do you want to be, and how will you know when you get there? There aren’t any right or wrong answers; this is something we do for...
Sometimes the hardest part of working with wood is simply finding it. Here are the strategies we use to keep our wood racks full.
You don’t need a tape or math to lay out graduated drawers with attractive proportions – all you need are two pairs of dividers.
Your frustration is well-founded. We test 11 samples from around the world, unveil their inconsistencies and offer solutions.
Discover how to add pegs to any project to achieve a traditional look – and to make your joints stronger.
Be it spilled coffee or sloppy joinery, mistakes cost time but increase knowledge.
One of my favorite tasks in the shop is making solid-wood tabletops. Over the years I’ve made quite a few, and I’ve developed some methods that remove most of the risks and drudgery that spoil the fun. If you’re not careful, it’s easy to make some mistakes that will leave you wishing you had...