In the End, End Grain Bites

Whenever I get into some serious handwork, I always try to boil down the processes so that I can 1) remember it myself and 2) occasionally explain it to others (including a couple children who [...]

Of Dovetails and Glass-cutting

The well-known saying “If you see it, you can be it” along with the famous phrase “I think I can, I think I can” from The Little Engine That Could, are just two examples [...]

Tool Review: Ryobi's New Green Lithium

Another box came into the Popular Woodworking shop this morning. This one was unmarked. Secret. No names applied. I had to open it immediately. Inside there was one chartreuse-type green canvas [...]

Bosch Visits Popular Woodworking

There aren’t many things better than free food, new power tools, and a friendly bunch of woodworkers. Last Wednesday evening that’s what things were like here at the Popular [...]

Rosewood Studio Reopens

Back in June, we reported on the closing of the Canadian woodworking school, Rosewood Studio. We’re happy to follow that up with this report on the reopening and reorganization of Rosewood. [...]

How to See When Sawing

I know it might be hard to believe, but some days I’m glad I’m not a pirate. For the last couple weeks, I’ve been discussing the role of your dominant and recessive eye , and [...]

Tool Review: Two Better Beaters

I enjoy a good beating. Chopping dovetails or mortises is almost as pleasurable as sawing or planing. So, as you can imagine, I’m picky about my mallet. For years I tried to make myself [...]

Tool Review: Two Better Beaters

I enjoy a good beating. Chopping dovetails or mortises is almost as pleasurable as sawing or planing. So, as you can imagine, I’m picky about my mallet. For years I tried to make myself [...]

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