Pin the Rattail on the Foamular

After three more hours of CAD work last night, I finished up the preliminary drawings for the next cover project for Woodworking Magazine. We’re calling this project “An American Wall [...]

The Pecking Order

So today I get a copy of the WoodWorker’s Book Club bulletin and it lists the “Top 50 Member Favorites.” I eagerly flipped through to see if my book on workbenches made the [...]

First Look: Woodworking in America

This fall, our magazine is sponsoring the first-ever weekend conference devoted to hand tools and learning to use them. We’re calling it the Woodworking in America conference, and [...]

First Look: Woodworking in America

This fall, our magazine is sponsoring the first-ever weekend conference devoted to hand tools and learning to use them. We’re calling it the Woodworking in America conference, and [...]

Lines and Miters and Errors Oh My

In our June issue, our I Can Do That feature is a mitered CD/DVD rack. Our goal for these columns is to show that attractive, well made projects can be made with a minimal amount of tools and [...]

Figuring Out Finger Joints

For me, finger joints have always been the nerdy, square cousin to the dovetail. Finger joints are immensely strong when glued properly. But they are usually used by beginning woodworkers in [...]

"Flexner on Finishing" Live

When the topic is finishing, Popular Woodworking magazine turns to Bob Flexner for answers. We believe he is the foremost expert when it comes to anything from alkyd-based varnish to using Xylene [...]

How I Design

About a decade ago, my boss Steve Shanesy told me something about design that knocked me flat. When he was a struggling custom furniture maker, he took some time off to do something that few [...]

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