Month: December 2009 | Popular Woodworking Magazine

More Answers to the Upcoming Changes

My mailbox is now filled with more than 150 messages about the merger of Popular Woodworking and Woodworking Magazine that we announced on the blog. I am trying to answer every message, but until [...]

WALNUT PUZZLE

THE WALNUT PUZZLE? NOTHING UNUSAL? THIS IS A UNIQUE PUZZLE A WALNUT BROKEN INTO 5 PIECES VERY CAREFULLY? THE WHOLE WALNUT  THAT YOU SEE NEXT TO THE 5 PIECES ?WAS IN 5 PIECES BUT WHOLE [...]

KEY RING

SOMETIME BACK I LAMINATED 3 TIMBERS ENGLISH OAK  ,, AFRICAN MAHOGANY ,,, AND RUSSIAN PINE.  THIS IS END PRODUCT. KEY RING HOLDER. THIS WAS ALL FROM LEFT OVER TIMBER I HAD. I MADE [...]

NUTS

THE ALMOND AND WALNUT BOX. I USED MY DREMEL CORDLESS WITH MINI ROUTER CUTTERS AND SANDING DISC TO MAKE THESE. EASY TO DO AND ITS FUN SITTING THERE IN YOUR ARM CHAIR MAKING THESE. HAVE YET TO GET [...]

Williamsburg's conference

Each year, I look forward to attending the “Working Wood in the 18th century” conference at Colonial Williamsburg. It’s a chance to spend a few boys’ nights out with my [...]

Twin Kitchen Hutches #48

  The final sanding is made by hand, particularly the rounded edges, that I sand with 500 grit sandpaper.     You should feel the smoothness of the edges. This is very nice wear [...]

End of An Era

We like to attach significance to arbitrary dates; “Best of the Year” or “Best of the Decade” lists appear everywhere. It’s a good chance to reflect, but real life [...]

Sneak Peek Video of Puzzle Boxes

Puzzle boxes are just what they sound like, but there’s much more, as shown in this video. Basically a bandsaw box, puzzle boxes add a new dimension and give you the option of creating a [...]

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