Month: January 2010 | Popular Woodworking Magazine

Twin Kitchen Hutches #54

  To give a decorative touch, I’m installing on the router a flush trim bit which has a fine V tip.     I align the V tip with the joint between the uprights and the face [...]

CD DISC SPINNING TOP

NOTICED IN YOUR FEB/MARCH ISSUE THE 2 PIECE SPINNING TOP. SEE LATER NEXT MONTH MY CD DISC 3 PIECE SPINNING TOP PLUS SEE HOW MINE ARE PAINTED. AND I DONT USE A BRUSH OR A SPRAY TIN??? JUST A [...]

Mahogany and Its Look-Alikes

Stunning grain. Huge boards. Highly rot resistant. A dream (or a nightmare) to work. What one wood fits this bill? Mahogany, of course.   by Tom Caspar           [...]

It's Best To Practice

Talk is cheap. We always talk about how important it is to practice, but do we practice what we preach? Yes we do. Practice improves your woodworking abilities and provides a chance to see what [...]

High-angle Try Planes and Jointers

Years ago I got a phone call from plane maker Larry Williams that changed the way I look at long planes. “Do you have the book ‘American Furniture of the 18th Century?'” he [...]

A Table and Seating in a Day

If you’re a regular reader of Editor Christopher Schwarz’s blog, you know that Chris likes good food and good beer almost as much as he likes his Lie-Nielsen No. 7 (and animal [...]

Delta Unisaw Rebuild Part 5

We’ve all been in one of those grooves where everything is going along gangbusters and you have it all under control. That wonderful feeling comes just before the bottom drops out. [...]

Come to the Klausz Side

My next project is a close copy of a walnut side table from the White Water Shaker community. We’ll be publishing the plans in an upcoming issue and donating the finished project to the [...]

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