Month: December 2012 | Popular Woodworking Magazine

Jackie Chins Mah-Jong game table

  Jackie Chin’s is one of my students at 3rdWard Brooklyn. She is an electronic engineer by trade, who developed a love affair with woodworking. In a recent class she took with me [...]

‘Design for Tool-Chest Top’

From W.K.H., Chase City, Va. – Among the numerous plans presented in the columns of Carpentry and Building for tool chests, the fact seems to have been overlooked that the chests are often [...]

I Can Do That: Message Center

A low-tech solution for a family on the go. By Steve Shanesy Pages: 26-27 From the February 2012 issue #195 Buy the issue now. The kitchen is the crossroads for today’s busy family. And while we [...]

A Patternmaker’s Workbench

As patternmakers are the Jedi Knights of the woodworking world, their workbenches are always a little different. Usually you’ll find some sort of vise that has more adjustments than usual. A [...]

A Simple Gift

Last year just weeks prior to Christmas, I decided to make my mother a Pennsylvania spice box with an inlaid door. That was stupid. I got it done (thanks to Glen Huey’s inlay-by-router [...]

A Tip that’s So Stupid…

While I was on staff at Popular Woodworking Magazine, all of the editors had to read through all of the reader submissions to “Tricks of the Trade.” This was generally drudgery that was [...]

HAPPY CHRISTMAS

A HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO ALL WORLD WIDE WHO SEE MY WORK AND TO ALL PET LOVERS WORLD WIDE …  REMEMBER A PET IS FOR LIFE NOT JUST FOR CHRISTMAS ????? …

Thank You (& Now I Need Help)!

Overwhelmed by the many kind and encouraging responses to my new position, “I can no other answer make but thanks/And thanks, and ever thanks.” (And thanks, too, for an excellent [...]

The Other Arts & Crafts

It’s difficult to have a serious conversation about the American Arts & Crafts movement without using the “S” word – Stickley, of course. The iconic, rectilinear and medieval forms of [...]

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