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An Easy Mitered Box Build with Splines

Here’s how I made the pair of urns in last week’s post. Step 1: Choose your material My client wanted to use maple for one of the urns because she’s from Canada. She also liked [...]

Stubborn Extractions in Cincinnati

Last summer while visiting family in Cincinnati I paid a visit … no, not to the dentist, but rather to the Popular Woodworking offices to shoot a short video on the first stages of initiating and [...]

The Beauty of English Arts & Crafts

I feel so lucky to be part of the team putting out Nancy Hiller’s new book English Arts & Crafts Furniture: Projects & Techniques for the Modern Maker. The physical copy of the book [...]

Learning Happens Through Doing

At Women’s Woodshop, no one has to prove themselves to be a maker. Purchase the June 2018 issue of Popular Woodworking here. I fell in love with woodworking because of the material itself; wood’s [...]

Welcome to the New Popular woodworking.com!

If you’re reading this, then you already know: We’ve launched our new website and rebrand of Popular Woodworking. The biggest changes are on the backend of the website. Our technology was getting [...]

Dent the Wood for Tighter Joints

We’ve all dented some important part of a project and hand to remove the dent with heat and steam. It’s a routine and and annoying fix. But what if we could use the same process to make our [...]

Daily Winners – 34 Days of Dad 2018

We’ve officially wrapped the 34 Days of Dad contest and I have a list of daily winners for you! All of our winners have already been notified. Thanks for participating! – David Lyell Round [...]

How to Design Furniture With Spindles

Designing a piece of furniture with multiple spindles – or even working with someone else’s plan – can be tricky. Drawings will tell you one thing; your eye will tell you another. And relying on [...]

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