Category: April 2009 #175 | Popular Woodworking Magazine

Podcast: The Afterlife of Trees

Popular Woodworking Magazine has just launched a new podcast that…. Wait, wait. Where are you going? Give me a few moments to explain. Look, we know the woodworking world has enough podcasts. So [...]

Online Extras: April 2009 Issue

Online Extras for the April 2009 issue include a video about how to use glue for veneering, full-size patterns of the top and bottom side profiles of the Greene & Greene Medicine Cabinet, [...]

The Best Shop Wastebasket

I spend a lot of time in my shop, so I’m picky about what I put in there, from the bench to the tool cabinet, the wooden floor or even the wastebasket. Last week I decided I needed a wastebasket [...]

Out of the Woodwork: The Allure of the New

If all you have is a hammer, well, you might need another hammer. By Doug Fulkerson Page: 72 From the April 2009 issue #175 Buy this issue now One of my favorite quotes is Baruch’s Observation: [...]

Grinder Tool Rest Jig

This simple jig makes it easy to set your rest to specific, repeatable angles. By Bruce D. Wedlock Pages: 62-63 From the April 2009 issue #175 Buy this issue now The many articles on sharpening [...]

Twister

This undulating band saw box is simple to make, and it makes a great gift. By David Thiel, Jim Stack & Lois Keener Ventura Pages: 58-61 From the April 2009 issue #175 Buy this issue now Yes, [...]

Carving Spanish Feet

A Delaware Valley foot and a Pennsylvania ring-and-vase turning combine to develop a period-style design. By Charles Bender Pages: 55-57 From the April 2009 issue #175 Buy this issue now Years [...]

Plunge-cut Saws

These saws are the best for breaking down sheet goods, if that’s one of your shop chores. But you’ll need to dig into the features to make your purchase decision. By Glen D. Huey Pages: 50-53 [...]

Providence Writing Desk

Gentle curves and elegant details provide a place to get work done in style. By Mario Rodriguez Pages: 44-49 From the April 2009 issue #175 Buy this issue now A friend of mine recently moved into [...]

Three Ways to Make Edge Joints

By hand or power? With a spring joint or not? By Robert W. Lang, Glen D. Huey & Christopher Schwarz Pages: 40-43 From the April 2009 issue #175 Buy this issue now One of the most important [...]

Greene & Greene Medicine Cabinet

Humble origins but a distinguished pedigree combine in the ultimate Arts & Crafts medicine cabinet. By Robert W. Lang Pages: 34-39 From the April 2009 issue #175 Buy this issue now This [...]

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