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New CD: The Best of Arts & Crafts

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The revival of the Arts & Crafts Movement isn’t just in the furniture store. Woodworkers of all levels of experience have named it one of their favorite styles to build in their workshops. Why? Clean lines and honest joinery.

So we’ve put together a new CD that features our 49 favorite articles from Popular Woodworking and Woodworking Magazine from the last decade that deal with this important furniture movement.

All of the articles on the CD are in pdf format, so you can view them on any computer with the free Acrobat Reader program. Plus you can print the articles out and take them to the shop when you’re ready to build.

If you’ve never used any of our magazines’ articles in pdf format, we’d like to give you a sample for free. We think you’ll be pleased. To give it a try, simply click on the link below to download the complete plans for Gustav Stickley’s No. 72 Magazine Cabinet, a very popular project from our April 2003 issue.

Magazine_Cabinet.pdf (1.66 MB)

Here’s what else you’ll find on this CD, which is available in our store for $15 (that includes free shipping in the United States).

? 42 Furniture Projects: We feature comprehensive plans and cutting lists for a complete suite of furniture for your home, including two Morris chairs, sideboards, side tables, bookshelves, outdoor furniture as well as home accessories, including lamps and wastebaskets. Every project includes step-by-step instruction and measured drawings.

? 7 Technique Articles: Arts & Crafts furniture uses straightforward joinery like the mighty mortise and tenon. We show you a wide variety of ways to cut this essential joint, plus articles on achieving an Arts & Crafts finish with home-center materials and detailed plans for the jigs and fixtures that will make your shop time more efficient.

This CD is in stock and ready to ship. To order your copy, visit our store today.

– Christopher Schwarz

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  • Christopher Schwarz


    Nope. We’ve only digitized the content back to 2000. Beyond that it becomes very expensive, I’m afraid. So it’s not in the works this year.

    Thanks for asking.


  • Karl

    I have the 2000-2007 archive DVD. Do any of the plans on the Arts & Crafts CD date back farther the 2000. Also, does Pop Woodworking plan on releasing archive CD’s going back farther than 2000?


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