Category: August 2014 #212 | Popular Woodworking Magazine

Craftsman Wardrobe

This Stickley No. 624 reproduction provides adaptable and abundant storage. by Robert W. Lang pages 20-27 The lack of closet space is a common problem in older homes. In the early 1900s Gustav [...]

Improve a Coping Saw

Your saw can work better by adding washers of by changing the way the saw. by Christopher Schwarz pages 28-32 When I was a kid, the first saw I bought was a Craftsman coping saw with a chrome [...]

Mid-century Coffee Table

Top this sleek design with patterned veneer – it’s much easier than it looks. by Mario Rodriguez pages 33-37 All over the country, mid-century designs, with their sleek surfaces and clean lines, [...]

Massive Mouldings

Add a few hand tools to a mostly machined process, and it’s simple to make any profile. by Chuck Bender pages 38-43 When it comes to making mouldings, size should not be a limiting factor. Using [...]

Roubo’s Press Vise

This centuries-old device is effective in use and simple to make. by Derek Olson pages 44-46 In my early years as a woodworker I was prejudiced against veneer – but experience has mellowed my [...]

Danish Modern

Enthusiasm and people skills are the keys to Ejler Hjorth-Westh’s success. by Linda Rosengarten pages 47-50 On California’s Mendocino coast, you really never know who you are talking to by [...]

Painted Bucket Bench

A simple project from home-center wood is transformed with faux graining. by Catharine Kennedy pages 51-54 Faux graining is the art of illusion. Use this technique, and your choices aren’t [...]

Arbortech TurboPlane & Mini-Turbo

by Chuck Bender page 14 If you are into sculpting wood or forming sculpted furniture parts, the Arbortech TurboPlane and Mini-Turbo are two tools that could make your work much easier. Although [...]

SuperMax 19-38 Drum Sander

Attention to detail makes this machine a top-quality addition to any shop. by Chuck Bender page 14 The first thing that comes to mind upon seeing the SuperMax 19-38 drum sander is the company’s [...]

Improvisation

Modifying a design means more than simply scaling. by George Walker pages 18-19 How do you modify a design without making a hash of it? It’s a common question that dogs even the experienced [...]

Don’t be Such a Square

Make a 45° miter square with help from dividers and a straightedge. by Bob Rozaieski pages 58-50 The very first lesson any woodworker learns is that precise work requires square corners. We [...]

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