Online Extras: February 2008 Issue

Online Extras for the February 2008 issue include step-by-step instructions on cutting through and half-blind dovetails, a SketchUp file of the drawings of the Chimney Cupboard, instructions on [...]

Flexner on Finishing: Finish Compatibility

Discover what finishing products work well together. By Bob Flexner Pages: 92-93 From the February 2008 issue #167 Buy this issue now I’m sure you’ve come across cautions in woodworking books and [...]

At the Lathe: Lathe Tool Holder

Convenient tool storage for efficient turning. By Judy Ditmer Pages: 84-85 From the February 2008 issue #167 Buy this issue now Like many people, when I began turning, my biggest concern was [...]

Jig Journal: Sliding-head Scratch Stock

Two fences allow you to position the cutter and keep the bead’s quirk in line. By Geoffrey Ames Pages: 82-83 From the February 2008 issue #167 Buy this issue now If you have ever attempted to [...]

Perfect Patching

A long-time carpenter shares a repair trick to hide the mistakes made by ham-handed apprentices. By Carl Bilderback Pages: 76-79 From the February 2008 issue #167 Buy this issue now For more than [...]

Understand Honing Guides

Honing guides are not a one-size-fits-all affair. We examine the weaknesses and strengths of four popular models. By Christopher Schwarz Pages: 70-74 From the February 2008 issue #167 Buy this [...]

Basic Inlay Techniques

Simple techniques and small details can add visual interest to your projects. By Rob Millard Pages: 57-61 From the February 2008 issue #167 Buy this issue now Inlays, even simple ones, can add a [...]

Woodworking Essentials: Power Jointers

A Better Way to Work: Part 3 By Marc Adams Pages: 41-56 From the February 2008 issue #167 Buy this issue now One of the very first lessons of working wood is how to “S4S” a board – surface it …

Flatten a Workbench’s Top

Is it necessary? And if so, what are the best techniques? By Christopher Schwarz Pages: 36-40 From the February 2008 issue #167 Buy this issue now Like any tool or machine, a workbench requires [...]

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