In the February 2010 issue of Popular Woodworking, we debut Design Matters, a column by George R. Walker that will give you the tools to tackle furniture design with skill and confidence.
Joinery details bring a special charm to a Stickley music cabinet and a Japanese soji screen provides the inspiration for a contemporary Soji cabinet.
Create a tapered-leg table in this issue’s I Can Do That project.
Provocative “upholstery” explores the tension between comfort and discomfort in a unique 988 chair.
Toolmaker Kevin Drake teaches you how to make turned tool handles.
Tom Fidgen constructs a hand-made cabinetmaker’s toolbox that is certainly One for the Road.
The Arts & Mysteries column shows you how to make Andre Roubo’s Try Square.
Jim Crammond revives a clever 19th-century tool and provides everything you’ll need to build a cam marking gauge.
Chairmaker Michael Dunbar explores traditional milk paint.
Bob Flexner helps you choose a spray gun.
We review Delta’s New Midi-lathe.
Rob Porcaro explores ways to create better vision in the shop.
Detailed article previews are below. Online Extras for this issue can be found inside each article.
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