Online Extras: June 2009 Issue

Online Extras for the June 2009 issue include a video of Marc Spagnuolo using his favorite pushsticks and featherboards, download full-size patterns of the Deck/Dock Chair leg profiles in PDF [...]

Out of the Woodwork: But it was a Bargain

Bird poop and bug carcasses may just be hiding a treasure. By Jeffrey Briere Page: 80 From the June 2009 issue #176 Buy this issue now Like most everyone reading this, I am an avid collector of [...]

Jig Journal: No-nonsense Router Table

A great router table for little cost and just a few hours to build. By Robert W. Lang Pages: 74-75 From the June 2009 issue #176 Buy this issue now The original version of this router table was [...]

The Wood Whisperer: Not Just for the New

Seasoned professionals also benefit from Woodworkers Safety Week 2009. By Marc Spagnuolo Pages: 68-69 From the June 2009 issue #176 Buy this issue now Did you know that May 4th, 2009 marks the [...]

Dock Chair

Lightweight, folding and portable, this chair is so simple to make you’ll want a pair – or more. By Simon Watts Pages: 64-67 From the June 2009 issue #176 Buy this issue now I’ve always disliked [...]

Graduated Drawers

Two sets of dividers are all you need to achieve well-proportioned drawers. By George Walker Pages: 60-63 From the June 2009 issue #176 Buy this issue now For centuries artists honed their craft [...]

Bed Rocks From Abroad

How do new imported smoothing planes compare to a Lie-Nielsen or Clifton? By Christopher Schwarz Pages: 56-58 From the June 2009 issue #176 Buy this issue now Thanks to the success of Lie-Nielsen [...]

Carve a 17th-Century Panel

Straightforward work with V-tools and gouges creates a lively result. By Peter Follansbee Pages: 51-55 From the June 2009 issue #176 Buy this issue now Seventeenth-century New England joiners [...]

A Classic Huntboard

Ample storage and simple lines make this dining room server highly desirable. By Glen D. Huey Pages: 44-50 From the June 2009 issue #176 Buy this issue now During the holidays, I remember as a [...]

Ebonizing Wood

Achieve a deep, rich black using household ingredients plus some powder from a South American evergreen. By Brian Boggs Pages: 40-43 From the June 2009 issue #176 Buy this issue now It’s hard to [...]

A Joiner’s Tool Chest

Not too big, not too small. This chest is a handy size for a basic set of tools. By Roy Underhill Pages: 32-39 From the June 2009 issue #176 Buy this issue now It’s the modern joiner’s dilemma. [...]

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