The cover project of the June 2010 of Popular Woodworking is a Queen Anne dressing table. It’s “high style” on the outside, but the interior is a cinch to make.
Dale Barnard shows you how a simple plywood jig can create accurate Arts & Crafts Through-tenons.
In building a reproduction of a White Water Shaker table, Christopher Schwarz uncovers some details that are atypical for a Shaker piece – and some that are just downright strange.
David Charlesworth shows how to tune up and use scraper planes in the war against tear-out.
Rob Millard outlines a clever technique when banding inlay for curves.
Learn about taming the top-heavy router by replacing your router’s base with a shop-made version.
George R. Walker explains how mouldings emphasize a form and provides techniques for proportions and layout in this issue’s Design Matters column.
Bob Flexner answers 20 staining questions based on the articles he has written for Popular Woodworking.
Using period inventories and other sources, Peter Follansbee helps piece together the puzzle of a 1600s Joiner’s Tool Kit.
We review a new track in routers in this issue’s Tool Test.
The I Can Do That project is a picnic of a build.
Detailed article previews are below. Online Extras (downloads, links, etc.) for this issue can be found inside each article.
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