Category: November 2007 #165 | Popular Woodworking Magazine

Online Extras: November 2007

Online Extras for the November 2007 issue include a PDF of the Ted Brown Plans, additional text, drawings and photos of the Greene & Greene table, the 18 Rules for Safety PDF, an image of the [...]

Jig Journal: Bench Hook

The single most important hand-tool appliance is 3 sticks of wood. By Christopher Schwarz Pages: 86-88 From the November 2007 issue #165 Buy this issue now Owning a backsaw without owning a bench [...]

Shaker Oval Music Box

A simple gift for the holidays. By John Wilson Pages: 74-79 From the November 2007 issue #165 Buy this issue now Two Shaker accomplishments were prolific song writing (there are more than 10,000 [...]

From Concept to Completion, Part 2

Detailed drawings, cut lists and grain orientation aid in a successful building process. By Ted Brown Pages: 70-73 From the November 2007 issue #165 Buy this issue now We use detailed drawings to [...]

Greene & Greene: A Mystery Table

While conducting research for a book, the author encounters a previously unknown table from the workshop of Peter & John Hall. By Darrell Peart Pages: 62-69 From the November 2007 issue #165 [...]

Upgrade Your Workbench

Simple and ingenious jigs that will unlock the full capacity of your workbench. By Rob Porcaro Pages: 57-61 From the November 2007 issue #165 Buy this issue now The most important tool in my shop [...]

Hybrid Saws: Compromise or Cure-all?

The table saw is one of the most important machines in a shop. Should we make room for a new category, or stay with the ‘old reliables?’ By Troy Sexton Pages: 38-44 From the November 2007 issue [...]

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