Category: November 2008 #172 | Popular Woodworking Magazine

Out of the Woodwork: Pink Lemonade

An old piece of MDF brings back happy memories. By Richard Mallard Page: 96 From the November 2008 issue #172 Buy this issue now That quote knocked around in my head for days. You know the [...]

I Can Do That: Corner Shelf

This handsome hanging storage unit is a snap to build with screwed butt joints. By Megan Fitzpatrick Pages: 84-85 From the November 2008 issue #172 Buy this issue now This simple and casual [...]

Jig Journal: Flush-cutting Jig

An end to the troublesome task of trimming solid-wood edging. By Christopher Schwarz Pages: 80-82 From the November 2008 issue #172 Buy this issue now Adding a solid-wood edge to plywood is a [...]

Imitation could be Illegal

Many iconic designs are legally protected; research before you copy. By Jon Shackelford Pages: 76-79 From the November 2008 issue #172 Buy this issue now It has often been said that imitation is [...]

Building a Skateboard in a Vacuum

Bring a new generation to the shop and learn a new technique – the vacuum-press pump. By Hunter Lang Pages: 72-75 From the November 2008 issue #172 Buy this issue now Over the years as a [...]

Everyday Greene & Greene

In the hands of genius, ordinary items become fine art. By David Mathias & Robert W. Lang Pages: 66-71 From the November 2008 issue #172 Buy this issue now One of the best-known quotations to [...]

Avoiding Table Saw Kickback

The fundamental rules (and devices) to keep you clear of danger at your saw. By Marc Adams Pages: 63-65 From the November 2008 issue #172 Buy this issue now I once heard that 90 percent (or more) [...]

First Fan Carving

It takes five tools to enhance the design of any project with a carved fan. We show you the tools and tricks to get it right the first time. By Glen D. Huey Pages: 58-62 From the November 2008 [...]

Colonial-Era Plate Rack

Although this project uses 40 feet of moulding, it’s quite simple to make. By Kerry Pierce Pages: 53-57 From the November 2008 issue #172 Buy this issue now My wife and I recently attended our [...]

Bowsaw Basics

An ancient European tool that still has a place in the modern American shop. By Frank Klausz Pages: 42-44 From the November 2008 issue #172 Buy this issue now Why should you own a bowsaw? Why [...]

Dirt-simple Router Jigs

Improve your router techniques with simple, shop-made jigs that are easy to use and just as simple to build. By Glen D. Huey Pages: 36-41 From the November 2008 issue #172 Buy this issue now I’m [...]

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