This October 2006 issue of Popular Woodworking, we’ve assembled an amazing group of woodworking talent.
Troy Sexton reveals his tricks for mastering the jigsaw.
Frank Klausz gives us three wonderful ways to create through mortise and tenon joints.
Michael Dunbar makes his Popular Woodworking debut and tells us how he goes about avoiding mistakes.
Master carver David Calvo also joins us for the first time and gets us started with the bare bones of carving.
Our Woodworking Essentials begins a new series, Setting Up Shop: The Right Location.
Adam Cherubini takes a close look at the mystery of saw teeth in his Arts & Mysteries hand tool column.
Bill Hylton gives his methods for making breadboard ends.
Our I Can Do That column has a great bench that you can make from dimensional lumber in just a few hours.
Bob Flexner reflects on sheen in his finishing column.
Judy Ditmer in At the Lathe give essential maintenance techniques.
Detailed article previews are below. Online extras can be found here.
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