The cover project of the October 2010 Popular Woodworking issue is an Arts & Crafts sideboard by Robert W. Lang that combines classic elements from Gustav Stickley, Harvey Ellis and Greene & Greene.
Michael Dunbar reveals how to understand and use a bowsaw – a traditional tool that is woefully misunderstood by modern woodworkers.
In his second installment, Toshio Odate and his assistant add an innovative drawer design to Magobei’s dining table.
Marc Adams contends that veneer is the future. In this first of a series of articles, he shows how to get started using this material that was used on the finest furniture of the past.
A shop experiment answers the question of where glue goes, and leads its author to adopt a new gluing technique.
Peter Follansbee shows how to build an unusual 17th-century three-legged turned chair.
The I Can Do That project is a rustic factory cart coffee table.
Bob Flexner teaches you the best ways to optimize a spray gun.
George R. Walker takes us on a visit to the shop of designer and craftsman Brooke Smith.
Our staff tests an Earlex Spray Station, a Karl Holtey No. 82 and the Bosch Power Box stereo in this issue’s Tool Test.
Detailed article previews are below. Online Extras (downloads, etc.) can be found inside each article.
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