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Here are the Online Extras for the December 2010 issue.

Video: Take a tour of this 1740’s Pennsylvania piece.

Web Site: Download the free 3D SketchUp model of this chest of drawers.

Web Site: Discover more about Chester County furniture.

In Our Store: November 2008 Popular Woodworking (#172).

To Buy: Ready-made string and other inlay supplies.

Web Site: Visit Bob Rozaieski’s web site and read his hand-tool blog.

Article: Read Editor Christopher Schwarz’s article on the three classes of sawcuts.

Blog: Read Adam Cherubini’s Arts & Mysteries blog.

Articles: Read our articles on making a sawbench.

In Our Store: “Sawing Fundamentals,” a DVD from Editor Christopher Schwarz.

Web Site: Download the free 3D SketchUp Model for the Victorian Side Table project.

Articles: All the “I Can Do That” articles are free online.

In Our Store: Online and DVD video instruction on woodworking basics.

Blog: See the original square on Chris’s blog.

Visit Patrick Leach’s amazing Stanley reference site.

To Buy: Plans for André Roubo’s try square, a beautiful companion for this tool.

In Our Store: “Hand Tool Essentials.”

SketchUp Model: Download the 3D Google SketchUp Model of the G&G frame.

In our store: Bob is the author of “Shop Drawings for Greene & Greene Furniture.”

In our store: “Greene & Greene Furniture: Poems of Wood and Light,” a new book on the Greene brothers, by David Mathias.

SketchUp: Download the 3D Google SketchUp Model of Moxon’s Ingenious Bench Vise.

Video: See a video of Chris Schwarz threading and tapping the wooden components.

Article: We have dozens of free plans for jigs on our web site.

Web Site: Read about how the prototype of the Moxon’s Ingenious Bench Vise was developed on our blog.

In Our Store: New: “The Workbench Design Book.”

In Our Store: James Krenov’s “A Cabinetmaker’s Notebook.”

Article: Learn how to properly sand to prepare your wood for stain.

To Buy: Bob’s new book, “Flexner on Finishing,” includes 12 years’ worth of updated finishing columns.

Web Site: Read more of our finishing articles.

Blog: Read Mike Dunbar’s blog.

Web Site: Visit the web site of The Windsor Institute, where Mike teaches.

Blog: Read about Editor Christopher Schwarz’s “sackback class” at The Windsor Institute.

In Our Store: “Chairmaking Simplified.”

Video: Visit the David R. Webb veneer mill with Marc Adams.

Blog: Executive Editor Robert W. Lang takes you on a detailed trip through the Atlantic Veneer slicing operation and the Veneer Tech splicing plant.

Web Site: Explore veneering classes at the Marc Adams School of Woodworking.

To Buy: Purchase excellent veneers from Certainly Wood.

In Our Store: “A Woodworker’s Guide to Veneering & Inlay: Techniques, Projects & Expert Advice for Fine Furniture” by Jonathan Benson.

Web Site: Visit Alan Turner’s web site to see his work and learn about his school.

Article: “Massachusetts Block Front Chest.”

Web Site: Discover the Society of American Period Furniture Makers (SAPFM).

Visit: Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Blog: Read more Design Matters on George R. Walker’s blog.

Blog: Read about Editor Christopher Schwarz’s visit to George R. Walker’s shop.

In our store: George R. Walker’s DVDs “Unlocking the Secrets of Traditional Design,” and “Unlocking the Secrets of Traditional Design: Mouldings.”

Blog: Read more about Bickford Moulding Planes on our blog.

Article: Ron Hock explains how to sharpen chisels.

Video: Take a look at the Colt MaxiCut Forstner bit in action.


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