Tag: April 2004 | Popular Woodworking Magazine

Out of the Woodwork: Pride for Sale

I wanted my profit margin high but my ego was knocked low. By Angelo Paino Page: 104 From the April 2004 issue #140 Buy this issue now Like most woodworkers I dreamed of transforming my talent [...]

From the Bench: The Basic Bench Hook

Three pieces of wood make crosscutting and planing easier – no matter where you work. By Don McConnell Pages: 98-100 From the April 2004 issue #140 Buy this issue now It’s difficult to imagine [...]

Flexner on Finishing: Battling Blotching

Forget wood conditioner and go for gel stain. By Bob Flexner Pages: 94-95 From the April 2004 issue #140 Buy this issue now You’ve heard me say this before, and I’m sure you’ll hear me say it [...]

Stop Rust Now

If it’s metallic, odds are it’s rusting. But why? And how can you slow it down? By Michael Rabkin Pages: 90-93 From the April 2004 issue #140 Buy this issue now Rust is the bane of woodworking [...]

Metal-bodied Spokeshaves

After years of having only poorly made tools to choose from, woodworkers now have some excellent new spokeshaves at their disposal. By Christopher Schwarz Pages: 84-89 From the April 2004 issue [...]

Japanese Garden Bench

Combine five 2x4s, a handful of screws and a long afternoon to build a handsome and sturdy sitting spot for your deck or garden. By Christopher Schwarz & Kara Gebhart Pages: 80-83 From the [...]

Building a Drawing

Some classical guidelines to technical drawings. By John Hutchinson Pages: 74-79 From the April 2004 issue #140 Buy this issue now Afew months after my “CAD for Woodworkers” article appeared in [...]

Entirely by Hand

Chairmaker Don Weber offers a sample of how simple projects can spring from the forest and the sweat of your brow. By Don Weber Pages: 68-73 From the April 2004 issue #140 Buy this issue now Afew [...]

Can You Hear Me Now? Good.

Woodworking can destroy your hearing in a hurry. Learn the right ways to protect it. By Cynthia S. Eades Pages: 62-67 From the April 2004 issue #140 Buy this issue now Safety devices are [...]

Stickley Ottoman

After half a dozen Morris chair plans, we decided it was time to help you put your feet up and relax. By David Thiel Pages: 57-61 From the April 2004 issue #140 Buy this issue now A Morris chair [...]

Mortise & Tenon Basics

A superior way to cut this superlative joint. By Christopher Schwarz Pages: 42-48 From the April 2004 issue #140 Buy this issue now A lot of woodworkers spend a lot of time, effort and money to [...]

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