Category: Woodworking Blogs | Popular Woodworking Magazine

Editor’s Note: Woodworking Through It

As this issue goes to press, Popular Woodworking is changing ownership. The last few months have been a rollercoaster of emotions for me, my colleagues, readers and contributors. There’s been [...]

Make a Wood and Brass Panel Gauge

By: Bob Rozaieski Learn how to work with brass and make an indispensable tool for hand work. If you rip your stock on a table saw, your uses for a panel gauge are limited. If you make your rip …

Make Custom Built-In Cabinets Like a Pro

Building cabinets is a sub-set of woodworking that uses different skills and knowledge, but as any woodworker knows, putting in your own cabinetry is well worth the effort. Built-in cabinetry, or [...]

Simple Live-Edge Slab Table

Slab, or live-edge furniture is all the rage, and I like it! If you think wood is one of the most amazing things ever created, then how can you not like a piece of furniture that retains so much [...]

Understanding Bench Planes

Bench planes come in a wide range of lengths and widths. Do you need them all? Which ones are most useful? And if you only had to buy one....

Quality Beyond the Machinery

We’re wrapping up our eight-week series on CNC Designed for Woodworkers and the series has taught me a lot about CNC and changed my thinking to appreciate how beneficial this technology can [...]

Modified Traveler’s Tool Case

"I was looking for a tool tote to set beside my shave horse when doing demos with the SCA East Kingdom Foresters Guild. I attached the cover with hinges and added tool slots for use when working. [...]

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