Our June 2014 issue is now available at ShopWoodworking.com in print, or right away as a PDF download.
Inside, you’ll discover how to “rivet” corners using brass screws (bonus: you don’t have to clock them!) from Christopher Schwarz; learn how to carve spoons with Peter Follansbee (who, I’m delighted to announce, has signed on as our new Arts & Mysteries columnist commencing with the October 2014 issue); a contemporary take on cabriole legs from Jeff Miller; Willard Anderson and Peter Ross on a traditional method for rehandling mortise chisels – a process grounded in the historical record that they developed after years of research and observation of period tools; a two-tiered storage box with cubbies for all sorts of hardware from Glen D. Huey; an elegant, Wharton Esherick-inspired kitchen stool by Chuck Bender and much more.
Or, ya know, subscribe and save money (note that the June issue won’t be included in your subscription).
And check out the Online Extras at popularwoodworking.com/jun14.
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