- Project Design
- Joining and Fastening
- Gluing and Clamping
- Installing Hardware
- Making Repairs
Unique, beautiful and practical, this jewelry frame makes a great gift. It also makes a big use of a small amount of wood.
Tired of paying high prices for lumber at the lumberyard? A portable sawmill could be your ticket to getting quality wood for your next project at a more affordable price.
Chris Marshall shows off his technique for turning a segmented frame into a smooth circle using a bandsaw without a jig.
A jig to steady round objects, and let you successfully drill holes in them.
The author’s clever set of production techniques creates a line of bow-shaped wooden drawer pulls in a hurry!
Learn how to cut the half-lap joints that were used to make the dog dish holder project in the September/October 2017 issue.
A vacuum pump and veneer bag is a fully portable system that can be used anywhere. Here, learn some simple veneering techniques.
Danish oil, tung oil and boiled linseed oil on walnut look similar, and they are all easy materials for creating a low-luster finish.
This classic walnut silverware chest employs solid brass catches and hinges to help create an heirloom project in a small shop setting.
The lathe should be a go-to tool for home repair and improvement, as woodturning expert Ernie Conover explains.