- Project Design
- Joining and Fastening
- Gluing and Clamping
- Installing Hardware
- Making Repairs
Floor lamps are expensive to buy and are often disappointingly flimsy when you get them home. This lamp is stylish, solid and remarkably affordable.
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.
Harvest your own bowl blanks — with a chainsaw.
What kind of screws should you use on your project? From heads to drives, points to threads, platings to coatings, we show you everything you need to know about the world of modern screws.
In this episode of the Hand Plane Video Series, Ernie Conover introduces you to scraper planes and scratch beaders. You’ll learn how to sharpen a scraper edge and how to use a scraper to smooth challenging grain. Ernie also demonstrates how well a scratch beader works to create short pieces of custom molding.
Learn how to set up and use the Stanley #97 Chisel Plane. This is the plane to use when you need to work into a corner up to an inside edge.
Making picture frames is easy with this simple clamping jig. Fast, accurate clamping and easy glue cleanup are just two features of this practical jig.
Adding life to a wan-looking piece of walnut can be the detail that takes a project from bland to beautiful. Learn how to make walnut look very much like it did in the good old days!
Sandor Nagyszalanczy teaches you how to install LED lighting into a coffee table project. You can also install LED lights in other projects, such as cabinets.
The lathe should be a go-to tool for home repair and improvement, as woodturning expert Ernie Conover explains.