- Project Design
- Joining and Fastening
- Gluing and Clamping
- Installing Hardware
- Making Repairs
This classic mahogany and brass tray and folding stand will come in handy the next time guests come calling.
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.
Make a low-cost band saw fence with this free plan from the magazine.
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.
The author’s clever set of production techniques creates a line of bow-shaped wooden drawer pulls in a hurry!
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.
Our finishing expert demonstrates some great tricks to make your inexpensive wood look high-class.
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.