- Project Design
- Joining and Fastening
- Gluing and Clamping
- Installing Hardware
- Making Repairs
While it shares the same relaxed styling of other Adirondacks, this chair does one thing most others don’t: it folds up.
A quintet of straight-up facts about wood that has taken a turn for the worse.
A practical repurposing project to take your mark-up accuracy to the next level.
Drilling holes is a task that every woodworker must do. But boring a hole and getting a good result can be two entirely different things.
Routers can tackle a multitude of cutting and shaping tasks with the appropriate bits, jigs and accessories. Here’s versatility, unrivaled.
Learn how we built this Mid-Century Modern console cabinet. It features waterfall miter joints, turned tapered legs, and sliding tambour doors.
In this episode, Ian and Lily finish up the ash table project. You’ll learn the process of how to glue up the base parts and how to check that everything is square.
Shellac has a place on a dresser. Our expert examines whether that place is in the drawer interiors, or on the dresser top.
A shop-made template, scrap shims and a single router bit make the task precise and easy.
Sharpening is a topic that can evoke controversy and discussion, but here are a few concepts to help you stay sharp.