An Award-Winning Publication
In addition to this eZine, we here at Woodworker’s Journal also produce a print magazine. It’s an award-winning publication – as was proved again last week. At the Minnesota Magazine and Publishing Association’s annual Excellence Awards gala for 2015, our magazine took home awards in the How-To Article and Regular Column categories. In both cases, we snagged the gold medal. We also took home a silver and a bronze, for a trifecta of precious metals.
We’re proud of the recognition, and even more proud of producing a publication that brings our readers great woodworking how-to information, on topics like woodturning, finishing and more, plus (did I say award-winning?) project plans. If you’re curious about this (ahem, award-winning) publication, you can take a gander at the contents of the latest issue when you click here.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
Woodworking retailer opens two new stores; five more in planning stages
Here’s a very simple way to squeeze the last bit of life from your pencil eraser. It beats smudging or tearing the paper with a flattened eraser.
Steel bars and tool-free clamps should make large panel glue-ups easier.
Longer-running, lighter hammer drill covered by RIDGID’s Lifetime Service Agreement.
My kitchen table suffers from a sticky finish. If it’s waxy buildup, how do I fix it?
I’m a very simple hobby woodworker, with some small tools, but i just like to make things myself. Mostly kitchen stuff and small furniture.