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Have you seen the printed version lately?
While I am not the most clever person in the world, I do know a thing or two. One is, if you like the Woodworker’s Journal eZine, you’d love the Woodworker’s Journal print magazine. I know, because I’m editor of both of them.
For years, my staff and I have worked hard to make a great magazine and attract the best known and most knowledgeable woodworking experts to our pages (they sneak into the eZine from time to time, too). Ian Kirby, Michael Dresdner, Ellis Walentine, Sandor Nagyszalanczy, Simon Watts, Bill Hylton–the list goes on, and continues to grow. The reason these quality writers are picking the Journal is that it’s a quality magazine (without being snooty or elitist) that focuses on the heart and soul of woodworking. When you read their articles you benefit from their love of the craft and years of experience. They know tools, techniques, finishing and project building like no one else.
I’d really like everyone who enjoys the eZine to get a taste of the print magazine, I truly think you will enjoy it.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
Although CMT has a long history of manufacturing state-of-the-art router bits and cutters, it is not resting on its reputation for quality tools.
But what if you just want to work on a piano that someone else builds? Tom Schrunk got an opportunity to do just that.
This toy box projects needs a hinge that’s functional but also safe for kids.
This woodworker and his son just cut a bunch of dovetails successfully, but they are having an argument about how tight the dovetails should fit, especially as the cold weather sets in and the humidity goes down.
This woodworker knows basswood is preferred by carvers, but is it any good as lumber for furniture?