About the only time that I think I’d like to be back in school is when I see kids out and about enjoying their winter, spring or summer breaks. It would be so awesome to have a couple weeks off here, the summer off there — I think I could really master that aspect of school if I had another chance at it!
Alas, this is not the case, but this year at least, we at Woodworker’s Journal will be taking the next Tuesday off from putting out an eZine. So, don’t waste hours staring at your inbox waiting for your next set of Free Plans … they won’t arrive until January 3rd.
But do accept from us our very best holiday wishes. You are the reason that we have the opportunity to create this eZine, and we are indeed grateful for you and your support. May you have a wonderful Christmas or whatever holiday you celebrate … and may the New Year bring you joy and peace.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal.
Wesley Swartout’s been doing woodworking as a hobby all his life. Now retired, he’s focused on projects to give away and for his church.
This reader offers a helpful tip about how to keep project parts close at hand but not in the way when you’re working at a home-built miter saw station.
This reader was tired of his air compressor spilling rusty, dirty water onto his shop floor every time he opened the valve. Here is his easy to implement solution.
Cinch-able, rugged bags can clip to a belt or hang from an included carabiner for totable workshop or jobsite storage needs.
My Delta jointer works great, but its chip clearance is terrible. How can I fix it?
This reader takes old, reclaimed barn wood and creates fun products supporting favorite sports teams and show pride in customer’s favorite states.
eZine readers share their views on — and suggestions for — the wooden kitchen countertops that have arrived in Rob’s life.