Favorite Catalog Cover Contest
If you’ve been following our January theme, we’ve focused on building cabinets with videos that demonstrate various techniques to support that topic. I hope it has been interesting! (Check out the Rockler Build page for a collection of those videos.) We’ve got a couple more videos in today’s Weekly to close out those efforts.
Next week, we flip the calendar over to February. It will be a historic month for our sister company, Rockler Woodworking and Hardware, which was founded 65 years ago. To celebrate that anniversary, the company is sponsoring a contest in which customers can choose their favorite whimsical cover. You can enter just by clicking here, and you might win a $250 gift card if your entry is selected in a random drawing on February 28th. (If you win, maybe remember where you heard about this contest … just saying.)
So check them out and see what you think.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
Fastest Way to Drill Shelf Pin Holes in Cabinet Sides
Dovetailed Whiskey Cabinet
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You can easily cut perfect circles for your next woodworking project, using a router attached to a circle cutting jig.
This culinary set requires precise drilling and turning.