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  • Part III: Practice Your Dovetails with a Tool Caddy
    Add a distressed finish to your tool caddy for the appearance of decades of use.
    by Ed_Pirnik - member |
    October 20, 2014
    Practice Your Dovetails with a Tool Caddy
    The dovetail joint seems so perplexing, so vexing for woodworkers just getting their feet wet.
    by Ed_Pirnik - member |
    October 9, 2014
    How to Make a Wooden Comb
    I've been meaning to build a wooden comb for quite some time now. Believe it or not, there are a variety of benefits to wooden combs over metal or plastic models.
    by Ed_Pirnik - member |
    June 23, 2014
    How to Build a Simple Corbel
    Used most often to support custom shelving or the undersides of overhanging countertops, corbels are most often purchased from retailers.
    by Ed_Pirnik - member |
    June 5, 2014
    Build a Wine Glass Rack, Part 2
    In part 1 of building a wine glass rack I covered making a shelf and glass supports. In Part 2 I’ll walk you through the final assembly.
    by Lisa Raleigh - member |
    April 17, 2014
    Build a Wine Glass Rack, Part 1
    by Lisa Raleigh - member |
    April 10, 2014
    Dovetailed Hardware Organizer - Part II
    In Part I of my series on building a hardware organizer using scrap wood, I focused on cutting the tricky dovetail joinery as well as cu
    by Ed_Pirnik - member |
    December 30, 2013
    Dovetailed Hardware Organizer - Part I
    Every woodworker I know has an abundant supply of scraps.
    by Ed_Pirnik - member |
    December 19, 2013
    Build a Simple Silverware Organizer: Part II
    In Part I of this two-part series on How to Build a Silverware Organizer for your kitchen drawers, I covered all the basic steps involved i
    by Ed_Pirnik - member |
    September 12, 2013
    Build a Simple Silverware Organizer
    If your silverware drawer looks anything like mine, chances are you’ve considered building your own organizer.
    by Ed_Pirnik - member |
    September 5, 2013
    Beautiful Butcher Block
    In Part I of my series on crafting a Traditional End Grain Up Butcher Block, I covered the intitial glue-up of the blank.
    by Ed_Pirnik - member |
    July 18, 2013
    Make Your Own Beading Tool
    A simple bead applied to the bottom of an apron is an easy way to add visual interest to a coffee table or other project.
    by StartWoodworking - member |
    June 18, 2013
    Part II: Simple Box with Half-Lap Joints
    In Part I of a Simple Box with Half-Lap Joints, we covered building the box using pegged joinery that's easy to cut and assemble.
    by StartWoodworking - member |
    June 6, 2013
    Simple Box with Half-Lap Joints
    UPDATE: When we originally published thist post, we accidentally omitted an entire section on pinning the box joinery with dowels.
    by StartWoodworking - member |
    May 30, 2013
    Build a Small Shelf with Drawer: Part 4
    The case is glued up and the back slats are milled and cut to size. Now’s the time to finish up this little piece. Start by making and fitting the drawer.
    by Tom - member |
    May 3, 2012
    Build a Small Shelf with Drawer: Part 3
    Now that all the case parts have been cut and fitted from part 2, it’s time to glue it all together and then start working on making an
    by Tom - member |
    April 26, 2012
    Build a Small Shelf with Drawer: Part 2
    In Part 1 of my series on building a small cabinet with a drawer, I showed you how to cut the dovetail joinery for the case.
    by Tom - member |
    April 19, 2012
    Build a Small Shelf with a Drawer: Part 1
    This little shelf is simple and doesn’t cost a whole lot in materials—the walnut and poplar (for the drawer box) came from my scrap pile, and the black-locust back slats came from my
    by Tom - member |
    April 11, 2012
    Epona Celtic Horse Knotwork - Intarsia Woodworking
    Epona Celtic Horse Knotwork – Intarsia Woodworking
    by ChrisMobley - member |
    March 5, 2013
    Horses - Intarsia Woodworking
    Horses – Intarsia Woodworking
    by ChrisMobley - member |
    February 25, 2013
    Western Cross - Intarsia Woodworking
    The makings of this western cross happened by complete accident, but what a great gift it made for my wife.
    by ChrisMobley - member |
    February 22, 2013
      Hello,
    by Saybre - member |
    May 3, 2012
    Hi folks, How many of you all use SketchUp? If you use it, how did you get started? If you don't, why not? Just curious... Thanks, Gina
    by curryleaf - member |
    April 9, 2012
    Can I substute 1/2" or 3/4" for the shelf. The plans call for 5/8" I do not have a planer and can not locate 5/8 at the lumber yard or home center
    by pk3y6ndp |
    August 14, 2011
    My Dad died just over 10 years ago.  Due to the nature of where the grave is located, we are not allowed to put up a permenant grave marker in stone but we have been given permission to put
    by NikonD80 |
    July 13, 2011
    I am makeing the night stands but have to adjust the high from 29 1/4 to 26" how do I adjust the shelf placement and start of the taper
    by pk3y6ndp |
    June 15, 2011
    Hi: What widely-available nominal-dimensioned lumber species would be my best bet for building a workbench?
    by Ron_C |
    May 12, 2011
    Great book of projects
    The trick when you are just starting out is to find projects you can handle, yet are nice enough to be worth building.
    by Asa Christiana - editor, fine woodworking magazine |
    April 21, 2011
    My name is James Reeves, l live in Trenton, Ontario, Canada l needd fellow woodworkers help in building a complete bedroom suite.  My son wants me to build him a king size bed, 2 ni
    April 14, 2011
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    by GEide - member |
    March 31, 2011
    One of our staff members just alerted me to a problem with our Q&A posting forms.
    by GEide - member |
    March 22, 2011
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