In the time it takes to sit through a sitcom on TV, you can have some real fun creating sturdy, no-fuss doors.
Your shop tells the world you're a woodworker. Use it to make the rest of your home say the same thing.
You can make doors using just your tablesaw and a general-purpose blade to cut the joints.
A clean space and fast finishes defeat these nasty nuisances.
Learn how to divide a circle into 12 equal segments, such as for laying out the hour positions on a clock face, using only a compass.
Book-matched panels add visual interest and a mark of fine craftsmanship to a project. What is book-matching? We'll show you.
Sure, it's great to have a shop full of pro-quality tools, but you don't need them to craft the basic projects in WOOD® magazine.