WOOD Magazine Staff
I recently started to order some disposable dust masks to use in my shop and was a bit overwhelmed by all the choices.
Living in a 1920s-vintage neighborhood in the city means garages are small, if they exist at all.
Bigger may often be better, but we’re in love with smaller routers, represented by the current plethora of nimble compact and trim routers, both corded and cordless.
Popularized by home-renovation TV shows, shiplap is enjoying a renaissance as a wall covering, but has always been a sound choice for door panels or backs for cabinets and bookcases.
Flat images spring to life using these techniques.
Not just for honey-do projects around the house, you’ll find these crossover tools valuable for woodworking as well.