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July 2008

Issue Number: 184
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Fun and Fancy Yo-Yo Woodworking Plan

Are cutoffs of exotic wood collecting dust in your shop? Here's your chance to transform a few pieces into an eye-catching toy. The plan includes a source for a kit that includes a special mandrel that make turning one child's play.

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Mission End Table Woodworking Plan

Build this super simple yet stylish project using only five tools. This is part of our Basic Built series of plans. Follow the instructions to learn how to conceal mounting screws with decorative square plugs and how to safely machine the plus using your tablesaw. And, discover an easy way to glue up flat panels using just two clamps and a simple jig made from a 2x4.

Overall dimensions are 26" diameter x 26" high.

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Scrollsawn Safari Puzzle Woodworking Plan

We're not lion, kids will go ape over this 22"-long animal scene, straight out of the African savanna. The animals, mountains, and trees are each jigsaw puzzles, and the assembled pieces can be repositioned to create different scenes. Full-size patterns make cutting the parts simple.

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