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September 2009

Issue Number: 192
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Limbert-style Arts & Crafts Table Woodworking Plan

Around the turn of the 20th century, Charles Limbert developed a distinctive furniture style that, while inherently Arts & Crafts, also used curves and decorative cutouts. This Limbert-inspired table features gentle curves on each edge and arched openings in the side panels provide access to the shelf.

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Wall Shelf and Towel Rack Woodworking Plan

Make this shelf to hold and display towels and accessories in the kitchen or bath. Using only simple tools, readily available supplies from your local home center, and the tips we provide, you'll have this project ready to hang in only a weekend.

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Slant-Sided Music Box Woodworking Plan

Mahogany and maple blend harmoniously in a box as beautiful as the music within. Besides the music movement the only other hardware you'll need is a pair of stop hinges that keep the lid propped upright while the music plays. The lucky owner of this beautiful box will enjoy a serenade every time she lifts the figured maple lid.

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Router Table and Organizer Woodworking Plan

When your router accessories have scattered around the shop like chips flung from a panel-raising bit, corral them in the drawers and cabinet of this virtually indestructible router table. You'll gain a rock-solid work surface with easy router access for adjusting and changing bits. Next, we had four of out editors add accessories to make the table even more versatile. And finally, we show you what we think are the best routers for table mounting.

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