Here you'll find the tips, tricks, and techniques for your woodworking shop from wood preparation to finished cabinetry with doors and drawers. You’ll also learn about joinery, measuring, and wood finishes.
After reading about the effects of moisture on wood movement, I’m reluctant to try tablesawn raised panels. Won’t the wedged edges of the panel spread the grooved stile to the breaking point?
Quilted maple and other figured woods gain depth as well as brilliant color when you choose this type of stain. Here's everything you need to know for success.
Learn how to make and install overlay cabinet doors and drawers, including choosing hardware and installing it.
Learn how to glue up a 4-way veneer pattern. This technique is highlighted in WOOD magazine's
How to avoid throwing away half-full containers of hardened, water-based putty.
You can easily extend the reach of F-style clamps by adding a pair of long wooden jaws.
Here’s a frugal alternative to commercial bags intended for protecting hand planes.
The recent installation of four heavy-duty steel shelving units added a lot of much-needed storage space to my workshop.
Like most woodworkers, when cutting slots for exposed corner splines, I typically use a tablesaw jig with a V-shape saddle to hold frames upright.