WOOD's John Olson shows how to cut tile on a wet tile saw, to use for the Fire Table project in the March 2018 issue of WOOD (#252).
Here are six tips to nip dings, dips, and dark spots in the bud.
When cutting dovetails, I prefer to cut the pins first because I find them easier to transfer to the tail boards given the space between the pins.
3 ways to keep screws hidden away and under cover.
What separates a “nice” project from a “great” one can be simply several details better executed.
There's no need to take a back seat and leave upholstering of seat cushions to a pro. In just six simple steps and using materials readily available at fabric stores, you can quickly make comfortable, attractive cushions, and enjoy cost-savings to boot.