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Make a Stand

I’ve maintained for years, if you want to up your game in the shop you need to learn how to turn and carve. With a statement like that some have accused me of being singly focused on period furniture. In fact, a few have gotten downright nasty. Called me a...

Glazing Lites

Woodworkers build projects every day that require the installation of lites, divided or single-pane. Some then travel to hardware stores to have pieces cut to fit. And while you may take exacting measurements, the store clerk probably isn’t going to adhere to...

Stickley’s Revolving Book Rack

One of the greatest tools we woodworkers have at our disposal today is the Internet. Not because you can find scads of woodworking videos to teach you techniques, or because you can find the answer to almost any woodworking question. Besides, who knows if the person...

Time for Line & Berry Fun

Later this week, the plan is to release a new Line-and-Berry project for members of 360 WoodWorking. I say plan because this project has taken a bit more time than I imagined. Plus, we have a class coming in to build the Esherick Library Steps. Lots going on. About...

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Cleaning Out Mortises

Ages ago, I posted a blog on mortising tips, but I failed to mention the absolutely best technique for cleaning out mortises. (Check here to find out how to overcome improper bit and chisel setup that can build twist into your doors.) The process is dirt simple, of...

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It Just Catches My Eye

“It just catches my eye.” That’s what I say to my wife when I stop the television show and back track to take a closer look at something. In some cases, it’s a piece of furniture. I blame Mel Gibson. In the movie “The Patriot,” you...

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