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Better tools don’t necessarily make woodworking easier. Sharp tools, however, do make all the difference in the world. Sharp is derived from a variety of methods – fancy to frugal. How you get your edge is largely dependent on your woodworking budget. Fear not. Sharp...
The newest course added to the line-up is “Slide-Lid Domino Box.” This course walks you step-by-step through a variety of joinery. You’ll discover detailed presentations on how to layout and cut dovetail pins (and the matching tails) in which you...
The newest course added to the line-up is “Chippendale Fretwork Looking Glass.” This course is walks you through building a two-piece frame (the base of which has half-lap joints at the corners), how to produce a stable backer of pine for the veneer work...
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If you are at all interested in handplanes and you are around or can get to Ron Herman’s shop this coming weekend (Woodworkingwithron.com), you owe it to yourself to do so. He plans to cover more than 150 planes in the Saturday session alone. Ron is conducting a...read more
Throughout years and years of making mortises for furniture, I’ve come to the realization that I’ve used primarily three different methods. Four, if you count making a mortise using a mortising chisel – did that just for the hell of it, though. Surely, one...read more
After talking about carved Queen Anne legs during my Weekend with Wood presentations, I’ve been fooling around with turned Queen Anne legs for a new 360Woodworking online course. To pull a foot out of your block of wood, you need to offset the base of your leg...read more