The Woodshop Shed

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A Video Guide to Measuring Tools in the Workshop

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Over the last few weeks, I've made several posts about measuring tools in the series Precision Instruments for Woodworkers. The purpose of the series is to introduce the idea of precision through establish standards for your measuring tools and to test all your measuring tools. It's a simple theory: If you start with a few quality tools and make sure the other measuring tools you've chosen are tested or calibrated []

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Apple Home Pod and White Rings on Wood Tables.

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You may be familiar with the problem Apple is having with their newly released Home Pods and the white rings they sometimes leave on wood surfaces. Apple explains that they come from the vibration-damping silicone attached to the bottom of the Home Pods. The marks can be caused by oils diffusing between the silicone base and the table surface. Apple says the marks can be removed by wiping the wood […]The post Apple Home Pod and White Rings on Wood Tables. appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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21st-century Gothic: Book giveaway!

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Blame it on the martini I had the night before. Or maybe on the dribble of eleventh-hour requests for illustration proofing related to my forthcoming book on English Arts & Crafts furniture. Whatever the reason, while I was sanding the 2″-thick edges of a current commission one day last week, trying to decide how much of the torn grain my client might want me to leave, it occurred to me […]The post 21st-century Gothic: Book giveaway! appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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How to Tap Wood for a Bolt

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Recently I needed to install two thumb screws into a makeshift fence that was intended for my petite table saw. By threading a hole in the wooden fence I was able to provide my hardware of choice (thumb screws) sufficient purchase to attach the new fence to the one supplied by the manufacturer. This method also allowed me to loosen and tighten the fence as needed, and even dismantle it […]The post How to Tap Wood for a Bolt appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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PopWood Playback #8 | Top Woodworking Videos of the Week

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First, I'd like to say, I didn't mean to pick all walnut build videos this week. It just sort of happened and we didn't notice it until we were inpost-production. Perhaps I have a pent-upwalnut design that's leaking out of the subconscious- I don't know. Either way, I hope you enjoy this small collection of the best woodworking videos of the week on YouTube! The Top Woodworking Videos of the […]The post PopWood Playback #8 | Top Woodworking Videos of the Week appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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News: It is Time to Buy Hardware

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After the death of Nancy Cogger of Londonderry Brasses, Horton Brasses acquired the company's stock and is selling many existing pieces at 50 percent off. Orion Henderson estimated there are more than 23,000 pieces of Londonderry hardware now for sale on the Horton site. If this is all the information you need, get your credit card out and load up. Here's the link. I swooped in and bought about 50 […]The post News: It is Time to Buy Hardware appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Episode 2: Live To Sk8, Sk8 To Live

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Skateboarding is a childhood obsession of a few members of the PW team. In this episode of Afterlife of Trees, we talk to a Cincinnati-based custom longboard builders, Jeff Risinger and Val Woodham, whose stunning skateboards are also works of art. We then speak to Martinus Pool of Adrian Martinus Custom Woodworking - artists who create furniture and new objects from old skateboards.   The Afterlife of Trees is Popular […]The post Episode 2: Live To Sk8, Sk8 To Live appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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How to Tap Wood for a Bolt

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Recently I needed to install two thumb screws into a makeshift fence that was intended for my petite table saw. By threading a hole in the wooden fence I was able to provide my hardware of choice (thumb screws) sufficient purchase to attach the new fence to the one supplied by the manufacturer. This method also allowed me to loosen and tighten the fence as needed, and even dismantle it […]The post How to Tap Wood for a Bolt appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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How to Rivet Furniture Parts Together

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I built a folding bookstand (above) for an upcoming issue of Popular Woodworking Magazine that uses traditional copper rivets to join the components and allow them to pivot. After posting a few photos of the bookstand, a lot of people were curious about how to use copper rivets. So here is a quick tutorial - full details and measured drawings will be in the June 2018 issue of the magazine. […]The post How to Rivet Furniture Parts Together appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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How to Follow WorkbenchCon 2018 - A Conference for Makers and Influencers

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WorkbenchCon, A brand new maker conference, kicks off tomorrow and runs through Saturday in Atlanta, Georgia. It represents a departure from the woodworking show model of vendors and manufacturerssetting up booths and focuses on influence, branding, and networking. Tickets are $399 and will not be available at the door. They describe theconference on their website: Our mission is to relate to the influencer, DIYer and business person in YOU…HOW? Our […]The post How to Follow WorkbenchCon 2018 - A Conference for Makers and Influencers appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Finish Thickness Determines Water Resistance More Than Type of Finish

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I've written this many times and said it many more. The film thickness of a finish is much more important for preventing water getting through to the wood than the type of finish. For example, polyurethane is more water resistant than shellac. But three coats of shellac is much more water resistant than one coat of wipe-on polyurethane. It makes sense if you think about it. Likewise, an oil finish, […]The post Finish Thickness Determines Water Resistance More Than Type of Finish appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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How to Maintain a Workbench Top - Shawn Graham

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Check for flatness with winding sticks. Determine areas that need to be planed down. Plane the surface with a jack plane. Use a toothed plane blade to add roughness to the top. Go over the surface with 36 grit sandpaper on a random orbit sander. Shawn Graham of Worth Effort Woodworking, shared a video on YouTube detailing his approach to flattening and preparing a workbench top. I know that many […]The post How to Maintain a Workbench Top - Shawn Graham appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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How to Create Precise Joints in Reclaimed Lumber

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A board with a straight, flat face with one square edge is widely considered a fundamental requirement for precision work such as joinery. Given this basic condition, all good things are possible (at least, in principle): accurate measurements, square shoulders, straight tenons. But a current dining table commission challenged how I think about this set of conditions and forced me to come up with an alternative that would facilitate solid […]The post How to Create Precise Joints in Reclaimed Lumber appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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How to Flatten Large Boards in a Planer

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I grew up working in my dad's custom woodworking shop standing in a pile of shavings on the outfeed side of a 24″ planer. Oh sure, we had dust collection, but we (me) frequently got too lazy to go empty the ten-foot-cubed collector into fifty-five gallon drums and drag them to the dumpster. So frequently I stood in a pile of shavings. Ah, the luxury of the good old days! […]The post How to Flatten Large Boards in a Planer appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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PopWood Playback #7 | Top Woodworking Videos of the Week

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PopWood Playback is a series we started on YouTube at the beginning of the year where we share the best woodworking videos of the week. If you have a video that you made or a video that you are in to, leave a link in the comment section and we'll consider it for next week! Congrats to the winner of the Bora Roller Stands - Douglas D. ofEvansville, MN! Top […]The post PopWood Playback #7 | Top Woodworking Videos of the Week appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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How to Flatten Large Boards in a Planer

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I grew up working in my dad's custom woodworking shop standing in a pile of shavings on the outfeed side of a 24″ planer. Oh sure, we had dust collection, but we (me) frequently got too lazy to go empty the ten-foot-cubed collector into fifty-five gallon drums and drag them to the dumpster. So frequently I stood in a pile of shavings. Ah, the luxury of the good old days! […]The post How to Flatten Large Boards in a Planer appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Woodworking for the Impatient - How to Make a Windsor Rocking Chair and More

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I've always had an appreciation for green woodworking. Not that I've done as much of it as I would like, but the idea of being able to walk into a forest, harvest some wood, then walk back into the shop and go to work … well, it's getting in touch with our pre-industrial DNA. Oh, and it feels pretty good not to pay lumber yard prices for air-dried birch! Green […]The post Woodworking for the Impatient - How to Make a Windsor Rocking Chair and More appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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When the Machine's Guard Becomes Dangerous

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Machine guards are supposed to protect us from harm, but there are times when they can turn against you. The worst injury I've ever received from a machine was cutting my hands on the anti-kickback pawls while installing my table saw's guard. Yesterday I ran into trouble on my jointer with disastrous results. The collar that controls the height of the guard vibrated loose. The tip of the guard contacted […]The post When the Machine's Guard Becomes Dangerous appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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How to Remove and Fix White Rings from the Apple HomePod

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Editor's note: This article was excerpted from Bob Flexner's article “How to Remove Watermarks“ Photo: Jon Chase (The Wirecutter) Light marks are milky-white and are caused by moisture getting into the finish and creating voids that interfere with the finish's transparency. To remove milky-white watermarks, you need either to consolidate the finish (eliminate the voids) to the point that the transparency is reestablished or cut the film back to below […]The post How to Remove and Fix White Rings from the Apple HomePod appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Precision Instruments for Woodworkers - Part Three: Tools for Precision

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In part one we introduced tools for standardization. These are the measuring tools that you also use to verify and quality your other tools. Every woodworker should have a high-quality combination square at the very least. In part two, I covered basic measuring tools: rules, tapes,and squares. Certainly, these are the tools that get the biggest work out in woodworkers' shops. And, now it's time to dial it up a […]The post Precision Instruments for Woodworkers - Part Three: Tools for Precision appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Knife Makers and Enthusiasts - An Event for You!

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Editor's note: Blade Magazine is published by F+W Media, our parent company and my cubical is next to the organizer of Blade Show. I thought our west coast readers would be interested in hearing about this event! If knives aren't your thing, disregard! – David Lyell Join Us Oct. 5-7 in Portland, Oregon BLADE, the world's No. 1 knife media brand, announces the all-newBLADE Show Westin Portland, Oregonthe Knifemaking Capital […]The post Knife Makers and Enthusiasts - An Event for You! appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Methylated Spirits: Is it the Best Solvent for Shellac?

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A woodworker friend called wanting to know where he could buy some methylated spirits. He had just read in a book that it was the best solvent to use with shellac. So I asked him if the book he was referring to was from England, to which he answered that it was. This term has caused much confusion in the U.S. It's often misinterpreted here as methanol (methyl alcohol) because […]The post Methylated Spirits: Is it the Best Solvent for Shellac? appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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New Features on the Powermatic 3520C Lathe - Movable Digital Control, Integrated Riser Feet and More Mass

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I recently received a press release that Powermatic brought a new version of their popular 3520 lathe to market. The new version, “C”, is the4th generation of the 3520 lathe family. The new features really grabbed myeye, so I gave the product manager for this new lathe, Michael D'Onofri, a call to hear first hand about them. The movable control box allows the user to place the most important controls […]The post New Features on the Powermatic 3520C Lathe - Movable Digital Control, Integrated Riser Feet and More Mass appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Scribing, Part Two: Making Cabinets Fit Seamlessly into Irregular Surroundings

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  Rooms are virtually never square, level, or plumb. Ceilings tend to sag toward the middle of their rooms; floors usually do the same. Plaster walls are rarely flat; drywall builds up at interior and exterior corners. You get the picture. Designing built-ins is an art that takes contextual imperfections into account and makes dealing with them as easy as possible. A common way of handling these points of intersection […]The post Scribing, Part Two: Making Cabinets Fit Seamlessly into Irregular Surroundings appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Make Your Own 'Drawing Bow'

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If you design furniture or work a lot with curved parts, it's difficult to function without a drawing bow. This simple jig - a stick and a string - allows you to lay out precise and large curves with only two hands. Before I could afford a commercial one (Lee Valley Tools makes an excellent one that I recommended in my 2017 Anarchist's Gift Guide), I made my own. While […]The post Make Your Own 'Drawing Bow' appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Tricks of the Trade: Testing the Finger-Guided Ruler

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When you don't need an absolutely accurate line drawn on a piece (say for a shooting/nailing line or layout line) all you need is a wooden folding ruler, a pencil and your two hands. Lay the rule on your piece the proper distance in, then hold the rule in your left hand with your index finger against the edge of the piece. With your pencil against the tip of the […]The post Tricks of the Trade: Testing the Finger-Guided Ruler appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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PopWood Playback #6 | Top Woodworking Videos of the Week

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Congrats to Ramsey L. from Grand Rapids! They won the set of Kreg in-line clamps and bench clamps from our last giveaway! 🎥 Modern Builds - https://youtu.be/gM3oCXcyxoA 🎥 wortheffort - https://youtu.be/VGQOKcZe9TM 🎥 RIDGID Tools - https://youtu.be/mKFj2SD1WLU 🎥 Wood and Shop - https://youtu.be/CMN8tJP0HGQ 🎥 Matthew Cremona - https://youtu.be/9IPkqEPuKpw 🎥 April Wilkerson - https://youtu.be/EGNuhyfyF6k Enter this week's giveaway, two BORA roller stands! Popwood Playback – Bora Rolling Stand! More viewer submitted […]The post PopWood Playback #6 | Top Woodworking Videos of the Week appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Tricks of the Trade: Testing the Finger-Guided Ruler

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When you don't need an absolutely accurate line drawn on a piece (say for a shooting/nailing line or layout line) all you need is a wooden folding ruler, a pencil and your two hands. Lay the rule on your piece the proper distance in, then hold the rule in your left hand with your index finger against the edge of the piece. With your pencil against the tip of the […]The post Tricks of the Trade: Testing the Finger-Guided Ruler appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Precision Instruments for Woodworkers Part Two: Rules and Tapes

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Tapes and Rulers Early on, I remember reading somewhere that you should never rely on measuring tapes in a woodworking shop. Only use your rulers, never tapes. Though I understand the conclusion suggested because tapes are heavily used and vulnerable, I thought it seemed an odd idea. In practice, I neither agree with nor follow that rule. BecauseI make furniture where many part dimensions are longer than most rules, […]The post Precision Instruments for Woodworkers Part Two: Rules and Tapes appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Handplane Basics

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Woodworkers tend to have very strong feelings about the different ways of doing things - and handplanes is one of those subjects where opinions can vary wildly and discussions can even get pretty heated. There are three main arguments about handplanes: bevel orientation, number of planes to use and body type. Bevel orientation refers to the way the iron sits in the plane. Shown above are a low angle bevel-up […]The post Handplane Basics appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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How to Set Bent Teeth on a Japanese Style Saw

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I really like Japanese style saws and I especially appreciate their contribution in the classroom. First, thanks to their ingenious tooth geometry, and the fact that they are so thin compared to their Western counterparts, they are easy to use and require little effort when pulling through a cut. Secondly, their teeth are hardened to a higher degree than their Western brethren's which makes them usable for an exceptionally longer […]The post How to Set Bent Teeth on a Japanese Style Saw appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Is There Pigment or Dye in Minwax Stains? Does it Matter?

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A woodworker friend asked me what type colorants, pigment or dye, were used in Minwax stains. He had called Minwax and was told that they use only pigment, but this didn't match with my friend's experience. I found it not surprising at all that the Minwax tech didn't understand his company's products. It's easy to tell the colorant used in a stain. Let the stain sit on a shelf for […]The post Is There Pigment or Dye in Minwax Stains? Does it Matter? appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Designing with Butts - Rediscover the Architectural Butt Hinge

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butt hingesThe simple butt hinge is ubiquitous. Even if the doors of your kitchen cabinets hang on concealed European hardware and you swear by Brusso knife hinges for every piece of furniture you make, there's a good chance that the architectural doors throughout your house, as well as most of the buildings you visit each day, are hung on butts. Architectural, or full-size, butt hinges are the beefier counterparts of their […]The post Designing with Butts - Rediscover the Architectural Butt Hinge appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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PopWood Playback #5 | Top Woodworking Videos of the Week

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Episode #5 is live on Youtube! We're really enjoying all the submissions and support from everyone - we have five great videos to share with you this week. Look out for more PopWood Playback episodes every Saturday morning on our Youtube channel. David will be returning next week, so in the meantime check out our picks this week: 🎥 Young Je - https://youtu.be/b_F8-atFOcQ 🎥 SE Woodwork - https://youtu.be/rxK-YFcCJco 🎥 Modern […]The post PopWood Playback #5 | Top Woodworking Videos of the Week appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Handplane Maintenance (That Most People Forget)

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Metal-bodied planes require so little maintenance (aside from sharpening) that it's easy to forget that they do need some love every year to work smoothly. Recently I borrowed a friend's smoothing plane to demonstrate a cut and was struck by how easily her iron adjusted. It was like silk. I thought my plane was in good shape, but I was way off the mark. So as soon as I delivered […]The post Handplane Maintenance (That Most People Forget) appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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The Strength of a Chair Comes from Imperfection

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If you've ever used a hand-cut rasp or a hand-filed saw you know how their tiny imperfections from handwork make the tool cut smoother. When it comes to making chairs, the small handmade imperfections are what give it its strength. If you build a lot of casework, I am sure you are grunting in displeasure. Accuracy makes all your pieces go together easily and tightly, right? Well in chairmaking, that […]The post The Strength of a Chair Comes from Imperfection appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Woodworking Workshop for Parents and Fall Fair 2017 - Part 2: How to Build a Gnome house

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When our School's Fall fair is over, we have the opportunity to pick up some of the leftover forest decor materials and store them for future use in our Manhattan-based woodshop. One find from past years' Fall Fair was a hollow branch of about 8 inches in diameter. A week after the Fair ended, a volunteer parent mentioned to me that she wanted to build a Gnome house for her […]The post Woodworking Workshop for Parents and Fall Fair 2017 - Part 2: How to Build a Gnome house appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Stacking Tool Caddy - Adapt a Project to Make it Yours!

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Once in a while I come across a Popular Woodworking inspired project on Reddit. It's really interesting to see how people use the pages of our magazine to bring an idea to life. The user, bityard, came across Chad Stanton's build article, Stacking Tool Caddy, from the December 2017 issue, while at his parent's house. It sparked an idea for storing his rachets and sockets. The stacking caddy is an […]The post Stacking Tool Caddy - Adapt a Project to Make it Yours! appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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