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The Complete Guide to Building the Blacker Mirror

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In the June 2018 Issue of Popular Woodworking, I wrote an article on building the Blacker Entry Mirror. While I was writing it, a funny thing happened. I got a little carried away. For those that know me, they understand that “going all the way” or “jumping into the deep end” isn't all that unusual for me. In fact, it's pretty much the norm for anything I do. So, when […]The post The Complete Guide to Building the Blacker Mirror appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Garden gate - Part 2

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When I first took on this blogging gig for Popular Woodworking I was concerned about coming up with enough ideas. Megan said, “just write about what you're working on,” aware that my work is quite diverse. A short while back, David Lyell encouraged me to broaden my scope from techniques to occasional writing about design and other stuff. So I haven't lacked for subject matter. What I do lack, though, […]The post Garden gate - Part 2 appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Woodworking Overseas is a Rocky Road

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This week I'm headed to Germany to teach a couple classes at Dictum in Bavaria. I don't teach much anymore, but I make a grand exception for Dictum for several reasons. The biggest reason? The woodworkers overseas are much more hardcore than those in North America. Amateur woodworkers in the European Union (EU) have an uphill battle for the following reasons (and many more): Wood is much more difficult to […]The post Woodworking Overseas is a Rocky Road appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Building the 4-Hour Outdoor Morris Chair

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Morris Chair Folding BackHere's an outdoor chair that you can build in a weekend, or if you are willing to take David Thiel's word for it, in four hours! It's made of pine and common materials, stuff you can get at the big box store. For this outdoor Morris Chair, David Thiel used paint to fend off the elements. The back can be adjusted by moving the bar along the holes on the […]The post Building the 4-Hour Outdoor Morris Chair appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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The Best Hardware is Cheaper than You Think

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The hardware you use can make or break your project. Crappy hinges, lightweight pulls or cheesy locks have no place on a piece that you slaved over. While there are still some great hardware companies out there that sell new hardware (Horton Brasses, Ball & Ball and Whitechapel Ltd. to name a few), their range is obviously limited. That's why you should never forget eBay.com as a source for hardware. […]The post The Best Hardware is Cheaper than You Think appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Folding Bookstand - Reader Build: Patrick Brennan

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Bookstand completed stand unfoldedIt's not every day that I get excited about a bookstand, but there was something uniquely enticing about Chris Schwarz's folding bookstand build in the June 2018 issue of Popular Woodworking. In true campaign furniture style, the “transformer-like” bookstand is constructed cleverly with copper rivets that double as both the joinery and pivot points. When the issue came, I put aside my current project and started cutting out the pieces […]The post Folding Bookstand - Reader Build: Patrick Brennan appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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How to Make a Maloof Joint

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The Classic Maloof Joint and Hal Taylor's Modification Sam Maloof is a midcentury craftsman most famously known for his sculptural chairs. This is evident in the rounded corners, molded seats, and curved arms and backrests. His joinery also embodied this sculptural motif. I recently took a trip to Iowa to build a Maloof inspired sculpted rocker with my mentor, Tim Fuller. While I implemented some design and joinery modifications, the […]The post How to Make a Maloof Joint appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Every Woodshop Needs a Machinist's Vise

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A medium size machinist's vise can be quite a handy tool in every shop and at every hobbyist/handyperson's garage or studio. On top of helping us secure hardware and other small metal objects when drilling, sawing and filing, this vise can be very instrumental in providing assistance for shaping wooden objects. In my classroom, students use machinist's vises (aka Bench vise) to clamp small wooden knives, carved animals and other […]The post Every Woodshop Needs a Machinist's Vise appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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More Woodworking Video Than You Can Watch In a Week

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And we're going to give you the chance to try! Most PopWood fans know we offer full-length videos for sale as downloads, but have you discovered our streaming video site? With almost 900 woodworking videos available, you can binge woodworking just like Netflix! And starting this MemorialDay weekend we're going to give you a one-week free trial to get a taste of the woodworking video firehose! All your favorites are […]The post More Woodworking Video Than You Can Watch In a Week appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Free Shipping on Everything at Shop Woodworking

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English Arts & Crafts Furniture Projects & Techniques for the Modern MakerNow through May 29, you can get free standard shipping on any order over at Shop Woodworking. That includes everything - books, DVDs, magazines and other accessories. Are you as excited about Nancy Hiller's gorgeous book on English Arts & Crafts as I am? It's the perfect time to order your copy! Or maybe you don't have Chris Schwarz's quintessential text on workbenches yet. It's what I always recommend anyone […]The post Free Shipping on Everything at Shop Woodworking appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Woodworking DVD Clearance Sale and Half-Price Videos

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If you've thought about getting any of our great woodworking videos on DVD, now is the time. We've put almost every DVD in our store on sale, up to 75% off. You can get full seasons of The Woodwright's Shop, great project builds including this Puzzle Stooland one of my favorite videos, Foundations of Better Woodworking with Jeffrey Miller. I watch this one front to back at least once a […]The post Woodworking DVD Clearance Sale and Half-Price Videos appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Methylene Chloride Proposed Ban: Misguided Policy

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Am I the only person who thinks the EPA's proposed ban on methylene chloride in paint strippers is a big and unnecessary overstep by government? Ever since the EPA announced on May 10, 2018, that it plans to go ahead with plans to finalize a ruling doing this, I've seen a lot of reporting, but nowhere have I seen any objection to this ban. I wrote about this issue in […]The post Methylene Chloride Proposed Ban: Misguided Policy appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Maker Faire Bay Area 2018

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What's a geeky woodworker to do? I just happened to plan and precisely time a family visit to San Francisco during the major event for the truly obsessive creatives among us: The Bay Area Maker Faire. The Faire is a large public event and the creation of Make Magazine. The annual Bay Area show takes place in San Mateo, California for three days in May. What is it? Maker Faire […]The post Maker Faire Bay Area 2018 appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Garden Gate Build - Part 1

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Thanks to a wonderful chain of events, my dear former home has a new lease on life: One of my best friends recently bought it. I'm going to build her a garden gate as a housewarming gift. The garden still has a gate - the one I built about 20 years ago. But as you can see in the picture above, all of the slats are now missing. Presumably, they […]The post Garden Gate Build - Part 1 appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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My New Role as Senior Editor and My Take on a Shaker Settee

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I have a bit of news to share with you this morning. I am taking on new responsibility as the new Senior Editor of Popular Woodworking! For the last year, I've served as the Online Content Director where I've thoroughlyenjoyed bringing you amazing content on the Shop Blog, YouTube, Facebook, Pinterest (and so on…). And to be honest, I'm not leaving that behind as my focus turns to the print […]The post My New Role as Senior Editor and My Take on a Shaker Settee appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Why We Should Talk About Pinterest

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Hello Pop Wood readers! My name is Rachel Fountain, I do a lot of the behind-the-scenes, analytical stuff here at Pop Wood (stuff involving an ungodly amount of spreadsheets – I'll spare you the details). One of the biggest parts of my job is helping out with our social media accounts, or being a professional millennial as I like to call it. Lately, we've noticed a bizarre trend in our […]The post Why We Should Talk About Pinterest appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Medieval Method Can Improve a Modern Design

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I recently finished building an Enzo Mari table from the 1970s as part of an article for Popular Woodworking Magazine, and I have only one worry about the project. It looks great. It feels stout. But I'm worried that the joinery might not last forever. The joinery? Lots of properly installed wood screws, with diagonal bracing to reduce or eliminate racking. But screws can come loose and might allow the […]The post Medieval Method Can Improve a Modern Design appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Garden Projects: Vine Trellis

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by Tim Johnson Make any climbing plant happy with this 6 tall, free-standing trellis. We used dadoes, glue and screws to fasten the slats because trellises take a beating each year when you tear off the old vines. We built our trellis from cypress, one of the longest-lasting outdoor woods. Ours was recycled from old water tanks and cost about $175. White oak, at $60, would also be a good […]The post Garden Projects: Vine Trellis appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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I Can Do That: Routers Beyond Roundovers

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Episode 3 of I Can Do That - Season 4 features one of my favorite tools in the shop - the router. While routers are great for adding round-overs and decorative edges to pieces of wood, that's just the tip of the iceberg. It took me a couple years of woodworking before I really started to get comfortable with handheld routing (using a router without a router table), but two […]The post I Can Do That: Routers Beyond Roundovers appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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DIY Folding Mobile Workbench Modifications

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Editor's note: I sawElisha's version of the American Woodworker DIY Folding Workbench on Instagram and asked her to share her modifications on the PopWood blog. She also made an outstanding video of the build, check it out!https://youtu.be/jUNZVaGAE3E Find PneumaticAddict, Elisha's digital brand, on Instagram, YouTube and Website. I'm lucky enough to have a two-car garage, but between the bicycles, yard tools and camping gear, I don't have nearly as much […]The post DIY Folding Mobile Workbench Modifications appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Don't Sand - Burn off your Machine Marks Instead

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Shou sugi ban - the Japanese finishing process that chars the outside of wood - is an ideal surface finish for some furniture pieces. One of the unsung advantages of burning the wood is that you can reduce (or even eliminate) sanding or planing your boards before finishing them. There are limits to this, of course. If your jointer, thickness planer or saw leaves deep marks, this won't work. But […]The post Don't Sand - Burn off your Machine Marks Instead appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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34 Days for Dad 2018! Enter Every Single Day!

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Every year we celebrate father's day with a daily giveaway. This year we have 34 chances for you to win something awesome for dad (or mom, or whomever appreciates woodworking supplies in your household!) You can enter every day over athttps://www.popularwoodworking.com/34days.The post 34 Days for Dad 2018! Enter Every Single Day! appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Danish Teak Furniture: How to Care for It

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You may be aware that I have a connection with Denmark. My wife is Danish, and we lived there for two years in the mid-1970s. So I guess that makes me the go-to expert on all furniture Danish. One question that comes up often is how to care for Danish teak furniture. Typically, the questioner had bought a bottle of teak oil from the Danish store that sold them the […]The post Danish Teak Furniture: How to Care for It appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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New Documentary About Wharton Esherick

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A few weeks ago was invited by my friend Daniella Ohad to attended a fascinating event at the New York School of Interior Design. It was a screening, followed by a panel discussion, of a recently completed documentary about one of the most important sculptors-woodworkers of the 20th century. The documentary: I am known as an artist, Wharton Esherick was created by Carolyn Coal, and tells the story of the […]The post New Documentary About Wharton Esherick appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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How to Make Inlaid Bees

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A few years ago I had a commission to design and build a large coffee table for a client in Chicago. I inlaid scatterings of bees on the panels at the sides and back to add some joyful sweetness to the otherwise-serious design. A recent Instagram post showing the bees on one of the panels brought a lot of interest, so here's the step-by-step technique I use for this type […]The post How to Make Inlaid Bees appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Garden Projects: How to Make a Nine-Pot Plant Stand

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by Tim Johnson This easy-to-make project is sure to thrill the garden lovers in your life! This sturdy little stand is perfect for your deck or patio. It's got room for your favorite plants and it doesn't take up a lot of space. When the weather gets cold, you can easily bring it, and a bit of summertime, indoors. There's no complicated joinery, just glue and screws. The legs simply […]The post Garden Projects: How to Make a Nine-Pot Plant Stand appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Amazon Price Flux - Yost M9WW 9 Rapid Action Woodworking Vise

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Back in December of 2017, I was tipped off by Tim Celeski that I could pick up a Yost woodworking vise for a good deal on Amazon. So, I pulled the trigger and picked up the Yost M9ww 9″ rapid action woodworking vice for a whopping $64. At the time I knew this was a good deal, but I wasn't aware of just how much the price fluctuated. It wasn't […]The post Amazon Price Flux - Yost M9WW 9″ Rapid Action Woodworking Vise appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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An Enzo Mari Table - and a Puzzle

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Mari is right, everyone should have a project: after all it is the best way to avoid being designed yourself. G.C. Argan, L'Espresso, 1974 In 1974, Italian designer Enzo Mari published a series of furniture designs that were free to the public. People were encouraged to use his drawings to produce tables, chairs, beds and bookshelves. What's more, Mari designed the pieces so they could be made from standardized […]The post An Enzo Mari Table - and a Puzzle appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Mitered Mortise & Tenon - June 2018

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Bevel planing. After the mortise is chopped and the groove is plowed, bevel the edge of the parts. Check the fi t as you go, and make small adjustments.A mitered mortise and tenon joint brings an English charm to a New England-style chest. by Peter Follansbee For me, the timing of writing for a magazine is hard to wrap my head around. The season that I write in is never the season my stuff gets read. As I write this column, it is late November in New England, and the column is for the April issue of the […]The post Mitered Mortise & Tenon - June 2018 appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Mosquito Paralyzing Paint: It Would be Great If It Works

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Those who follow this blog know that I'm pretty taken with the advances being made in paints and coatings. We might not be seeing these advances in the paint we buy at the home center yet, but it's fun to anticipate what's coming. So the latest I've seen is a paint that disables the nervous system in mosquitoes, which prevents them from flying or biting. The paint has been developed […]The post Mosquito Paralyzing Paint: It Would be Great If It Works appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Kansas City Woodworkers' Guild

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In April I taught a weeklong class at the Kansas City Woodworkers' Guild. Everything I'd read and heard about the organization had left me with high expectations. As it turned out, my high expectations weren't high enough. Sure, I'd heard about the 10,000 square foot shop and was dimly cognizant that the place had existed for a long time, though I didn't yet know just how long. That in itself […]The post Kansas City Woodworkers' Guild appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Garden Projects: Patio Planter

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by Tim Johnson If you can build a box, you can build this planter. It's much sturdier than most commercial versions, so it should last for many years. It's also the perfect opportunity for you to try your hand at shingling. The opening accommodates a 30 drop-in plastic window-box planter. They're available at any garden store in several lengths. You could easily alter the design to fit a different-size box, […]The post Garden Projects: Patio Planter appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Mustafa Gk's Resin and Wood Ensemble

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These days, as spring has finally decided to knock on our doorstep, and flowers of all colors and shapes are spectacularly commencing to bloom en masse, I, for the first time, was able to see the emerging graphic layout of my book. After months of dealing with words, illustrating individual drawings, photographing, and collecting pictures from near and far, I am able to see how the composition named: Working Reclaimed […]The post Mustafa Gk's Resin and Wood Ensemble appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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John Brown for the 16th Time

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Every time I read John Brown's book Welsh Stick Chairs, I latch onto something different. When I read the book for the first time in the mid-1990s, I became obsessed with the Welsh stick chair's form (and I remain so to this day). After a few more readings, I became obsessed with the history of Windsor chairs and wondered if JB was right that the origin of American and Welsh […]The post John Brown for the 16th Time appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Table Saw Basics - I Can Do That

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Hey! In our last episode of I Can Do That, we introduced the table saw. This time, we're covering three table saw basics that will take your woodworking to the next level. Subscribe to get notifications of new videos! http://bit.ly/2JMeK0W We start by angling the blade. By angling the blade, you'll be able to make bevels and chamfers that add a lot of dimension to your projects - I show […]The post Table Saw Basics - I Can Do That appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Objections to David Charlesworth's 'Ruler Trick'

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The first time I used David Charlesworth's ruler trick on the backside of a plane iron it took an act of sheer will to do it. I had watched David's groundbreaking 2004 video with Lie-Nielsen Toolworks Hand Tool Techniques Part 1: Plane Sharpening and had thought about the ruler trick for a few weeks before I could muster the courage to try it myself. I couldn't come up with any […]The post Objections to David Charlesworth's 'Ruler Trick' appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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DIY Workbench Plans - Box Beam Bench

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This workbench design is a simple and inexpensive DIY project that anyone can complete in their garage workshop. We are making the workbench plans available for download, check the link at the bottom of the post! The top of this DIY Workbench is made from three layers of MDF. Some might not like the idea of MDF for a workbench surface, but there are a lot of reasons it makes […]The post DIY Workbench Plans - Box Beam Bench appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Size is Relative: a Visit to Bill Robertson's Shop

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Bill Robertson builds miniatures, from tables, chairs, cake stands, and stoves to complete houses, as well as the tools with which to build these things, most often to 1/12 scale. All are meticulously researched and exquisitely crafted with fully functioning mechanical parts. Let that sink in a moment while pondering the toolbox below, with Robertson's fingers and a pencil tip for scale. Given how little space Robertson's creations require, you […]The post Size is Relative: a Visit to Bill Robertson's Shop appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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The Joy of Woodworking - Out On a Limb

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By Andrew Zoellner, Editor Popular Woodworking, June 2018 Page 8 Earlier this year, I took the reins of Popular Woodworking. To be perfectly honest, it's been a little nuts. How did I get here? The short story is that I've been a writer and editor in the DIY/woodworking/craft magazine world for the last decade. When the opportunity arose to help shape the future of a publication I've long admired, I […]The post The Joy of Woodworking - Out On a Limb appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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