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How to Make Vintage Linoleum Countertops - Part 3

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This is the third and last post in a series about making linoleum counters and table tops. Let's talk about corners. I find corners, whether square or rounded, the most challenging part of making a linoleum topped counter or table. When you're working with metal edging, measurements have to be ultra-precise, and bending the material can be a challenge. Here are some tips. Square corners are sharp — never more […]The post How to Make Vintage Linoleum Countertops - Part 3 appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Meet Katerina Kiranos - Pachamama Workshop

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If you asked me five years ago what I thought I would end up doing with my time, woodworking would have been one of my last guesses. My story begins in a high-rise, towering over the neon-painted beaches of Miami, Florida. I was raised by a single mom, a strong-willed Spaniard with a business of her own who stubbornly managed to become her own handyman, and my brother, a talented […]The post Meet Katerina Kiranos - Pachamama Workshop appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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From Pinterest to Real Life - A Custom Necklace Stand

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I was recently asked to be Godfather to my youngest niece. This is quite the honor, especially in my Italian-American family. This notion has much less to do with religion and much more to do with influence in my family. You see, this pretty much gives me full license to spout off on a myriad of topics for the rest of my niece's life. She won't always be obligated to […]The post From Pinterest to Real Life - A Custom Necklace Stand appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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Dugout Chair Part 8, The Inner Bark

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Today I got smart and worked on this dugout chair before I took a shower - genius. Also, I found an easier way to remove the inner bark - with a chisel. Last night after dinner I went out to look at what one blog commenter has called about the ugliest thing in woodworking history and decided to see how easy it would be to chisel the inner bark away […]The post Dugout Chair Part 8, The Inner Bark appeared first on Popular Woodworking Magazine.

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