The Woodshop Shed

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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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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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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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