Fine Woodworking
Fine Woodworking
Fine Woodworking

Fine Woodworking

Thaddeus Stevens College of TechnologyThaddeus Stevens College of Technology

The Premier Craft, Trade, and Artisan School in Boston, Ma - North Bennet Street School

Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking - Based on the idea of “learning by doing”, we provide a wide range of hands-on woodworking classes for men and women of all skill levels.

Here's a great new book: Sam Maloof: 36 Views of a Master Woodworker

The Furniture Making Program at FIM is dedicated to excellence in the art of classical woodworking techniques. Functional contemporary furniture desig...

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Another cool piece by Lael Gordon Apitong reclaimed from a ship’s deck and white oak

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Cedar Garden Bench Quick-to-make, casual seating designed to beat back the elements. p. 72, FWW 254

Make Your Own Scratch Stocks. These tiny tools will have a big impact on your furniture. p. 67, FWW 254

Super Glue to the Rescue. From repairs to assembly to finishing, how to get the most from this versatile shop helper. p. 60, FWW 254

Add Muscle To Your Miters. Shopmade L-shaped tenons create a powerful joint. p.52, FWW 254

Custom-made sanding drums let you smooth any curve. p. 38, FWW 254

On the surface, this is a simple cabinet, but it's the surface that really sets this project apart. Proud joinery and slightly offset components in the case and door create a symphony of highlights and shadows. The mortise-and-tenon joinery is made simple through the use of a spacer that ensures accuracy without measuring. p. 30, FWW 254

This mitered sharpening box has dividers for storing all your sharpening gear in dedicated spaces, and a laminated lid with cleats to hold sharpening stones and set up honing guides perfectly each time. Bob Van Dyke customized his box for the tools he uses regularly, and you can do the same for your own. Not sure what sharpening equipment you need? Also included is a basic sharpening kit that Van Dyke recommends to his woodworking students. p. 44, FWW 254

It was a complicated build, with lots of hand-cut dovetails, mortise-and-tenons, frame-and-panels, and drawers (complete with wooden runners).