News & Views: Drawing a blank
I’m building the glass-topped table (Oct/Nov 2022). The Leg Pattern on p. 33 shows the lower leg to be 10" and the upper leg to be 6" long. But the drawing on p. 32 shows a length of 13" for the lower leg and 10" for the upper. Did the table grow, or did something get left out?
News & Views: A major award
Boston’s Society of Arts + Crafts awarded the prestigious John D. Mineck Fellowship to Sophie Glenn.
News & Views: Down the drain
In your article on Milk Paint (June/July 22), Kimberly Winkle says it can be washed down the drain. Most paints are classified as household hazardous waste because of their chemical contents—VOCs, lead, chromium, among others.
News & Views: Working an angle
I tried making the Flatware Caddy from the last issue of your magazine, but I’m having a problem with the directions.
News & Views: Selling oneself
I would like to make the three-drawer spinning jewelry box in the latest issue, but if I’m going through the trouble of making the router jigs, may I produce several for sale at craft fairs and the like?
News & Views: Making the cut list
My wife adores the round jewelry box on the cover of the most recent issue (June/July 22). I noticed there was no materials list for this project or any other in the magazine.
News & Views: Less stuck in the web
The tip about attaching plywood fillers to the underside of tool tables to create a better clamping surface is great (Feb/Mar 22), but why epoxy the clamp blocks in place permanently?
News & Views: Like oil and water
I went to my local craft supply store for paint markers to decorate the Turned Christmas Tree (Dec/Jan 22) and discovered there are two types. Oil- and water-based paint markers.
News & Views: Big Feet
The dimensions listed in the Keepsake Box drawing
(p. 33, Dec/Jan 22) incorrectly showed the length of the feet to be 3-1/2".
News & Views: Giant loss to woodworking
Garry Knox Bennett passed away on January 28 at the age of 87.