Fit for a Queen
Petite and shapely, prim and proper, the beauty of this scaled-down Queen Anne table is in its built-in curves, not added-on details. Perfect as a display table, it adds subtle grace to any room.
Tips & Tricks: Issue 1
WHETHER I’M USING IT FOR PLANING, sanding or carving, I find this bench hook very versatile. It’s great for holding all kinds of differently shaped items, especially odd or round shapes.
Banking on a Classic
Your local post office probably replaced its original bronze and brass P.O. box doors long ago with modern, efficient – and unattractive – aluminum doors. But these old doors enjoy new life in this easy weekend project.
The Toolbox: Issue 1
Have you ever wanted to try a veneer laminating project or maybe make a bent laminated form, but were reluctant to buy an electric vacuum pump and bag system costing a few hundred dollars? The Roarockit Skateboard Company (yes, you read it right – a skateboard company) has come up with an inexpensive and ingenious way to vacuum-veneer wood. They call it the Thin Air Press Kit.