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Eric Gorges visits the Woodcraft store in Dallas, Texas to get some help making scales for a set of marking knives. 

Eric Gorges visits the Woodcraft store in Austin, Texas and talks about the different kinds of wood and how to make a cutting board. 

Just getting into woodworking or looking for a handcrafted gift? Kevin shows you how easy it is to make a cheese slicer.

There's nothing like a handcrafted knife! Check out these new titanium Camillus Cutlery knife kits. 

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This attractive napkin holder with its leaves at opposing angles will add pizzazz to any table. The chamfered leaves appear to float just above the surface, adding a subtle shadow line to the gently curved feet. The straightforward construction makes this a fun project to work on with a youngster or to batch-build for holiday gifts.

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This maple side table has three chief features: a single, wide drawer, an open base with a large three-piece shelf, and subtle detailing to tie everything together. I stole the overall form and proportions from a functional but somewhat poorly constructed table that sat in my kitchen for some time.

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I’ve been making mirrors with attached shelves for years. Recently, I started adding small objects to those shelves, including stone cairns, turned vases, and carved birds such as the one you see here. Adding these little “extras” has made the mirrors sell better, and they’re more fun to build. 

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