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Issue 57 February / March 2014

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Woodcraft Magazine covers the Projects, Techniques, and Products of woodworking like no one else! Each issue is packed with stories from our expert project designers, builders, writers and...

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Woodcraft Magazine covers the Projects, Techniques, and Products of woodworking like no one else! Each issue is packed with stories from our expert project designers, builders, writers and consultants to help you work wood successfully and add to your woodworking skills and knowledge. Besides Projects, Techniques and Projects, you’ll visit a unique woodshop, collect new shop tips and patterns, and learn more about the wood used to build an issue project.




Build this traditional wardrobe for your dressier threads. Made from solid cherry and poplar, this handsome piece features four drawers, fixed and adjustable shelves, and a closet bar.




Use patterns, scrap cherry, and store-bought wheels to construct this Waddling Walrus. Then, with a little push, watch it come to life, raising its toothy head and rocking to and fro.




If you built the Arts and Crafts-inspired Morris chair in the Oct/Nov 2013 issue of Woodcraft Magazine, you’ll want to make this elegant ottoman. Fashion it to go with other chairs by simply changing the upholstery.




Make breakfast better and safer with this bagel slicer. Use it with a bread knife for quickly cutting bagels into neat equal halves.




Brighten your favorite workspace to meet all of your measuring, marking, machining, and finishing needs with this hands-on guide. See how to calculate lighting an outfit our shop with the proper fixtures and bulbs.




Add utility to your shop by knocking together one or more of these work piece wranglers. They include shooting boards, chopping and cutoff hooks, holders, and stops all made from scrap!




Discover the regimen used by West Virginia craftsman Jim Probst for edge-joining large flat panels used for tabletops, casework, and shelves.




Play it safe when trimming mini-sized parts on major power tools with the strategies shown here. Learn the best ways to rip and crosscut short lengths and multiples

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