Issue 67: October / November 2015
Ulu Knife and Chopping BlockMount the blade in a one-piece handle, then use an ingenius dishing jig to hollow out the cutting block with your router. This small project will have a big impact in...
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Mount the blade in a one-piece handle, then use an ingenius dishing jig to hollow out the cutting block with your router. This small project will have a big impact in any kitchen.
Arts & Crafts Entertainment Center
No woodworker should settle for a store-bought TV stand. Ken Burton’s cherry cabinet is fit for the finest electronic entertainment you can buy. His construction instruction includes cloud lift details, corbels and traditional mortise-and-tenon joinery.
Build a Knockout Knock-Down Desk
Choose your favorite top for this portable workstation. The elegant, five-piece base is remarkably strong but requires no fasteners to go together. Nancy Hiller demonstrates how to create your own version with interlocking joints.
Sharpen a Scraper... and Put It To Work
Can a thin steel rectangle transform the way you work wood? You bet! Master woodworker Andy Rae will put you on the path to fine, controlled shaving.
Shelving Hardware for Lumber Storage
Put some wall space to work with steel standards and brackets capable of holding hundreds of pounds. Compare the features of four different systems to find what’s right for your shop.
Try Cup Hinges for Your Next Cabinets
They may be hidden behind closed doors, but these hinges have very noticeable benefits. Learn how to choose, install, and adjust them.
K.I.S.S. Mortising Jig
Edge clamps, T-track and stacked plywood construction make a versatile jig for plunge-routed mortising.
Joinery Class: Dovetail Lap Joint
Learn how to use hand tools to create a joint that’s strong, attractive and useful in a variety of furniture making projects.
Tips form Tommy Mac
Sharpening With Diamond Stones