Issue 88 April / May 2019
A SimpleDovetailed Tote: Use a dovetail jig and some scrap wood to make a handy carrierfor all your on-the-go tools. Class instructors from Woodcraft’s Seattle storeshow you how.Turned TableLamp: Turn and see the light with this stack-laminated lamp. Designed by masterturner Michael...
Dovetailed Tote: Use a dovetail jig and some scrap wood to make a handy carrier
for all your on-the-go tools. Class instructors from Woodcraft’s Seattle store
show you how.
Lamp: Turn and see the light with this stack-laminated lamp. Designed by master
turner Michael Kehs, the laminates provide visual contrast and a trouble-free
Obelisk: Create an outstanding outdoor view with this mini-monument to climbing
Metals in the
Workshop: If you’ve been avoiding incorporating metal into your jigs and other
woodworking projects because you think you lack the tools and skills, let us
help you think again.
Rehab: Are you wrestling with a worn out workbench? Learn how to revive the
most important tool in your shop with a simple flattening jig for your router.
a Turn: Insert tooling eliminates sharpening down time, but will carbide
turning tools replace high speed steel? Get the spin from four veteran turners.
& Tricks, Hot New Tools, Profiles: William H. Macy, WoodSense: Bocote, and