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Small Projects – FineWoodworking

Small Projects – FineWoodworking

Small Projects – FineWoodworking My 4-year-old has hit the stage where the kitchen stepladder was too high for him and this single step stool would get him to the perfect height. Then the thought hit me: Why not make the step stool with my son? The stool has a...
How to Develop a Piece of Furniture in SketchUp

How to Develop a Piece of Furniture in SketchUp

How to Develop a Piece of Furniture in SketchUp [embedded content] CHAPTER NINE of my Fine Woodworking eBook ” SketchUp Guide for Woodworkers” steps through the modeling process of  the Chamfered Post Table. This table, made in about 1700, is one of the pieces in the...
Storage And Shelves – FineWoodworking

Storage And Shelves – FineWoodworking

Storage And Shelves – FineWoodworking I found this surplus cabinet for $100, painted its sides, and added a thick top and casters to create a mobile workstation for my miter saw, with handy storage inside. This is the only workbench you need to start building...
Beds – FineWoodworking

Beds – FineWoodworking

Beds – FineWoodworking Designed after a four-post bed by Gustav Stickley, this queen-size version features a Glasgow-style inlay and can be adapted to suit any mattress height. The construction is mortise-and-tenon, the posts are tapered, and the head- and foot-boards...
Turn a reclaimed cabinet into a rolling workstation

Turn a reclaimed cabinet into a rolling workstation

Turn a reclaimed cabinet into a rolling workstation I found this surplus cabinet for $100, painted its sides, and added a thick top and casters to create a mobile workstation for my miter saw, with handy storage inside. This is the only workbench you need to start...

Survival of the Prettiest

Survival of the Prettiest [unable to retrieve full-text content] Sometimes the worst thing you can do while copying an antique is to actually copy the antiquePublished at Mon, 27 Nov 2017 19:00:32...

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