Locking Rabbet Joints
Looking for a strong, simple drawer joint? We show you how to make two types of locking rabbet joints.
These shop-made edge clamps are bound to come in handy when gluing hardwood edging on plywood.
A few boards and a weekend in the shop are all you need to create a cozy, comfortable bed for your favorite pet.
No lathe? No problem. We built this shop stool using traditional hand tools and some power tool techniques.
This take on the classic Empire chest of drawers is a modern rendition. It offers updated construction techniques while staying true to the design of Empire furniture.
Paneled Window Seat
Just start with a simple plywood box and go from there. You won't believe the end result... Some basic materials and simple joinery add up to a great-looking window bench.
If you’ve ever wanted to try steam bending, Shaker boxes are a great project to start with. And we’ve added a couple of our own design touches to this classic form.
Welsh Stick Chair
If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at building a chair, this handsome Welsh stick chair is the perfect project to get you started on your journey.
A simple router jig is the secret to making the lattice-like patterns in these coasters. And once you have everything set up, the process is almost automatic.
In a previous life, this quirky little cabinet was just a quiet servant in hospitals and pharmacies. But it has a bright future in your home.
Despite its look, this is no Mickey-Mouse project. This shopbuilt router plane is sure to become a favorite tool in your shop, and one that will get used often.