American Woodworker Mag #141 Apr/May 09
Marble Solitaire Game Board. Create a classic in an afternoon
Build Your Skills
Arts & Crafts Bedside Table
Solid craftsmanship through and through
Four-Sided Quartersawn Table Legs
How to rout lock miters on narrow pieces
30 Finishing Supplies
Must-have tools for finishing all types of woodworking projects
A pull-apart box with a silky smooth fit
Second Life for Old Pine
Antiqued grain elevators yield millions of feet of vintage lumber
The Magic of White Pine
For ease of working, it hardly gets any better than this
Loose Tenon Joinery
Rout 4 variations with a versatile shop-made jig
Make a chair in a day, using green wood saplings.
Build swinging panels for a Peg-Board wall, clamp dowels on end for drilling, use a floor sweep as a dust port, replace tack cloths with microfiber cloths, make a pattern for sawing bowl blanks, use ball valves for blast gates, support work on edge with handscrews, make a convex pad for random orbit sander, and use framing squares to measure large diameters.
New! Thrifty Woodworkers
Buy the economical variety of tie wrap, use zip ties for measuring, launder sanding belts in blade cleaner, keep Kreg clamps handy, make wooden wing nuts, and use Peg-Board as a bench surface.
Oneida Dust Cobra cyclonic collectors, Bessey adjustable spring clamp, Laguna 3000 Series 16" and 18" bandsaws, Hitatchi 8-1/2 sliding compound miter saws, Makita random orbit sander, Lee Valley anti-corrosion emitters, Jet 16", 18", and 20" bandsaw, Freud Dowelling Joiner, Ridgid granite-topped 10" hybrid saw, SawStop 10" contractor's saw, and Bosch pocket sized 12 volt drills.
A Great American Woodworker
A harpsichord builder extraordinaire
Ice Cream Scoop
Create a soda-shop classic
Respirators for Bearded Woodworkers
Effective alternatives to wearing a sanding mask
My microwave still smells like burnt cherry.