Articles from Woodworker's Journal
Home Woodworker Designs Christmas Stocking Caddy Project
Don Kosten turned carving in his workshop into a yuletide woodcraft business.
How to Refinish Small Blemishes in Wood with Common Finishing Products
It is possible to refinish furniture without removing all your current finishing, and these products make your refinishing job that much easier.
How to Fasten a Featherboard Securely to the Miter Gauge on Your Table Saw
Often the featherboard doesn’t fit perfectly to your portable table saw, with a little work, however, you can make a much tighter fit.
Should You Use Shellac or Wood Conditioner Before Staining Softwoods with Oil-Based Stains
The reasoning behind adding a coat of shellac before staining wood and some alternatives to the practice
The Milwaukee Unveils M12 Jig Saw in 2011 with Maximum Control
Milwaukee Tools’ New Hybrid Grip Jig Saw combines the advantages of a top and barrel-grip saw for a better sawing experience.
Bosch Introduces Stronger, Faster Daredevil Blades and Bits at 2011 AWFS
Bosch adds more accessories to its Daredevil line at 2011 AWFS
How to Prevent Wood Burn and Remove Burn Mark Discoloration from Routing
How to remove the discoloration caused by wood burn on decorative edging or molding caused by a router
Mark Extension Cords with Right Amperage to Protect Your Power Tools
Using cords with the wrong amperage rating can overheat your tools or worse, this simple trick will help you remember which extension cords to use
How to Safely Dispose of Paint and Finish Cans Quickly
Combining a cookie sheet and cooling rack with some WD-40 will help you dispose of your old paint and finish cans.
At the 2011 AWFS, SkillsUSA Woodworking Students Build a Cherry Wood Nightstand for Worldskills Competition Cabinet Making Trial
Skills USA students build cherry nightstands during cabinetry contest at AWFS, putting their woodworking experience to the test.