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  1. Osborne Wood Products Furniture Leg in Mahogany, Maple Woods and More / Rockler How-to

    Osborne Wood Products Furniture Leg in Mahogany, Maple Woods and More / Rockler How-to

    …Journal Osborne offers pre-constructed wood furniture legs in ten different wood types. Osborne Wood Products is manufacturing a new 5"-diameter island leg called the Massive Savannah Leg (model #1496). The 1496 is 341â 2" long and is available in 10 wood types: alder, cherry, hard maple, hickory,…

  2. Making a Patio Furniture Table and Bench Set / Rockler How-to

    Making a Patio Furniture Table and Bench Set / Rockler How-to

    …materials list in PDF format, click here. Sadly, plastic and metal furniture sets are the common backyard choices these days because they're easier to move around and less susceptible to damage from the sun, snow and rain. The legs and base of the table are assembled using hinges, making it simple…

  3. Ian Kirby Woodworking Design: Understanding Furniture Layout Proportions / Rockler How-to

    Ian Kirby Woodworking Design: Understanding Furniture Layout Proportions / Rockler How-to

    …goods and stick furniture. Case goods are those things which have doors and drawers â storage furniture. Stick furniture is tables and chairs. The difference between them visually is that case goods present us with a solid cuboid object. Tables and chairs are made up of legs and rails that have…

  4. How to Make Shaker Style Furniture: Candle Stand / Rockler How-to

    How to Make Shaker Style Furniture: Candle Stand / Rockler How-to

    …deeply rooted, Shaker furniture making drew deeply from the high-style period furniture made in the American urban centers, borrowing forms and design motifs, translating them in the light of the Shaker aesthetic. Shaker tables, for example, often exhibit straight leg tapers much like Hepplewhite…

  5. Building a Mahogany Greene and Greene Bedside Table / Rockler How-to

    Building a Mahogany Greene and Greene Bedside Table / Rockler How-to

    …each down to size. As shown in the Drawings, the legs are joined by a wide apron that also holds a single drawer. Start by planing enough 4/4 stock down to 3/4" thick for the table's aprons. Cut three of the four aprons 5-1â 2" wide: two that are 10" long for the sides and one 13"-long apron for…

  6. Glass Top Coffee Table Project / Rockler How-to

    Glass Top Coffee Table Project / Rockler How-to

    …lattice assembly (they'd add stress to a glass table) â plane or sand them down to exactly the level of the ends of the legs. The finish is shellac, sprayed on from an aerosol can. Very simple and easy to fix. It's also easy to repair and, of course, with a piece of furniture like this you don't

  7. Building a Period-Style Queen Anne Highboy, Part One / Rockler How-to

    Building a Period-Style Queen Anne Highboy, Part One / Rockler How-to

    …take the blanks you've selected for your legs and mark them out with a template. Begin by squaring up your leg stock. The blanks should finish out at a minimum of 2-7â 8" on a side with a length of 36-3â 8". This length includes the finished length of the leg (35-3â 8"), plus one additional inch…

  8. Building a Mesquite Wood Southwestern Bench / Rockler How-to

    Building a Mesquite Wood Southwestern Bench / Rockler How-to

    …and known for its dark, grainy and tough wood, is perfect for this style. Mesquite art and furniture can be found in fine craft galleries from Santa Fe to Scottsdale. For the Southwestern bench leg and stile diagrams in PDF format, click here. When the wood arrived from Art Flores's sawmill,…

  9. You might be a woodworker if... / Rockler How-to

    You might be a woodworker if... / Rockler How-to

    …run your hand over a piece of wooden furniture rather than just looking at it. @lackriver ...blowing your nose generates enough wood to build a child's toy. John Vallario ...you're short half a finger and you haven't actually bought Christmas gifts in 10 years. @mmfww And... you might be a wood…

  10. Remarkable Rockler Reviews: Deluxe Sewing Center Plan and Mechanical Lift Mechanism / Rockler How-to

    Remarkable Rockler Reviews: Deluxe Sewing Center Plan and Mechanical Lift Mechanism / Rockler How-to

    …2010 by Kim Adams Today I'd like to share a great review for the Deluxe Sewing Center Plan. The review is not unusual - this is a great piece of furniture, and the plan (and our lift mechanism that goes with it) regularly get good reviews. This week, however, Curtis Vixie of Susanville, California…

  11. The Freud Dowel Joiner - A New Take on an Old Technique / Rockler How-to

    The Freud Dowel Joiner - A New Take on an Old Technique / Rockler How-to

    …indispensable for assembling cabinet boxes, furniture, and many job site trim and millwork applications. The benefit with dowels is the combination of precise alignment with joint strength without requiring glue or fasteners. When building furniture dowels make it possible to mock assemble the…

  12. Building an Arts and Crafts Style Bookcase Project / Rockler How-to

    Building an Arts and Crafts Style Bookcase Project / Rockler How-to

    …but denser and heavier, with a workability similar to Eastern slope Douglas fir. Not the wood you want to do acanthus carving on, but perfect for furniture if you like simple lines with warm tones, lots of luster and straight grain. For the Arts and Crafts Bookcase Drawings and Materials List in PDF…

  13. Rockler - comment page 1

    Rockler - comment page 1

    …Jigs * Table Saw Jigs * Clamps * Hand Tools * Turning Tools * Workshop Accessories * Workbenches and Tops * Woodworking Vises * Workshop Stands, Legs and Parts * Roller and Ball Bearing Stands * Workshop Safety * Hardware * Drawer Slides * Hinges * Knobs and Pulls * Fasteners * Lighting * Home…

  14. Making a Shaker-Style Woven Rocking Chair / Rockler How-to

    Making a Shaker-Style Woven Rocking Chair / Rockler How-to

    …techniques. Twenty years ago, I built my first reproduction of a Shaker chair. It was based on a drawing by John Kassay (in The Book of Shaker Furniture) of a fairly yearly New Lebanon rocker. Over the next dozen years or so, I tinkered with the form, giving the arms a more sculpted shape, changing…

  15. Choosing a Hybrid Table Saw / Rockler How-to

    Choosing a Hybrid Table Saw / Rockler How-to

    …constructed, and offer many advantages for the serious hobbyist. Some hybrid saws have a cabinet type of base and others have a shorter base and legs, but in either case, the base is fully enclosed, with the motor mounted inside the base, instead of on the back of the saw, as with a contractor saw.…

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