Tables like this one were commonly found in Early American inns. Today, it looks right at home in a dining room.
Building a workstation around your miter saw will make this tool more versatile. Extension tables support stock on either side of the saw while wooden fences keep long workpieces square to the blade. Each fence has…read more at Google Books.
An easy veneer project, this clocks insides are glued up from layers of 1/4 inch plywood.
With the router ellipse jig you can cut or draw perfect ovals without the hassle of templates or string.
A delicate balance of paper and wood, this floor lamp casts a soft, inviting light.
The uncluttered design of this wall-mounted display cabinet lets your treasures shine through.
Do not let the bow front throw you a curve. I built a simple jig to cut these curved bows on the bandsaw. Build this china display cabinet.
Based on an old family heirloom, this toy top makes a great gift for young and old alike. Send it spinning with a tug on the string.
This chair is straightforward and can be made with simple tools and materials.