Showcasing your Kamado grill in its own DIY custom cooking center.
Choosing and Using Today’s Miter Saws
There are more choices than there used to be.
Here’s how to build two types of benches; one “classic” piece of outdoor furniture, as well as a rustic bench made from a log slab.
Finishing pine is a four-step process: Sand, Seal, Stain and Topcoat.
Dynamite Desk for Home Offices on the Move
Compost is supposed to rot … houses are not. Unfortunately, wood rots. Unless kept dry and in the right environment, wood, being a natural material, eventually decays.
Unless your taste leans entirely toward modern chrome, a lot of your furniture is wood. If you’re like most of us, it’s a mix of family heirlooms and hand-me-downs, resale shop finds and retail store fill-ins. Some of these may be affordable unfinished pieces you picked up to fill a need; others may be fine reproductions that have seen better […]
Mortise and tenon joints are some of the oldest woodworking joints.
Looking to get “back to basics” with woodworking and furniture making?