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The Best of Fine Woodworking: Small Projects

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The Best of Fine Woodworking: Small Projects
by Editors of Fine Woodworking
Special Issue

From keepsake boxes to step stools to wooden spoons, Small Projects is a special collection from the pages of Fine Woodworking magazine that celebrates the small project in all its infinite variety.

Boxes are popular with woodworkers, and this issue has three special ones—a sliding-lid box and a series of amazing sculpted boxes by Michael Cullen; and a dovetailed box with special details by Laura Mays. If you’re looking for something more utilitarian, try the Shaker step tool or small bench by Chris Becksvoort. You can outfit your kitchen with unique hand-carved wooden spoons, an amazing cutting board, stylish trays, and coopered containers. Step out of the kitchen and decorate the rest of your home with veneered lamps and custom picture frames. And if you are looking for more of a challenge, try Michael Pekovich’s floating-top side table or small cabinet. And when it comes time to share your talents, there are three hand-crafted gifts from Chris Becksvoort that will wow the people in your life.

In this special issue, you’ll also learn:
•quick tips to make your projects go more smoothly
•secrets to creating a splined miter joint on boxes
•how to incorporate small details that will make your work stand out
•how to cut dadoes and dovetails with hand tools
•how to use blue tape to ensure tenons are gap-free
•techniques for draw-bored mortise-and-tenons
•carving basics
•how to shape and cut curves
•secrets to coopered construction
•how to frame a picture
•and much more.

by Editors of Fine Woodworking
Special Issue

From keepsake boxes to step stools to wooden spoons, Small Projects is a special collection from the pages of Fine Woodworking magazine that celebrates the small project in all its infinite variety.

Boxes are popular with woodworkers, and this issue has three special ones—a sliding-lid box and a series of amazing sculpted boxes by Michael Cullen; and a dovetailed box with special details by Laura Mays. If you’re looking for something more utilitarian, try the Shaker step tool or small bench by Chris Becksvoort. You can outfit your kitchen with unique hand-carved wooden spoons, an amazing cutting board, stylish trays, and coopered containers. Step out of the kitchen and decorate the rest of your home with veneered lamps and custom picture frames. And if you are looking for more of a challenge, try Michael Pekovich’s floating-top side table or small cabinet. And when it comes time to share your talents, there are three hand-crafted gifts from Chris Becksvoort that will wow the people in your life.

In this special issue, you’ll also learn:
•quick tips to make your projects go more smoothly
•secrets to creating a splined miter joint on boxes
•how to incorporate small details that will make your work stand out
•how to cut dadoes and dovetails with hand tools
•how to use blue tape to ensure tenons are gap-free
•techniques for draw-bored mortise-and-tenons
•carving basics
•how to shape and cut curves
•secrets to coopered construction
•how to frame a picture
•and much more.

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From keepsake boxes to step stools to wooden spoons, Small Projects is a special collection from the pages of Fine Woodworking magazine that celebrates the small project in all its infinite variety.

Boxes are popular with woodworkers, and this issue has three special ones—a sliding-lid box and a series of amazing sculpted boxes by Michael Cullen; and a dovetailed box with special details by Laura Mays. If you’re looking for something more utilitarian, try the Shaker step tool or small bench by Chris Becksvoort. You can outfit your kitchen with unique hand-carved wooden spoons, an amazing cutting board, stylish trays, and coopered containers. Step out of the kitchen and decorate the rest of your home with veneered lamps and custom picture frames. And if you are looking for more of a challenge, try Michael Pekovich’s floating-top side table or small cabinet. And when it comes time to share your talents, there are three hand-crafted gifts from Chris Becksvoort that will wow the people in your life.

In this special issue, you’ll also learn:
•quick tips to make your projects go more smoothly
•secrets to creating a splined miter joint on boxes
•how to incorporate small details that will make your work stand out
•how to cut dadoes and dovetails with hand tools
•how to use blue tape to ensure tenons are gap-free
•techniques for draw-bored mortise-and-tenons
•carving basics
•how to shape and cut curves
•secrets to coopered construction
•how to frame a picture
•and much more.

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From keepsake boxes to step stools to wooden spoons, Small Projects is a special collection from the pages of Fine Woodworking magazine that celebrates the small project in all its infinite variety.

Boxes are popular with woodworkers, and this issue has three special ones—a sliding-lid box and a series of amazing sculpted boxes by Michael Cullen; and a dovetailed box with special details by Laura Mays. If you’re looking for something more utilitarian, try the Shaker step tool or small bench by Chris Becksvoort. You can outfit your kitchen with unique hand-carved wooden spoons, an amazing cutting board, stylish trays, and coopered containers. Step out of the kitchen and decorate the rest of your home with veneered lamps and custom picture frames. And if you are looking for more of a challenge, try Michael Pekovich’s floating-top side table or small cabinet. And when it comes time to share your talents, there are three hand-crafted gifts from Chris Becksvoort that will wow the people in your life.

In this special issue, you’ll also learn:
•quick tips to make your projects go more smoothly
•secrets to creating a splined miter joint on boxes
•how to incorporate small details that will make your work stand out
•how to cut dadoes and dovetails with hand tools
•how to use blue tape to ensure tenons are gap-free
•techniques for draw-bored mortise-and-tenons
•carving basics
•how to shape and cut curves
•secrets to coopered construction
•how to frame a picture
•and much more.

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Table Of Contents

From keepsake boxes to step stools to wooden spoons, Small Projects is a special collection from the pages of Fine Woodworking magazine that celebrates the small project in all its infinite variety.

Boxes are popular with woodworkers, and this issue has three special ones—a sliding-lid box and a series of amazing sculpted boxes by Michael Cullen; and a dovetailed box with special details by Laura Mays. If you’re looking for something more utilitarian, try the Shaker step tool or small bench by Chris Becksvoort. You can outfit your kitchen with unique hand-carved wooden spoons, an amazing cutting board, stylish trays, and coopered containers. Step out of the kitchen and decorate the rest of your home with veneered lamps and custom picture frames. And if you are looking for more of a challenge, try Michael Pekovich’s floating-top side table or small cabinet. And when it comes time to share your talents, there are three hand-crafted gifts from Chris Becksvoort that will wow the people in your life.

In this special issue, you’ll also learn:
•quick tips to make your projects go more smoothly •secrets to creating a splined miter joint on boxes •how to incorporate small details that will make your work stand out •how to cut dadoes and dovetails with hand tools •how to use blue tape to ensure tenons are gap-free •techniques for draw-bored mortise-and-tenons •carving basics •how to shape and cut curves •secrets to coopered construction •how to frame a picture •and much more.

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Table Of Contents

From keepsake boxes to step stools to wooden spoons, Small Projects is a special collection from the pages of Fine Woodworking magazine that celebrates the small project in all its infinite variety.

Boxes are popular with woodworkers, and this issue has three special ones—a sliding-lid box and a series of amazing sculpted boxes by Michael Cullen; and a dovetailed box with special details by Laura Mays. If you’re looking for something more utilitarian, try the Shaker step tool or small bench by Chris Becksvoort. You can outfit your kitchen with unique hand-carved wooden spoons, an amazing cutting board, stylish trays, and coopered containers. Step out of the kitchen and decorate the rest of your home with veneered lamps and custom picture frames. And if you are looking for more of a challenge, try Michael Pekovich’s floating-top side table or small cabinet. And when it comes time to share your talents, there are three hand-crafted gifts from Chris Becksvoort that will wow the people in your life.

In this special issue, you’ll also learn:
•quick tips to make your projects go more smoothly •secrets to creating a splined miter joint on boxes •how to incorporate small details that will make your work stand out •how to cut dadoes and dovetails with hand tools •how to use blue tape to ensure tenons are gap-free •techniques for draw-bored mortise-and-tenons •carving basics •how to shape and cut curves •secrets to coopered construction •how to frame a picture •and much more.

Video No
Author Editors of Fine Woodworking
Publication Year 2019
Dimensions No
Pages No
Photo No
Drawings No
Extra No
Other Formats No
Format eBook (PDF)
Cover Special Issue
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