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Woodworkers Journal • AUGUST 2022 Volume 46, Number 4
FROM OUR READERS
Tight Squeeze • Many recall this tool’s juicy job.
Rounding with and Rounding Up Hardware
Full Circle Woodworking School • Wayne Miller’s school near Ft. Worth focuses on hand tool fundamentals.
Paddle-maker Turned Puzzle-maker • Lifelong woodworker recounts a half century of interconnected geometry.
Turning Pins for a Children’s Bowling Game • Whether they get strikes or not, this bowling set is sure to score points with children in your life. It’s based on the author’s antique set.
Drill Bit Organizer • This simple organizer, which can be customized to suit your needs, will save time and keep your drill bits from going astray.
Hybrid Workbench • Build this heavy-duty (and heavy!) workbench from common materials and with modest skills.
Dog Stairs • Whether your pooch is very young or very old, these doggie steps can help them climb onto the couch more easily.
Plant Stand • Beautify your home with this Danish Modern inspired plant stand. Build it from start to finish in one day.
Miter Joints • Hide end grain elegantly when you join the angled ends and edges of parts together.
Routers and Router Tables • Shaping edges, milling joinery and duplicating parts are all within the wheelhouse of these remarkable tools.
Clever Gizmos for Tuning, Clamping and Lifting
3-in-1 Cabinet Scraper Sharpening Tool • New jig simplifies the process of filing, honing and burnishing card scrapers with all-in-one convenience.
Installing Heavy-Duty Cross Dowels and Bolts • Here’s knock-down convenience for securing legs to rails or stretchers where maximum strength is required.
How Do I Make a Tack Cloth? • There are simple options for charging a cloth so it removes dust better. You might not really even need a “dedicated” tack cloth.