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Woodlogger is a site for those who are passionate about woodworking. We'll cover woodworking topics, reviews, woodworking videos, projects, power tools, and jigs. I made this Marble Tic-Tac-Toe Game in just a few hours. It's a great beginner project, and it was really fun to make. I've made a few game pieces now and there quickly becoming some of my favorite projects. Read More ». About a year...
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Information about magazines and links to their websites. Acoustic Guitar The magazine for acoustic guitar players, from beginners to performing professionals. Through interviews, reviews, workshops, sheet music, and song transcriptions, the monthly's readers learn music from around the globe and get to know the artists who create it. With product reviews and expert advice, Acoustic Guitar also...
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Onsite professional custom restoration and vintage trailer restoration and sales. We are also home to the Backyard Bistro, serving exquisite farm-to-table cuisine. Networking across the nation, we search for your home, office or business needs. We are proud to offer quality American Antiques,...
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Finely crafted instruments in mesquite, Texas ebony, Spanish cedar. Open back five string banjos, banjo-ukuleles and ukuleles are his specialty. With over forty years of working as a professional woodworker, Richard works alone creating unique designs using North American hardwoods including...
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Highland Woodworking Blog - Tips to Help You Become A Better Woodworker. We are excited to be attending this year’s edition of the Lie-Nielsen Open House. The annual event never disappoints, with a great group of hand tool event staff showing off the latest additions to the Lie-Nielsen line....
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An American woodworker and Master Windsor chairmaker, Bill Wallick has been studying 18th century Windsor chairs and furniture making in America for the past 30 years. He offers over 60 beautiful styles of hand made Windsor chairs, settees, writing arm chairs, rockers, stools, tables, and children's furniture, as well as other forms of cabinetry that fit in well with the 18th century style....
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AWI's Quality Certification Program is a industry-recognized risk management tool that design professionals and building owners rely on to validate the skills and abilities of architectural woodworkers. By writing into contract documents that woodwork is to be certified by AWI you eliminate potential worry about woodwork woes at the very beginning of a project. A project can be registered FREE...
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Woodworking workbench information, ideas, plans and sources for everything the workbench builder needs. I read a review of this vise in American Woodworker Magazine. It seems that Northern Tool has found a way to import and sell an inexpensive 9" vise for a very low cost: $29.99. From the photos, indeed the castings don't look all that great, but the review is pretty positive and so, I'm...
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We’re dedicated to providing today’s woodworker and do-it-yourselfer with the most up-to-date project plans from internationally known publishers. We feature how-to projects from American Woodworker, The Family Handyman and Popular Woodworking magazines, as well as Somerset Publishing, U-Bild and Garlinghouse. All of the woodworking projects we feature are popular designs that have a unique...
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We’re dedicated to providing today’s woodworker and do-it-yourselfer with the most up-to-date project plans from internationally known publishers. We feature how-to projects from American Woodworker, The Family Handyman and Popular Woodworking magazines, as well as Somerset Publishing, U-Bild and Garlinghouse. All of the woodworking projects we feature are popular designs that have a unique...
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Pat McGeehan, professional woodworker & cabinet maker offers services including hand made cabinets & furniture, antique reproductions, quality restorations, special moldings & finishes. Now introducing his two most recent projects: The Pocket Table and The Knock-Down Wardrobe. Pocket Table is mounted in or on the wall. It is essentially a folding table that folds out into a combination of table...
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Home of American Made Router Bits & Drilling Tools. Family Owned and Operated. Committed to Quality and a Superb Product Line. Spiral router bits were originally designed for the CNC industry as a tool for long-life under intense working conditions. As spirals became popular with the everyday woodworker and craftsman, an increase in demand was seen throughout the industry. Whiteside offers a...
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Woodworker's Art, learning intarsia, all types of dinosaur, unusual fun gifts, american door harps, woodworkers display their work, galleries of the best scroll saw and other woodworking art plus valuable information and forum. Most woodworkers try several before finding their favorites. When they do, each tends to make several pieces in a similar theme, as when I created. We give every visitor...
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Get instant access to over 10,000 woodworking projects and plans including videos with step-by-step easy to follow instructions in our publication. Magazine is an inspiring hobby for enthusiasts looking to improve their skills and learn new techniques. Edited for the serious woodworker actively seeking to improve their skills with the tools to design furniture, crafts and wooden projects. Our...
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Kraft Tool Company is a manufacturer and distributor of quality, professional tools made in the USA. Our tools are created for everyday use by the professional cement finisher, brick mason, asphalt paver, tile setter, plasterer or drywall craftsman. As we start our 36th year of producing the highest quality in American made professional hand tools Kraft has continued to listen to the...
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Trained as a writer and teacher, Gary decided right out of college to learn the craft of woodworking. His life had changed when he found an old hand plane and a chunk of fir outside his place in SE Portland. He made his first piece of furniture with that wood. You can see that hand plane sitting on top of one of his tool cabinets still. When he bought his first Yates American band saw, his work...
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