Matthew White takes inspiration from a vintage effect hall tree and creates his own walnut version that incorporates even more storage space – perfect for keeping your winter accessories tidy
Keen toy and model maker Derek Lane jumped at the chance of building this scale model of an Australian 1988 Series II Mack Superliner, and what a great job he did!
Liven and brighten up a corner of any room with this clever shelving solution from Noah Weinstein
Glenn Perry makes use of a repurposed elm plank and comes up with a unique design for a three-legged stool’s central stretchers, which are cleverly joined by a central sphere
Mike McCrory’s growth chart project is not only beautifully hand-crafted, but also visually appealing and entirely functional
This simple project by Janice Anderssen uses basic materials to make a tool box that also doubles up as a handy step stool
With over 40 years’ woodworking experience under his belt, former cabinetmaker turned box maker Steve Altman’s passion for what he does is abundantly clear
In part 2 of his toy aeroplane build, having made all of the turned components, Ian Wilkie now sets about completing the propeller, wings, tailplane and undercarriage, then we’re ready for take off!
Avoid burnt fingers and soggy toast with Peter Whittle’s rack and scissors
Although the kitchen is widely regarded as the heart of the home, have you considered your hallway as the true hub.
The question these days; how many projects are possible with the high price of wood.
Garden decking... as anyone who's ever tried laying their own will know - It isn't easy. Unless you follow a how to guide like this one.
In this first instalment Peter demos a special jig for cutting mitre keys, then shows you how to build it
The next stage involves cutting accurate mitres for the box corners Subscribers Only
After rough cutting the mitres Peter accurately trims them to size Subscribers Only
Peter shares a neat trick for when it comes to glueing up the mitred box Subscribers Only
In this instalment Peter demonstrates how to adhere burr veneer to the top of the box Subscribers Only
The next stage is to complete the veneering on the top by adding stringing and a border Subscribers Only
Peter Dunsmore demonstrates how to cut dovetail keys on a router table Subscribers Only
Part 9 - In this final episode Ralph trims the top to size and assembles the table Subscribers Only
Part 5 - In this episode Ralph chops out the mortices by hand
Part 6 - The next stage involves marking out the tenons
Part 7 - Cutting the tenons by hand
Part 8 - After cutting the tenons the next stage is to halve them so that they overlap each other inside the mortices
Part 9 - In this final episode Ralph trims the top to size and assembles the table
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