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Dutch Tool Chest w/ drawers

My tool chest made with the same basic design as the Dutch Tool Chest, but with drawers for storage on the bottom, rather than an open compartment. I …

Easy Garage Storage and Bench

Introduction: Easy Garage Storage and Bench<p>This instructable will show how to build a cheap and simple garage storage and workbench out of plywood …

How to Cut Curves in Wood

Expert tips for marking, cutting and fine-tuning curves<p>Draw the sides and ends of the trammel. Trace around the base plate and drill holes for the …

Woodworking

6 Beginner Ways to Use a Woodworking Router

Any woodworker is well-acquainted with the router's myriad uses. The tool comes in handy for many projects around the house, both functional and …

Kiln Dry Lumber at Home

Wooden Steampunk Ring<p>Getting Started With Wood Turning. (tools, Techniques and Top Tips)<p>PVC Class<p>Great idea for a home workshop! No permanent space …

Woodworking

Books review of 2014: novel ways of seeing

Some of the best books of 2014 have defied the conventions of genre, but two young writers of fiction have triumphed, says Gaby Wood<p>Earlier this year, Rachel Cusk claimed she’d lost faith in fiction. It seemed “fake and embarrassing”, she said; in her view, autobiography was “increasingly the only …

The Best Books to Read This Christmas (That You Won't Find in a Christian Bookstore)

In our house, Christmas wouldn’t be complete without a good book or two—or ten. A recent writing project—my new anthology Light Upon Light: A …

When is it time to refresh a garden?

Keeping borders under control and casting out lost plant causes is easier said than done<p>And so… to Essex, to talk to the Plant Heritage group about the development of my former two-acre garden and subsequent tricky transfer to a smaller one seven years ago. In the aftermath of my talk I was pleased …