We show you how to you how to make a comfy seat for your canoe, use twigs to create furniture, and make a Haida-inspired carving. Plus all our regular featured columns.
Sheridan College’s Graduating Class: 2015
Top 10 router bits
Introduction to helical cutter heads
Build a grill house
Make a Twig Trellis
Carving a Haida-Influenced Panel
The Wood Shed - 25 Years of Commitment to Quality Lumber
Add A Sliding Seat To Your Canoe
Make a set of clamping cauls
A Home in the Woods — Part 4
A circular saw can make crosscuts and rip cuts, and bevel, angled and compound cuts.
I gave a one-on-one lesson to a beginner woodworker the other day.