In this issue you'll learn how to make an elliptical end table, build an indoor drying rack, make better use of your cordless drill and get the uptake on clear-coat finishes.
Top 10 Ways to get the Most from your Cordless Drill
Chairisma: Seating in Western Maple
Finishing Touch: sandpaper
HomeInOn - flooring
Build an Elegant End Table
WINDOW WISE: A guide to planning, framing and installing a new window
Smart Locks - Make for Better Home Security
Healthy clear coatings
High and Dry: A Simple, Folding Laundry Rack
Carl Has Termites
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.