Projects to build their woodworking skills and make their shop time even more rewarding. Technique articles from some of the biggest names in the business, including Bill Hylton, Don McConnell, Glen Huey and Troy Sexton. The best finishing techniques from Bob Flexner. Tool reviews that arm them with the knowledge they need to make the best buying decisions. Plus a new special section: Woodworking Essentials, an ongoing series of articles from Nick Engle that hones in on the most important topics — table saw use, router jigs, joinery, and more — and covers them in encyclopedic detail.
ShopNotes is written by woodworkers for woodworkers, and it shows. Each issue is full of practical, hands-on woodworking information, as well as clear, step-by-step plans for great woodworking projects. Whether you’re new to woodworking or been a woodworker for years, you’re sure to find something in ShopNotes that will help you hone your woodworking skills.
Canadian Home Workshop
Canadian Home Workshop has been Canada’s authority on home improvement and woodworking for the last 33 years. The magazine provides its readers with a mix of classic and contemporary woodworking projects, including information for beginners that will develop their skills and more advanced techniques to challenge and inspire. The do-it-yourself features cover home improvement and renovations, from small projects that can be completed in a few hours to extensive renovations. Canadian Home Workshop also offers expert reviews of the latest tools and home improvement products, do-it-yourself advice, and a venue for readers to share their ideas and showcase their work.
For more than 30 years, woodworkers have turned to Woodsmith for the most detailed woodworking plans, shop tips and how-to techniques available anywhere. Today, Woodsmith provides woodworkers with the information they need to be successful.
Canadian Woodworking is distributed 6 times a year. Every month, we pack our magazine with tips, plans, tool reviews and more. Our articles focus exclusively on the subject of woodworking; from Intarsia, to dust collection. Take a look at our current issue. If you like it as much as we do, feel free to subscribe, or request a free trial issue.
Creative Woodwork & Crafts® magazine is the best source available for original scroll saw and Intarsia patterns, as well as many other kinds of small woodworking projects. Every project and feature article is new and exclusive.
Focusing on the very best of woodworking techniques skills. This site provides a lot of high quality content in the form of articles, video, images. The site covers in depth most aspects of woodworking from techniques, wood, finishes and tools, and also showcasing the work of top woodworkers. The quality of the work illustrated provides inspiration to its readers.
Professional Cabinet makers magazine.
Each issue of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts includes projects and techniques for all types of scrolling. Whether you are just starting out or are a seasoned professional, you're sure to find projects that will have you eager to start making sawdust.
America's leading woodworkers journal.
Whether you’re just starting the craft or a seasoned pro, American Woodworker magazine is sure to be your go-to guide for all things woodworking.
More Woodturning Magazine
More Woodturning is a magazine for Turners who mostly turn wood. It is designed to provide guidance in woodturning techniques and to keep you informed as much as possible with what is happening in the woodturning craft; i.e., new equipment, new tools, new techniques, new projects, shows, places to sell, etc. Our purpose is to provide good information on technique, product reviews, information on new products, and general news of interest to woodturners. If you are a woodturner, an artist who turns wood, a collector who collects turned wooden objects or are simply interested in woodturning, we'll welcome you as a regular reader of our magazine
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