Nothing dresses up a cabinet like crown molding. The best way to fasten the molding is with glue and brad nails. Check out these tricks for keeping your crown molding installation neat and professional looking.
We all need to cover mistakes in our woodworking every once in a while. That’s where a little wood dough comes in. Here’s a video product review of a wood dough that also serves as a grain filler. Check out the video to see if Wood Filler from Timbermate will help cover your mistakes, and… Read more »Watch Now >>
In the final installment of his three-part demonstration on building a four corner continuous grain box, George Vondriska teaches you how to take properly miter each of your four pieces so that the grain lines up properly from one side of the box to the next. See also: Making a Four Corner Continuous Grain Box… Read more »Watch Now >>
When building a chair or stool, you’ll want to make sure that the legs will withstand your weight and in turn stand the test of time. George Vondriska teaches you to do so by offsetting (cutting to the left or right of center) the mortise cuts that you make for mortise and tenon joinery.Watch Now >>
Choose the right clamp for the job. Edge-to-edge glue ups are best done with certain style of clamps. George Vondriska covers some of your options, including parallel jaw clamps, pipe clamps and bar clamps.Watch Now >>