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How to Make a Stickley Style Bottle Caddy

One day, my wife showed me some balsamic vinegar bottles and asked if I could make an attractive display stand for them. We already had two bottles to use, but my mind wanders when it comes to design, and I decided three bottles would create a pleasant balance. I went to my Stickley furniture books…

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The Ultimate Stop System for Your Benchtop Mortiser

The importance of stops on shop equipment cannot be understated. While we all strive toward accuracy, attempting to achieve complete and total accuracy is very hard, and frankly, a bit of a waste of time. Stops allow us to be consistent, and at the end of the day, consistency is more important than accuracy. For…

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Fuming Tent Construction

Kitchen ammonia is too weak to efficiently fume your woodworking projects. However, working with 26-30% ammonia can be dangerous. This fuming tent construction plan provides a safe environment to fume your Arts & Crafts furniture. It’s easy to assemble and knocks down to put away when not in use.

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