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Our cover project is an adaptation of a Greene and Greene side table and we also feature a method for reproducing the distinctive finger-jointed drawers on the Gamble House entry table. Also featured is an unusual Creole table from the 18th-century. You won't see authentic projects like this in any other magazine. Michael Dunbar returns with a look at how to use Traditional Handscrew clamps, and Christopher Schwarz discovers a Better Way to Sharpen Scrapers. Our Woodworking Essentials series on Setting up Shop shows you how to maximize small tool storage. In addition, we have a New Biscuit Joiner Manual that will show you how to use this tool effectively. All of this plus our regular features: I Can Do That, Flexner on Finishing, and Arts & Mysteries.