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Mario Rodriguez shows you the Art of Dovetailed Drawers, 7 strategies to make the difference between fine furniture and pedestrian design. Four woodworkers show Four Ways to Make Tapered Legs using his weapon of choice: planer, jointer, table saw and band saw. Don Weber shows you how to build the Barnsley Hay Rake Table inspired by both the Arts & Crafts movement and traditional tools of rural England. Managing Editor Megan Fitzpatrick builds an elegant Shaker Stepback to house all of your 21st-century entertainment accoutrement. Adam Cherubini continues his series on 18th-Century chairmaking by teaching you how to Make a Ball & Claw Foot. This issue's I Can Do That project is a low-profile serving tray. Bob Flexner teaches you how to battle blotching when Finishing Cherry. Read about an award-winning plane built by an 18-year-old in the profile of D.L. Barrett & Sons. Plus the Wood Whisperer tells you why you should Toss your Tape Measure.
Online Extras: To view the Wood Whisperer video, click here. To download extra photos of the hayrake table, visit our blog.