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Our cover project is a joiner's tool chest by Roy Underhill, host of "The Woodwrights Shop". Not to big and not too small this chest is an ideal project to store your tools and sharpen your skills. We also feature a knock-down outdoor chair by Simon Watts and a classic huntboard by senior editor Glen Huey. New bedrock planes from Asia are making news, but are they worth it? Our expert review gives the details. In Jig Journal, we build a no-frills router table that you can build in a few hours and use for years. Adam Cherubini tackles low-relief carving in Arts & Mysteries and Peter Follansbee shows how to Carve a 17th-Century Panel. Noted chairmaker Brian Boggs writes his first article for Popular Woodworking, sharing his techniques for Ebonizing Wood. Our "I Can Do That" project is a magazine rack, and Bob Flexner helps us choose a finish for color.
Online Extras: To view the complete list of accompanying online extras, visit the Popular Woodworking June 2009 page.