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This month's cover project is a classic form of American furniture. Senior editor Glen Huey guides you step by step in the construction of this beautiful Blanket Chest. In our Tool Test, we take a look at the brand new American made Unisaw. Marc Adams tells you how to pick the right adhesive in Understanding Glues. Lonnie Bird gives the low down on Bevel-Up Planes and our editors get together to show you 3 Ways to Make Raised Panels. Join editor Christopher Schwarz as he pays a visit to Roy Underhill's new Woodright's School. One of the Hallmarks of Federal design is the distinctive inlay and Rob Millard show how to make and incorporate Federal-Style Inlay in your next project. The Wood Whisperer tackles an Arts & Crafts reproduction in John Hall's Frame and our I Can Do That column presents an intriguing knife block.
Online Extras: To view the complete list of accompanying online extras, visit the Popular Woodworking August 2009 page.