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Cabinetmaker Troy Sexton shows you how you can cut half-blind dovetails that are tight as a tick with his method and a $19.99 Dovetail Jig. Sliding dovetails and mortise-and-tenon construction ensure this Martha's Vineyard Cupboard will be prized for decades to come. With a couple of sheets of off-the-rack plywood you can build this well-proportioned Modern Wardrobe. Rick Peters shows you how to transform a $5 piece of junk into a workhorse for your woodshop by Restoring a Handplane. After three years and 10 projects, we update and improve this powerful and portable Little Shop Mark II. We put to test Forrest Saw Blades and Bessey Clamps to see if these pricey tools are worth it. You can build a Pinhole Camera that takes darn nice photos. Let Roger Holmes show you how some pros design original pieces of furniture by Borrowing a Design. This desk-top Pencil Box cradles your prized writing instruments in protective fuzzy flocking. Curly maple and a hand-lettered dial make this reproduction of Brother Benjamin Young's Tall Clock a constant reminder of the simple beauty of Shaker design. An evening at the scrollsaw is all it takes to make this eye-popping fretwork Autumn Basket. This wall-mounted Clamp Rack takes up little space and is a huge improvement over that pile of clamps you've got in the corner. Plus Letters, Projects from the Past, Flexner on Finishing, Tales from the Wood, Wood Types, and more!