The cover project is a Queen Anne Dressing Table
which is "high style" on the outside, but the interior is a cinch to make. Dale Barnard shows you how a simple plywood jig can create accurate Arts & Crafts Through-tenons
. In building a reproduction of a White Water Shaker Table,
Christopher Schwarz uncovers some details that are atypical for a Shaker piece – and some that are just downright strange. David Charlesworth shows how to tune up and use Scraper Planes
in the war against tear-out. Rob Millard outlines a clever technique when banding Inlay for Curves
. Learn about Taming the Top-heavy Router
by replacing your router's base with a shop-made version. George R. Walker explains how Mouldings Emphasize a Form
and provides techniques for proportions and layout in this issue's Design Matters column. Bob Flexner answers Twenty Questions
based on the articles he has written for Popular Woodworking Magazine
. Using period inventories and other sources, Peter Follansbee helps piece together the puzzle of A 1600s Joiner's Tool Kit.
We review A New Track in Routers
in this issue's Tool Test and the I Can Do That project is A Picnic of a Build
. Plus reader Letters, Tricks of the Trade, Glossary and more.
Online Extras: To view accompanying online extras, visit the Popular Woodworking Magazine June 2010 page.