Axes have found their way into many workshops, and we hear from a lot of woodworkers who love incorporating them into their projects. If you are considering buying an axe but need help understanding the differences between the various axes available at Highland, the video below will help explain how to choose the right axe for you.
Have you seen inlay and liked the look, but aren’t sure how to incorporate it into your own woodworking? With the Whiteside Router Inlay Kit, you can rout pieces into your woodworking to fix small blemishes or add design elements. Matthew Morris demonstrates how to use the kit in the video below, creating butterfly inlays with the Jasper Butterfly Template.
In honor of International Women’s Day, we’re sharing our Women in Woodworking Archives. This is a compilation of all of the past women we have featured in our Women in Woodworking column from Wood News Online, our monthly woodworking newsletter. This column was started by Anne Briggs, also known as Anne of All Trades. She […]
Welcome to “Tips From Sticks-In-The-Mud Woodshop.” I am a hobbyist who loves woodworking and writing for those who also love the craft. I have found some ways to accomplish tasks in the workshop that might be helpful to you, and I enjoy hearing your own problem-solving ideas. Please share them in the COMMENTS section of each […]
No Southern-fried Southern boy wants to be called a Yankee, but we share the characteristics of shrewdness and thrift. Thus, each month we include a money-saving tip. It’s OK if you call me “cheap.” The solution to the moving problem (from Tip #1) started with an almost-freebie. I got some free 3/4″ plywood I found […]
Mr. Organized likes to finish one thing before starting another. Mr. Organized also likes to clean his entire shop between projects. Mr. Organized’s mother used to say, “You’re old enough to know you can’t always have everything you want.” When I was working on the grandkids’ round picnic table, it took so long that I […]