Woodsmith April/May 2003

June 24, 2010 § Leave a comment

Woodsmith April/May 2003
Magazine | PDF File | 28.4 Mo | 41 pages
Over the years, I have subscribed to several woodworking publications. While I am no woodworking wizard, I am an enthusiast who find the projects and writing of the Woodsmith staff to be among the best I have read. The pages are durable (unlike the cheap paper found in some magazines), the projects are interesting, the 

 work shop projects and jigs are fun and best of all, no advertisements to weed through. Just page after page of useful information. Each magazine provides a cutlist (nothing unique to Woodsmith) and specific information for hardware (where to get it, the product number and finish) or other misc materials they use in their projects. They also have free woodworking videos online.

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Woodsmith February/March 2003

June 22, 2010 § Leave a comment


Woodsmith February/March 2003
Magazine | PDF File | 33.9 Mo | 45 pages
Over the years, I have subscribed to several woodworking publications. While I am no woodworking wizard, I am an enthusiast who find the projects and writing of the Woodsmith staff to be among the best I have read. The pages are durable (unlike the cheap paper found in some magazines), the projects are interesting, the 
 work shop projects and jigs are fun and best of all, no advertisements to weed through. Just page after page of useful information. Each magazine provides a cutlist (nothing unique to Woodsmith) and specific information for hardware (where to get it, the product number and finish) or other misc materials they use in their projects. They also have free woodworking videos online.
 

Woodsmith December/January 2003

June 19, 2010 § Leave a comment

Woodsmith December/January 2003
Magazine | PDF File | 9.81 Mo | 36 pages
Over the years, I have subscribed to several woodworking publications. While I am no woodworking wizard, I am an enthusiast who find the projects and writing of the Woodsmith staff to be among the best I have read. The pages are durable (unlike the cheap paper found in some magazines), the projects are interesting, the 
 work shop projects and jigs are fun and best of all, no advertisements to weed through. Just page after page of useful information. Each magazine provides a cutlist (nothing unique to Woodsmith) and specific information for hardware (where to get it, the product number and finish) or other misc materials they use in their projects. They also have free woodworking videos online.

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