Coming in the November 2014 issue:
Learn how a live-edge top and spalted beech doors bring an organic twist to the clean lines of a hanging cabinet that mixes classic and contemporary.
Michael Dunbar, the wizard of Windsor, shows you three clever joints that will help your chairs stay together for centuries, no matter how much your sitters lean, plop and squirm.
Chuck Bender trims away confusion to show you the four router profiles your shop shouldn't be without.
Plus you will learn how to make sand-shaded "Bookend Inlay" from Frank Vucolo - it is a techniques that will come in handy for his December article on a Federal bow-front table. You will also learn how to make a contemporary splay-leg table that looks hard to build - but despite the splay legs, it is not.
Looking for inspiration for a fall project? In the November issue you will find plenty as we present the winners of the second annual PWM Excellence Awards, as determined by you and the editors. You will love how our Grand-Prize winner used walnut, ebony, ash and dyed sycamore to create remarkable marquetry in his winning entry.