How to

How to get stronger endgrain joints.

In homage to the late James Krenov, Iain Green makes a handplane in the style Krenov popularised.

Making, re-making and deciding what looks ‘right’ is part of the design process. Story by Robert Howard.

Making the most of a 6” myrtle board, Andrew Potocnik creates a segmented bowl with that extra bit of detailing and effort.

A visit to the $2 shop saves time and mess.

How to achieve accuracy in a project with heirloom potential, by Geoff Birtles

There's an upside and a downside to working with timber veneers, says Steve Hay.

How to make a 'cordless' sander.

Candles are cheap and very useful in the workshop.

Save money on sandpaper with this simple tip.

Here's a handy tip from TV woodworking presenter Steve Hay.

Neil Scobie shows how one wrong can make two rights.

Sawn and joined slabs are angled for outdoor comfort. Story by Graham Sands.

Saw and rearrange salvaged timber and offcuts to make Denis Tapley’s contrasting cheeseboards.

Donald Powell explains how to make a homemade wood belt buckle to add character and charm to an essential item of clothing.