elcome to Woodsmithl Do you want to learn all the tips and tricks that can make you a better woodworker? Would you like to build practical projects that not only look good, but give you an opportunity to try your hand at interesting techniques as well? If this all sounds good, then I think Woodsmith is the right magazine for you. But you don't have to take my word for it, just check out some of the things this issue has to offer.
For starters, there are three great practical, versatile projects in this issue — a tile-top table, a tall bookcase, and a classic oak tool cabinet. And you'll find a range of projects like this in each issue of Woodsmith — everything from quick, weekend projects to functional storage projects to fine, heirloom furniture projects.
But Woodsmith is more than just great woodworking plans. You'll also find helpful, time-saving tips and skill-building ideas that you can use in your shop. Each issue contains over ten different departments that cover virtually every aspect of woodworking, from tools and shops to joinery techniques and finishing. For example, take a look at the one-hour workshop article on page 30. There you'll find ten workbench accessories, any one of which you can build in an hour and put right to use in your shop.
I hope you enjoy this complimentary issue of Woodsmith and find it a useful and practical addition to your shop.
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