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Night Table (PM Anniversary Plan) - A mahogany night stand with wenge detailing and inlays


Rocking Chair - This is a chair that's not designed for anything practical, like eating or working, but simply created for one purpose--relaxation.


Rocking Chair - This oversized rocker has classic lines and a comfortable leather seat.


Corner Shelf - This corner shelves project is a very simple weekend project. The shelves are made out of plywood with cheap pine used as the edging to give the effect of a thicker, more solid type of wood.


Country Shelf - Besides being a great addition to your kitchen or bathroom, this country shelf is a good exercise in cutting curves and sanding edges.


Leaning Tower of Shelves - This stylish but sturdy shelf unit will neatly hold your stuff - and you can build it in a day.


Rustic Step Shelf - The unit can be used as a room divider, to stack towels in the bathroom, or simply as storage.


Choosing a Finish - Though undaunted by complex joinery or intricate and precise machining, many woodworkers still cringe at the thought of applying a finish to their work. “What’s the best finish for my project” is one of the first hurdles to overcome.


Cutting Crown Molding - The advantage to cutting crown molding using this method is that no bevel cut is required. Therefore, when adjusting the saw for out of square corners, the user needs to only adjust the miter system, as opposed to both miter and bevel systems when laying crown materials flat.


Cutting Wide Boards on a Table Saw - Cutting wide boards using the miter gauge on a table saw.