Fine Woodworking Magazine
Fine Woodworking is a hobby magazine for woodworkers of all skill levels looking to carve out new projects and improve their skills. From design and project ideas to tool reviews and tips for setting up a good workshop, Fine Woodworking is a craftsmen's ultimate tool.More Info >>
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About Fine Woodworking
A trusted and time-tested source for all woodworking enthusiasts, Fine Woodworking has the plans, tips and information to help all craftsmen improve their skills and capture the sense of accomplishment that can only come from creating something with one's own hands.
Fine Woodworking is filled with plans and projects to meet and improve the skills of all woodworkers, from the aspiring beginner to the accomplished craftsmen. Whether readers are looking for plans for a classic sideboard, an Asian-inspired accent piece, simple arts and crafts, or a piece to store and organize their tools, Fine Woodworking is sure to have it.
It also features a wealth of information in how-to sections, from safety and fundamentals to finishing and specialty skills. To help each reader create the perfect area to practice their hobby, Fine Woodworking provides workshop advice, providing ideas and tips for workshop layout, storage ideas, safety, workstations and jigs, and more. And with Fine Woodworking's tool guide, each reader's workshop is sure to be filled with the right tools, from hand tools to power tools and machinery.
Fine Woodworking is the passionate craftsmen's guide to all the techniques and tools needed to be a fine woodworker.
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Though not as well known, Woodworker West is probably the most useful of all the woodworking publications. It tells you what going on in the woodworking/woodturning world and has interesting features and craftsman profiles. For the professional, it has an opportunity section, telling you where you can show your work or what competitions to enter.
Great magazine for the serious woodworker who enjoys the whys and hows of woodworking.
Fine Woodworking is a consistently high-quality publication with articles written by professionals and accomplished woodworkers. It features articles on a gamut of woodworking subjects from reviews of tools and supplies to methods and design. Unlike many other woodworking magazines which aim low, with projects like simple bird feeders, Fine Woodworking is about creating heirloom quality masterpieces, treating woodworking as equal parts science and art.
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For the professional or the gifted amateur, Fine Woodworking magazine should be part of your basic library. It is informative and well written. It's a must have for every one who works with wood.
Woodworkers might have different views about many things in their craft but all seem to agree that Fine Woodworking is a the top for woodworking magazines. They started at the top in the 70s and they have stayed there. They have made changes, in format and in scope but they still lead the pack in the quality of their content, text and images (excellence in both illustration and photography) and a good sense of how to portray teaching a woodworking skill in a magazine.