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  • American Woodworker Magazine: December 1991

    by magIssue     Monday, November 9, 2009
    Click the image above to begin reading this magazine. From the Letter from the Editor: Happy Holidays from the Staff of American Woodworker! Click here to begin reading this issue Click here to read more great issues of American Woodworker
  • American Woodworker Magazine: October 1991

    by magIssue     Monday, November 9, 2009
    Click the image above to begin reading this magazine. From the Letter from the Editor: A few months ago, Time magazine ran a cover story entitled, "The Simple Life: Americans Get Back to Basics." Monitoring the pulse of the people as they do...
  • American Woodworker Magazine: August 1991

    by magIssue     Monday, November 9, 2009
    Click the image above to begin reading this magazine. From the Letter from the Editor: In this issue, we've devoted a lot of space to wood: ways to find it, saw it and dry it yourself. We think it's important reading for all woodworkers, even...
  • American Woodworker Magazine: May/June 1991

    by magIssue     Monday, November 9, 2009
    Click the image above to begin reading this magazine. From the Letter from the Editor: It's a tradition. The Great American Summer Vacation. Pack the kids into the family bus and hit the road. While your annual summer jaunt is still in the planning...
  • American Woodworker Magazine: April 1991

    by magIssue     Monday, November 9, 2009
    Click the image above to begin reading this magazine. From the Letter from the Editor: We got a letter recently from a frustrated reader who criticized us for publishing furniture projects that called for tools and machinery he didn't own and couldn't...
  • American Woodworker Magazine: January/February 1991

    by magIssue     Monday, November 9, 2009
    Click the image above to begin reading this magazine. From the Letter from the Editor: Most of us make New Year's resolutions this time of year. We at AW made on we intend to keep: We pledge to satisfy our readers. To keep our part of the bargain...
  • American Woodworker Magazine: December/January 1989

    by magIssue     Friday, October 23, 2009
    Click the image above to begin reading this magazine. From the Letter from the Editor: Happy holidays from the staff at American Woodworker! Click here to begin reading this issue Click here to read more great issues of American Woodworker
  • American Woodworker Magazine: September/October 1989

    by magIssue     Friday, October 23, 2009
    Click the image above to begin reading this issue. From the Letter from the Editor: There are two types of woodworkers in the world: Those who design their own furniture and those who don't. Those who don't think those who do practice some sort...
  • American Woodworker Magazine: July/August 1989

    by magIssue     Friday, October 23, 2009
    Click on the image above to begin reading this magazine. From the Letter from the Editor: In Eastern Pennsylvania, where I live and work, you don't have to dig deep to strike a vein that's rich in history. The frugal, hard-working German and English...
  • American Woodworker Magazine: May/June 1989

    by magIssue     Friday, October 23, 2009
    Click on the image above to begin reading this issue. From the Letter from the Editor: I can't pick up a newspaper or magazine these days without reading about air pollution, rain forests and the "Greenhouse effect." In case you've been...
  • American Woodworker Magazine: March/April 1989

    by magIssue     Friday, October 23, 2009
    Click on the image above to begin reading this magazine From the Letter from the Editor: A couple of weeks ago one of our editors used the expression "pushing the envelope." I thought I was pretty much up on things language wise, but that one...
  • American Woodworker Magazine: January/February 1989

    by magIssue     Friday, October 23, 2009
    Click on the magazine cover to begin reading this issue. It's hard to believe, but the calendar says it's true. It's been a whole year since Founding Editor Jim Jennings handed over the reins of AMERICAN WOODWORKER and said, "Here, kid...
  • American Woodworker Magazine: June/July 2009

    by magIssue     Friday, October 23, 2009
    Click on the magazine cover to start reading this issue for free! A large part of what makes woodworking such a rewarding activity is the wide variety of materials, techniques and tools that are available to work with. As the builder, you get to choose...
  • American Woodworker Magazine: December/January 2009

    by magIssue     Friday, October 23, 2009
    Click here to read this issue online!
  • American Woodworker Magazine: February/March 2009

    by magIssue     Friday, October 23, 2009
    A router's ability to cut, shape, carve and drill makes it one of woodworking's most versatile tools. Its usefulness continues to expand, as evidenced by the large number of new accessories, bits and jigs that come to market every year. And its...