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kaleidoscopes
 plans, 40:54–40:60
 supplies, source, 40:58
 techniques for making, 42:4
kanaban plates, source, 18:31
Kassay, John, sharpening scraper planes, 28:8
Katie Junior
 dovetail jig
  reviewed, 85:34
Katie Junior, dovetail jig, reviewed, 85:34
Kaufmann, Henry, 9:3
Kehoe
 spline jig, 100:36–37
Kehoe, spline jig, 100:36–37
Kelly, Patrick, three-legged stool, 24:25–24:27
Kelsey, John
 cabinet doors, 60:48–60:53
 corner joint design, 52:38–52:43
 drawers, making solid-wood, 56:50–56:55
 edge joint design, 50:28–50:33
 gauges, 65:44–65:47
 joint design for man-made boards, 53:26–53:31
 rail joint design, 51:52–51:57
 rebuilding an old case piece, 68:50–68:53
 torsion boxes, 63:67–63:71
 tusk tenons, 64:52–64:55
 workbench, shop-made, 58:36–58:40, 59:8
Kempinski, Robert, plantation shutters, 59:68–59:72
Kenney, Doug, spoked wheels, 8:52–8:56
Kerbschnitzen, defined, 2:18
Kerf bending
 process of, 86:48
Kerf bending, process of, 86:48
kerfing, on turning blanks, 3:8
Kerfs
 jig for, 93:83
Kerfs, jig for, 93:83
Keson
 pencil sharpener, 99:36
Keson, pencil sharpener, 99:36
keyhole hanger, 1:10
 installing plates for, 51:61
 sources, 80:34
Keyhole slots
 making, 89:84, 89:86, 89:88
 screws for
  installing, 89:89
 screws for, installing, 89:89
 templates for, 104:22
Khaya
 discussed, 103:36, 103:40–44
Khaya, discussed, 103:36, 103:40–44
kickback
 on router, and bits, 33:53
 on shaper, 11:50–11:51
 on tablesaw, 9:17, 65:18
Kieffer, Bruce
 answers questions, 108:8–14
 dovetail jigs reviewed, 84:66–84:73
 on hall table, 108:50–61
 on router lift, 106:38–47
 on shop cabinets, 112:44–56
 on table, 108:50–61
 on tools, 111:24–34
 pie safe, 79:70–79:77
 Stickley-style sideboard, 74:50–74:57
Kiley, David, profile of Charles Rennie Mackintosh,
  67:56–67:57
Kilns
 making, 94:42–55
 operating, 94:52–55
kilns, wood-drying
 operation, 21:54
 source, 7:8, 21:54
Kinsman, J. Gregory
 Arts and Crafts display cabinet, 32:43–32:47
 working with mica, 40:10–40:12
Kirby, Ian J.
 cabinet doors, 60:48–60:53
 corner joint design, 52:38–52:43
 drawers, making solid-wood, 56:50–56:55
 edge joint design, 50:28–50:33
 frame and panel jigs, 70:66–70:69
 furniture and projects
  Parsons-style table, 70:52–70:53
  rebuilding an old case piece, 68:50–68:53
  workbench, shop-made, 58:36–58:40
 gauges, 65:44–65:47
 glue up techniques, 73:78–73:81
 grinding system and techniques, 71:68–71:71
 joint design for man-made boards, 53:26–53:31
 lumber selection, 74:76–74:79
 rail joint design, 51:52–51:57
 rolling shop cabinet, 72:79–72:83
 shellac and wax finishing, 66:58–66:61
 three-way mitered joints, 70:54–70:55
 torsion boxes, 63:67–63:71
 tusk tenons, 64:52–64:55
 veneering with leather, 68:54–68:55
Kitchens
 upgrade projects for, 102:34–41
kitchens
 cabinet construction, 59:36–59:41
 laying out, 59:42–59:43
Kitchens, upgrade projects for, 102:34–41
Klausz, Frank
 bookmatching, 34:16
 chisels, 47:68
 dovetail saw modifications, 35:12
 dovetails
  hand cut, 77:42–77:43
  tapered sliding, 56:80–56:81
 edge tools, 48:4–48:9
 finishing
  creating a hard finish, 40:12–40:13
  restoring a finish, 36:58–36:61
  wipe-on, 57:78–57:80
 furniture and projects
  kitchen table, 68:40–68:44
  magic coin bank, 51:34–51:35
  snowflakes, 70:75–70:77
  step stool, 77:37–77:41
 pre-catalyzed lacquer, 40:13–40:14
 shoulder vise reinforcement, 27:8
 tuning a bench plane, 61:38–61:41
 twist-lock marking gauge, 42:76–42:77
 waterstone holder, 56:44–56:45
Klein
 lathe
  recommended, 97:64
 lathe, recommended, 97:64
 mini-lathe
  recommended, 90:120
 mini-lathe, recommended, 90:120
Klein, Bonnie, turning chatter, 45:40
klinker, shop-made, 58:71
Klinkowsky, Vera, on Roaring Lion Chair Company,
  43:20
Knepp, Michael, aligning edging with countertop,
  35:12
knife block, laminated, 1:34
knife hinges. See also hinges
 installing, 66:57
 sources for, 60:56
 wooden, making, 42:80
Knives
 scorer
  for plastic-laminate, 102:44, 102:45
knives. See also circular saw blades; specific tool
 chip carving, 56:46–56:47
 chisel
  by Yeung Chan, 32:42
  for lathe, 32:40–32:42
 choosing and using, 48:9
 drawknife, 14:39–14:40
 sharpening, 82:80
Knives, scorer, for plastic-laminate, 102:44, 102:45
Knobs
 attaching
  with T-nuts, 86:16
 attaching, with T-nuts, 86:16
 drying rack for, 85:108
 hanger bolts for, 106:45
 star
  source for, 87:94
 star, source for, 87:94
 T-style
  source for, 93:108
 T-style, source for, 93:108
knobs and pulls
 brass (See brass hardware and pulls)
 bulls-eye, making, 44:49
 drawer and door, source for, 54:40, 79:77
 face-grain, source, 72:94
 for jigs, 74:44
 hand-forged, source, 39:47
 machine, source for, 53:10
 porcelain, source, 1:54, 13:45
 pulls
  construction details, 60:39
  for period furniture, selecting, 47:70–47:73
  hand-forged, source, 39:47
  reproduction, source, 32:47
  sources for, 53:12
 reproduction
  selecting, 47:70–47:73
  source, 32:47
 Shaker style, source, 84:89
 shop-made, 54:28, 60:34
 with threaded inserts, sources for, 58:56
knockdown fasteners
 sources, 40:53
 types, 40:50–40:53
knockdown joints
 biscuit-joiner hardware, 2:26–2:27
 tusk tenons, 64:52–64:55
 wedged-through tenons, 61:49
Knots
 finishing, 106:36
 removal of, 89:22–23, 106:30, 106:32
 stabilizing, 101:53, 101:54, 106:32
 working with, 106:28–36
knots, repairing, 72:16
Koa
 curly, 89:124
koa, characteristics and uses, 39:66
Koa, curly, 89:124
Kopf, Silas, Boulle inlays, 72:52–72:57
Kopil, Kevin, Arts and Crafts table, 53:48–53:52
koppa gaeshi, defined, 34:66
Korn, Peter
 bench chisels, 47:67
 bent lamination techniques, 38:28–38:32
 cupped wood, 45:62
 keeping solid-wood surfaces flat, 45:58
 making breadboard ends, 45:58–45:62
 making frame-and-panel doors, 31:22–31:25
 removable planer board for thickness planer, 49:10
 resawing on bandsaw, 38:31
 scrapers, 47:34–47:36, 50:6
 setting shoulder-plane iron, 38:20
 tuning a bench plane, 39:14–39:16
Krause, Ed
 air filtration systems, shop-made, 80:43–80:47
 dust collectors reviewed, 80:81–80:85
 No. 1 common, virtues of, 84:34–84:42
 on plywood edging, 87:54–58
 sharpening techniques, 82:78–82:81
Kreg
 pocket-hole system, 104:54–57
Kreg Tool
 hold-down, 97:16
Kreg Tool, hold-down, 97:16
Kreg, pocket-hole system, 104:54–57
Krenov, James, 12:70, 17:57, 32:54
 designing furniture, 47:63
 finishes, 47:64
 hand tools, 47:64
 teaching philosophy, 47:60–47:65
 tenons, 10:6
Kroyer, Frank
 lead wreath by, 87:73
Kroyer, Frank, lead wreath by, 87:73
kugihiki saw
 defined, 48:8
 using, 48:8
kumiko (Japanese latticework), making and
  assembling, 60:58–60:60
Kunkel, Wally, removing glue squeeze-out, 33:10
Kvitka, Dan
 bowl by, 99:102
Kvitka, Dan, bowl by, 99:102

 

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