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Magazines, Journals, Publishers

Woodworker's Journal is the "Voice of the Woodworking Community". Now celebrating its 25th anniversary, Woodworker's Journal offers projects, tips, tool reviews and techniques for woodworkers of all skill levels! Subscribe online! Subscribe to Woodworker's Journal online

Visit logo for WoodWorker's Journal "your best source for woodworking tips, techniques, tool reviews and literally thousands of great plans."

The ultimate resource for the hobbyist or professional woodworker, providing detailed plans, shop-tips, full-size patterns, industry news, new product info, step-by-step instructions, new techniques and methods, jigs and fixtures and a wealth of other valuable information to improve your skills and enhance your enjoyment of time spent in the shop.
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Jeff Greef Woodworking writes books and magazine articles of woodworking project plans, techniques, and resources for the home hobbyist woodworker.

"From the simple to the complex, and all points in-between, as well as tools and books for sale, interviews with interesting woodworkers, articles on specific woodworking techniques, ... all oriented to the needs of the amateur."
See his author page on Amazon, and search Fine Woodworking.

logobwgd.gif (3K)Better Woodworking"Helping you to be a better woodworker by providing instant access to the information you need."

Vendors, Suppliers, Etc.

These companies provide the wherewithal for users to enjoy themselves! Nominations?

Here are some commonly used links for the woodworking superstore:
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hand screw clamps and related items
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Online Specials

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A repository of information on the use and preservation of old and antique woodworking tools: sources of tools and materials, events, organizations, books, and places to visit, both real and virtual.

The Woodworker's Workshop (formerly theWoodchuck Canuck) is run by
Jim Barry
P.O. Box 147
Gander, Newfoundland
Canada, A1V 1W5

It provides free woodworking plans for over 900 DIY projects, along with expert tips on woodworking.

Advanced Scroll Saw Patterns, original designs by Jeff Zaffino.

With a keen eye for detail and a devotion to realism seldom found in typical scroll saw patterns, Jeff Zaffino's designs are for the scroller who wants to take their work to the next level.

Jeff enjoys the challenge of capturing minute detail in wood while constantly flirting with the stability of the piece. This fine line between Scroll Saw Art and what he likes to call "designer firewood" are what makes his patterns so appealing.

American Scrollsawing/Creative Woodcraft Plans America's favorite woodworking plans and patterns since 1985. Our plans are ideal for woodworkers, scrollsawyers and do-it-yourselfers of all skill levels. The unique "trace/saw/assemble" designs are shop-tested and proven. The simple-to-follow plans features detailed step-by-step instructions, full-size traceable patterns (where needed), in-progress photos, exploded diagrams and complete materials lists and cutting schedules.

logo of u-bild "U-Bild has been the premier publisher of woodworking project plans for more than half a century. Our catalog went online in 1998.

"U-Bild plans are ideal for woodworkers and do-it-yourselvers of all skill levels. Their unique "trace, saw, and assemble" designs feature simple-to-follow patterns that allow even beginners to achieve professional results."

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