Rustic furniture can be a great addition to any room in your house. If you struggle with the joinery or would like to discover the best way to “connect the parts,” let George Vondriska show you a foolproof method to perfect mortise and tenon joinery .
George Vondriska provides step-by-step instruction on how to use an FMT (Frame Mortise and Tenon ) jig to cut a tenon and mortise.
Mortise - and - tenon joinery is one of the most reliable we have, but if your tenons are not sized properly, or they are inconsistent, it can make difficult times in assembling your projects. George Vondriska reveals a shop trick he has learned that results
The Family Handyman editor, Ken Collier, shows you how to glue and clamp biscuit joints for a strong and nearly invisible joint.
Take your woodworking skills up a notch. Learn how to make the four basic biscuit joints with these close-up, step-by-step photos and videos.
Even a novice can build nice cabinets. Make tight, strong wood joints quickly and easily with pockets screws. No clamps, no dowels. We show you how to do it in two steps.
We'll show you how to replace a damaged hardwood floorboard in just a couple hours using basic carpentry tools. This article covers removing a hole-filled or otherwise damaged tongue - and - groove board, then installing a new one.
Assemble this attractive, comfortable garden bench. We show you how to build it so it's strong and durable, using a simple biscuit joinery technique.
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