Just Add Logs
A Better Combination Square
The Ultimate Portaband Accessory
Measuring Tool from Yesteryear
Super Saw Rasp
User-Friendly Glue Bottle
A Handsome Leather Apron
The Best Way to Make a Square Hole
Really Sweet Sweetheart Chisels
Woodworker's Lumber Assortment
M-Powertools Point 2 Point Spacing Tool
If you always have a heck of time trying to figure out equal spacing for things like coat hooks and shelf locations, check out the Point 2 Point Mk2 layout tool from M-Powertools.
The Mk2 is an accordion-like apparatus with seven adjustable marking points. Just stretch it out so the distance between the marking points (or every two or three marking points) is the proper space you need, tighten the pinch bolts and mark the locations on your project. You can also use it to space fasteners, find center points and figure out how many small boards you can cut out of a larger one.
A Superior Handsaw
When was the last time you used a handsaw? It was probably dull and hard to push, and chances are, you couldn't follow a straight line to save your life. But saws are not all created equal. Irwin's 15-in. Universal Handsaw is truly remarkable: It's extremely sharp and easy to grip, and it cuts up to three times faster than other handsaws. The secret is in the teeth. They're ground with three faces then hardened to stay sharp much longer than a conventional saw's teeth. Irwin calls this a 'universal' saw because it performs equally well with the grain and across the grain. Keep it around to break down longer boards that don't easily fit on your miter saw. And carry it with you to the lumberyard to cut down long lengths of wood so they fit in your car for the ride home. The teeth can't be sharpened, but at this price, who cares?