Popular Woodworking 2002-04 № 127, страница 5

Popular Woodworking 2002-04 № 127, страница 5

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30 Ultimate Tool Cabinet

If you've got the tools, the time, the wood and the skills, then we've got the project. This father-and-son tool cabinet is your final exam in case construction. If you're not ready to take the test, you still can learn a lot about designing tool storage for whatever type of tool cabinet is on your drawing board. By Glen and Malcolm Huey

42 All-Weather Morris Chair

Armed with $40 in pine, a saw and a drill, you can build this fall-asleep-in-it outdoor Morris chair. Start in the morning, and it'll be ready by nap time. Our personal best time for construction: four hours.

A Child's Double Dulcimer



This Appalachian folk instrument is easy to play and build (no curves here). Our version is designed so two people can play at the same time.

By Claude Crowley

Shaker Storage Cabinet

Whatever you've got to store, this face-frame cabinet can probably take it.

Two different shelving systems help you pack away stuff that's either heavy or light.

By Troy Sexton

66 Knockdown Bookcase

This unusual and useful Arts & Crafts bookcase can be taken completely apart with four raps of a hammer.

80 Seedling Shelter

This simple "cold frame" helps nurture your spring plantings during winter.

By Jim Stuard

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Built in a garage using machines found in most home shops, this tool cabinet is one ultimate woodworking project. Father-and-son team Glen and Malcolm Huey joined forces to show you how to build enough storage space for almost any set of tools.

Cover photo by Al Parrish


6 Out on a Limb

Feeling Set Up

8 Letters

Mail from readers

12 Q & A

We answer readers' most difficult questions

26 American Woodshops

Scott Phillips visits the shop of dulcimer maestro Warren May.

28 Deltagram

Roller supports

83 Caption the Cartoon

Win a Freud FJ85 jigsaw

88 Out of the Woodwork

Woodworker meets wordworker by Philip Leon

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