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Matt Vanderlist
It's me, who'd you expect?
It's me, who'd you expect?

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Dados and rabbets are essential joints to learn and master for your projects. Thankfully with projects like this utensil organizer, you can practice making several of each.

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MicroJig is celebrating 15 years of making woodshops safer by offering a $15 rebate on the purchase of select GRR-RIPPER models.

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It's been a while since I've "restored" any vintage tools I picked up from antique stores or flea markets.

One hard and fast rule I have has everything to do with the blades.

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It's always nice to be included in the top of anything lists!

Thanks to the staff of Drum Sander Specialists for including me.

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If you loved the project plans Brian Benham, of Benham Design Concepts, made for the Tall Dresser Project and also for Aiden's Platform Bed then you'll love this news.

Brian started a downloadable plans store on his new website "The Wooden Craftsman."

Checkout his current plans, available in both PDF, Sketchup and a combo version which includes both.

And if you don't see what you're looking for, Brian also has a section where you can submit ideas and suggestions for what you'd like to see available.

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I've been getting some great feedback on my latest turning project.

Thanks to everyone!

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Next stop along the woodturning journey is bowls...apparently?

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Looking for eBooks, Digital downloads of articles, magazines, plans and even videos from your favorite authors and woodworkers?

Between now and the end of the year get 30% OFF Digital Products at Shop Woodworking.

This is a great time to add to your collection and take them with you on your favorite device wherever you go!

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So much to be thankful for this year, but most of all I'm thankful for family and friends like the ones I have!

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As my former co-host at Wood Talk (it'll take a while to get use to saying that) was saying yesterday, we helped each other out in the early days of podcasting.

Shannon sent me a file to play during the slow summer months and it started him down a road we're all pretty thankful he took.
While doing some website maintenance today, I found that episode...enjoy!
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