Lee Valley Tools  Woodworking Newsletter
 Vol. 2, Issue 5
 May 2008
Featured Articles
Squaring Boards Using Hand Planes and an Historic Book
Squaring Boards Using Hand Planes
and a Historic Book
Sometimes our boards are too wide for our power equipment. Instead of ripping these beauties into narrow strips, you can flatten them using a hand plane, a marking gauge, a couple of sticks and a square. Once you know the basic strokes, it's easier to do than you might think.
Installing Crown Molding
Installing Crown Molding
Crown molding is an elegant way to finish a room, but its installation can be somewhat intimidating, especially since few of us live in perfectly straight and square houses. Learn the tricks behind fitting both miter and cope joints so that you can achieve clean, tight joints…even on crooked walls. Read more...
Woodworker Safety
Woodworkers may think the issue of safety is something that should be common sense. Still, we've all heard at least one shop horror story, which means that for the beginner, or even the professional, taking a few moments to review basic safety rules is never time wasted. Read more...
What's New in Woodworking
Quick-Release Hole Saw Arbor

Hole Saw Arbor
Template Sander

Veritas® Lapping Plate

Lapping Plate
Abranet® Sanding Discs

Sanding Discs
Breathable Polyester Coveralls

Polyester Coveralls
Veritas® Bench Stud

Bench Stud
All-Purpose Scissors

Veritas® Bench Anchor

Bench Anchor
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