Nuts about Walnut
Black walnut trees commonly reach heights of 100' or more with 3'-diameter trunks, yielding copious amounts of consistent, straight grain—a lumberman's dream.
Working with pine, tips and tricks for success
The same wood you used in shop class lends a nice look to country-style furniture.
What's the difference between yellow poplar and tulip poplar?
In my part of the country, yellow poplar is readily available. I hear people from other parts of the country talk about tulip poplar. What’s the difference?
What the heck is QSWO?
I see the abbreviation QSWO in the woodmagazine.com forums a lot and have no idea what it means. Any help?
What is 'frake'?
I came across an article discussing the use of a wood called “frake” in a ship’s interior. Where does this wood come from, and where can I get some to work with?