Wood Magazine

Wood Magazine

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Wood magazine is designed for woodworkers of all skill level. Each issue is filled with new ideas, easy to follow instructions to boost the skills of any craftsman, tool reviews, woodworker profiles, shop tips and safety advice. This magazine subscription includes many special projects with complete details, step by step guides, and pullout patterns.

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Pros

  • Engaging articles (5)
  • Quality photos (5)
  • Up-to-date content (5)
  • Well written articles (5)
  • Insightful analysis (3)

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    5.0

    Hubby looks forward to every new issue.

    By Rock head hubby

    from Florida

    About Me Everyday Reader

    Pros

    • Engaging Articles
    • Insightful Analysis
    • Quality Photos
    • Up-To-Date Content
    • Well Written Articles

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Wood:

        Increase knowledge

         
        5.0

        An excellent magazine for woodworkers.

        By A hobbiest woodworker.

        from SLC, UT

        About Me Everyday Reader

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Engaging Articles
        • Insightful Analysis
        • Quality Photos
        • Up-To-Date Content
        • Well Written Articles

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Reference
          • Travel Reading

          Comments about Wood:

          I like the projects. I love the tips and tricks section. I pick up something new every issue.

           
          5.0

          The 'classic' continues

          By Steve

          from Dubuque

          About Me Everyday Reader

          Pros

          • Engaging Articles
          • Quality Photos
          • Up-To-Date Content
          • Well Written Articles

          Cons

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            • Helpful And Practical Ti

            Comments about Wood:

            This magazine provides helpful detailed articles on various woodworking skills and projects. Great magazine for beginners and those with much experience as well.

             
            5.0

            one of the best woodworking mags.

            By jcart

            from columbia, sc

            About Me Everyday Reader

            Verified Reviewer

            Pros

            • Engaging Articles
            • Quality Photos
            • Up-To-Date Content
            • Well Written Articles

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Older Readers
              • Reference

              Comments about Wood:

              Great for all skill levels of woodworking.

               
              5.0

              One of the best wood working magazines

              By Bob the builder

              from Ishpeming, MI

              About Me Everyday Reader

              Pros

              • Engaging Articles
              • Insightful Analysis
              • Quality Photos
              • Up-To-Date Content
              • Well Written Articles

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Older Readers
                • Reference
                • Travel Reading
                • Younger Readers

                Comments about Wood:

                I am a retired building contractor who now does wood working as a hobby and finally have the time to build some furniture pieces for my children. I have at least 100 issues of Wood Magazine put away that contain many great projects. They will make great gifts for years to come.

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