OK, whether you like ’em or not, woodworking magazines offer outstanding information month after month. Whether project plans, new techniques or reviews of the latest tools, there’s bound to be something for everyone. Now, while each has its own strengths and weaknesses, and every issue of every magazine does offer something new and exciting, I’m sure that each of you has an opinion of what your favorite magazine is.
So, if you had to pick one…
3 thoughts on “Quick Poll”
The Woodworker and Woodturner
The British magazine. First published in 1901 and still going very strong under its new editor Ralph Laughton
I have a hard time choosing between Fine Woodworking and Popular Woodworking.And it’s also hard to beat Woodsmith and Shop Notes.
My absolute favorite is Woodwork Magazine. This month’s featured artist is some guy named David Marks? What I really love about the mag is that it looks at woodworking not only as functional but an artistic outlet.