American designers Von Tundra have created an oak dining chair with a raw maple seat and backrest. Called Prairie Chair, it's constructed using pegged T halving joints where the rails sit inside notches cut in the legs. The project draws on vernacular furniture from the American Midwest. Here's some more information from the designers: -- More

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The Complete Guide to Joint-Making More

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Chopping out some more butterflies; this time on the top to span a couple knots that split. One on each bookmatched piece.

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This is one of those things I didn't see coming, but which makes perfect sense. Festool's engineers have exploited the mortise-cutting capabilities of the Domino (specifically, the big-boy XL) by creating knockdown fasteners that can be inserted the same way as loose tenons. Here's the demo they were giving

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Skill Set: Making A Butterfly Spline (Or "Arikata")

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roundwood timberframing - Google Search

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