Attention, woodworkers! Be the envy of your neighbors! Here are more than two dozen ingenious projects for setting up your workshop to save time, money, and frustration. Woodworking is a passion for just about everyone that learns it. What is not a passion is making sure your woodworking shop is set up in the best way possible to maximize workspace, reduce waste, and keep things organized. It can be difficult finding woodworking projects that are challenging and useful without being too complex, too time-consuming, or too much for the woodworker's skill set. This book addresses all of that and more. Within, you get: *Advice and instruction on organizing your workshop to maximize your workshop space and efficiency *How to create a realistic project list *Guidance on how to maintain and store woodworking tools, equipment, supplies, and materials in a way that will take advantage of the work area and storage space you have but still allow room for growth and space to work *Detailed instructions and designs for over two dozen woodworking projects that will teach the beginner and let the seasoned woodworker hone their skills. *Each project provides detailed plans, including a materials list, a needed equipment list, detailed illustrations, and step-by-step instructions. The project designs include: a rolling lumber cart, storage bins, handcrafted joiner's mallet, downdraft workbench, shop table and sanding disc caddy, and many more. This book's contributors are as passionate about their work and their workshop as you are! Chris Marshall is a contributing editor a The Woodworker's Journal. John English is a contributing editor to Woodcraft magazine and served as an editor for Today's Woodworker. Sandor Nagyszalanczy is a furniture designer, freelance writer, photographer, and consultant with over 25 years of experience. Kerry Pierce is a furniture expert who has written 4 books and actively works with many collectors and magazines. Whether you are just starting out with woodworking or looking for tips on how to hone your craft, here is a book that will give you the "how-to" you need to succeed.