Father’s Day gifts and woodworking plans

Give dad a gift he will use. Give him something for his workshop

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Roger Yip

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Forget the ties and mugs and get your dad something he’ll actually use this Father’s Day. If your father likes to build projects in the shop, treat him to one of our tool picks. If your dad loves woodworking projects, but isn’t too handy, you could build something for him. Here are some ideas:


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