While I occasionally buy single issues of woodworking magazine on the newsstand, the only one I’ve ever subscribed to is Woodworking Magazine. Organized around a theme, each issue formed a cohesive whole with great techniques and projects. I was sad to see it fold in 2009. Popular Woodworking has re-printed the first eight issues, and they’re now available on Amazon. While I enjoyed every issue, I especially like issues 2, 3, and 4. I built a modified version of the Roubo-style bench featured in issue 4, and I’ve written before about the Stickley magazine stand from issue 3 and Shaker-inspired side table from issue 2.