If you couldn’t tell, I am working mostly on stuff for the shop, and here is another entry. I just can’t stomach spending an arm and a leg for a manufactured jig when I can use the practice building the darn thing anyways. The more I practice on stuff in the shop, the more those mistakes stay in the shop and not on the real furniture. This tenoning jig was in a Wood Magazine compilation. I liked that it had a double stop so that you could set it up to cut both sides of the tenon without removing it from the jig. I tried it out, and it worked fairly well.