Friday 25 November 2016
Andy Coates sets off using simple off-set techniques to make a contemporary decorative bowl
As I have mentioned in previous articles, bowls are pretty much the stock-in-trade for most woodturners. Ho
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Thursday 24 November 2016
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In issue 21 of Woodworking Crafts, in our ‘Techniques’ section, Jason Townsend makes a useful sanding bow; the Editor shares his 10 best tips for chisel work; Paul Purn
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In issue 252 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking we have lots for you to enjoy. In our ‘Projects & Techniques’ section, Douglas Coates begins a new series explaining t
Monday 21 November 2016
This month Chris Publow tells us about the life and work of Nelson Cassinger
A very interesting novel could be written about the life of Nelson Cassinger. He’s had a colourful past riddled with stori
Friday 18 November 2016
Peter Wood decides not to throw his toys out of the pram and instead makes himself a rattle…
In this article I’m going to show you how to turn a baby’s rattle on the pole lathe. It’ll allow you to tr
Monday 14 November 2016
If you have ever dreamt of building your own boat from a kit, then take a look at the 9ft Nutshell. Richard Johnstone-Bryden is given a lesson in how to put the kit together, by Greenway Marine’s Jona
Friday 11 November 2016
Mike Wood carves a pair of festive robins
Robins in a winter setting: it’s an iconic image that many people find heartwarming. My chirpy duo here pick up on the traditional scene with snow, holly and
In this DVD, Swedish woodworker Jogge Sundqvist shows you how to use only hand tools - axe, knife, adz, and gouge - to make a dough bowl and spoon, from start to finish. You'll also learn how to visua...
This inspiring book provides a wealth of fascinating projects for woodturners. It will extend their skills and give them a chance to try more unusual, challenging pieces. The book reflects the author’...
Everyone needs more storage for books and other media. That's why building shelving is so popular among woodworkers, whether the project is a simple shelved built-in or a high-style bookcase. While bu...
Wayne Barton demonstrates this wonderfully simple and direct way to decorate furniture, cabinets, boxes, plaques and utensils.
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The newest title in the A Woodcarving Illustrated Book series, this holiday how-to guide from accomplished carver, Ross Oar offers carvers of all skill levels more than 20 original patterns of Santa a...
Now you can build fascinating dinosaur models-just like those sold in museums-from a piece of plywood. This book shows how even beginners can use the scroll saw to form puzzle pieces for seven differe...
Woodworker Jim Cummins shows you how to transform that small scrap you can't bear to throw away, into a valued treasure. In addition to several intriguing boxes with many variations, you'll discover a...
Now you can watch your own private demonstration on chairmaking with this valuable DVD from Jeff Miller. In clear, simple language, he shows you precisely how to create and put together framed chairs,...
Now in paperback, this step-by-step shop reference, culled from the first six volumes of Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guides, covers all of the fundamental techniques every woodworker needs to know....
This DVD shows how both machines can be used safely and with confidence. As well as basic safe sawing techniques, the programme features a number of useful jigs and holders that can be made in the wor...
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