Thursday 03 November 2016
Pick up your copy of Woodturning magazine today!In issue 299 of Woodturning, we have lots for you to enjoy. In ‘Techniques’, Kurt Hertzog talks about epoxy and the correct way to use it; Richard Findl
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Monday 31 October 2016
His headwear might be eye-catching, but it’s John Aitken’s work, which has recently gained a more emotional dimension, that holds the attention. Catherine Kielthy doffs her hat to him
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Friday 28 October 2016
Welcome to From the Forum - Chosen by the MembersIn order to add an area of interest to the forums and to encourage interaction between the different forum sections, the forum members can post to our
Steve Bisco recreates the gilded grandeur of Baroque
Much of my carving inspiration comes from historic houses and this project was inspired by a carved marble chimneypiece dating from the early 170
Thursday 27 October 2016
In issue 20 of Woodworking Crafts, in our ‘Technical’ section, Michael T Collins looks at making your squares sharper in shape; Peter Wood makes a willow arch; Amber Bailey adds decorative metalwork t
In issue 251 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking we have lots for you to enjoy. In our ‘Projects & Techniques’ section, the Editor looks at mortise and tenon joints; Liam Thomas uses the Festool Domi
In issue 153 of Woodcarving is filled with a host of great articles for you. Peter Benson makes two fun and festive projects; Dave Western carves a traditional Viking reindeer; Steve Bisco shows how t
Friday 21 October 2016
Local talent such as Roger Gubbin, Sandra Adams, Alan Thomas, Zoe Gertner, Dave Appleby, Xavier Haines, David Trewin, plus from the rest of the UK, Paul Jones, Andy Fortune, Phil Irons and Andy Routhw
Welcome to my masterclass on artistic relief woodcarving. This method will also allow medal carvers to develop their medal models, coins and various souvenirs using their low relief carving skills. Th
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 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....
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...
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 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...
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’...
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...
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 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...
Wayne Barton demonstrates this wonderfully simple and direct way to decorate furniture, cabinets, boxes, plaques and utensils.
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