On Sale Today - Issue 22 of Woodworking Crafts

Thursday 22 December 2016

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In issue 22 of Woodworking Crafts, in our ‘Technical’ section, the Editor gives solutions for biscuit jointing; Louise Biggs discovers a dining chair is actually shorter than the rest; we show you how to correctly mark out components for cutting and shaping wood; the Editor looks at router housing jigs; Chris Grace improves the effectiveness and ease of use of his extraction system; Mark Baker looks at sharpening machine options for turners; James Hatter shows us how to fit new kitchen units; and we show you easier ways to get things done.
In our ‘Projects’ section, Kevin Ley makes a Morris-style rocking chair; Lee Stoffer tells us how to make our own comfortable stool; Colin Sullivan looks at making rope; Paul Purnell makes lyre-shaped thumbstick; Simon Rodway makes some shelf units for easy storage; Michael T Collins explains how to incorporate a bench stop; and Derek Jones makes a birdhouse.
We have two articles in our ‘Kit & Tools’ section, we have our kitted out pages and our reader group test where you test CMT hole saws.
Finally, we have lot’s for you to enjoy in our ‘Community’ pages, including; the latest news and events; we have our ‘Q&A’ page; a sneak peek at our next issue and our monthly contributors; we have a brand new series looking at trees, timber and their uses; Nicola Butcher tells us how she came to be named UK and Ireland’s Ultimate Tradesperson; Gary Marshall looks at spile banking; the Editor plays catch up with Paul Tear; and we focus on the Trojan horse.
All this and more in issue 22 of Woodworking Crafts so be sure to get yourself a copy, or why not subscribe and save up to 30%? You can also download a copy to you digital device. Click here to find out more.