Thursday 23 January 2014
We have lots of exciting content lined up for you in the February issue. We kick off with John Bullar's article on Klismos chair legs, which is this month's 'Deconstruct' project, before Derek Jones looks at the pros of using a shooting plane in the workshop. Charles Mak asks if how you cut your dovetails proud, flush or shy; Amber Bailey finds an ivory substitute for a marquetry panel restoration and we have the final part of Richard Fish's articles on using glass in furniture. Michael Huntley also has the second part of his 'supper' table restoration article for you to enjoy.
In our Design & Inspiration section, this month we profile husband and wife team Callum Robinson and Marisa Giannasi - who make up Method Studio. We also have a 20 minute interview with Justin O'Brien and in our under the hammer section, we show you an early Victorian figured walnut pedestal desk that recently went under the hammer.
In 'Your F&C' we have all your usual favourites, including Leader, Editor's Round-up and Workshop Library. We also announce the winners of the 'Pimp Your Plane' competition as well as the winners of the much-anticipated Triton Woodworker and Triton Young Woodworker of the Year competitions.
All this and more in issue 215!
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