Thursday 27 March 2014
Welcome to the April 2014 issue of Woodturning! We have some varied and interesting projects for you to make this month, including David Ritchie's clever magnetic chess bowl; Philip Greenwood's cheeseboard and dome; Rod Tallack's segmented bowl and Guy Ravine shows us how he makes one of his laburnum winged bowls.
In terms of techniques, we have the first part of Mark Baker's new series on starting turning; Richard Findley addresses the topic of timber preparation and the various pieces of health and safety information; we have the next installment from Mark Sanger on turning hollow forms, as well as the first part of Kurt Hertzog's new series, which tackles the subject of sanding. And lastly, Steve Bisco repairs a fault in a bowl using gold leaf
In terms of features, we look at the laminated work of Martha Collins and explore the artist's process; we have the first in our new series of articles called 'In the Workshop With' and we also share one of Joshua Salesin's stunning pagoda forms with you.
In Kit & Tools, we bring you a host of brand new products for you to enjoy, and in our Community section, we have all your favourites, including Leader, Community News and Next Issue.
All this and more in issue 265!
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