Thursday 12 June 2014
In issue 95 of Woodworking Plans & Projects we have lots for you to enjoy. In our 'Projects' section, Lee Stoffer carves a wooden cooking spoon in part one of his project, concentrating on cleaving and axing out a blank; Wendy Greenwood makes a coffee table with a magazine shelf; Walter Hall makes a garden obelisk, which makes a pleasing addition to your garden and provides support for climbing plants; the Editor makes a router pantograph in RouterCentric; we have the first in a new series for you in 'Upcycling - recycling' in which we look at ways to turn unwanted and unloved things into treasures for the home; Simon Rodway shows you how to make a classic hall table in oak, for a relatively modest outlay, and Chris Grace builds a space saving grinder carousel with storage.
In 'Techniques' we have the Editor doing fence repairs in DIY Fixes; he also looks at the perks of buying old woodworking books secondhand and in Joint Solutions 'part 2' the Editor continues on from last month, showing us how to ensure we use 'best practice' to create perfect joints.
In our 'Features' we look at the Kilkenny Youthreach Programme, talking to teacher Paul Walsh; Briony Darnley and Derek Jones review a variety of new books for you to, and in Tools of Yesteryear Anthony Bailey looks at Hobbies' 'The Gem' fretsaw. We also have the usual Craftsman's Corner and Hot Stuff in our 'Kit & Tools' section.
As well as all this, we also have 'Leader' from the Editor; 'Noticeboard', and a sneak peek at the next issue in our 'Regulars' section.
All this and more in issue 95 of WPP!
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