Thursday 17 July 2014
In issue 269 of Woodturning we have lots for you to enjoy. In our 'Projects' section, Sue Harker takes us through the steps for creating an embellished church candle bowl; Mark Sanger turns a beaded pot based on a traditional African design; Jim Duxbury makes a chandelier from cherry and maple; and Philip Greenwood shows us how to turn a simple table lamp.
In our 'Technical' section, Kurt Hertzog explores the subject of adhesives; Richard Findley further explores the subject of using a router on the lathe; Dave Bates looks at beech; the Editor looks at the different types of equipment you will need for turning; and Larry Jensen shares his tips and techniques for working with resin in your turning.
We also have three great features for you: we meet John Plater and find out more about his varied work; We meet Roy Weare and learn more about his textured turning work; and Seamus Cassidy shares an award-winning piece with us in 'Featured Artist'.
As well as all this, we also have Kit & Tools, Leader from the Editor, Community News and we also give you a sneak peek at our next issue.
All this and more in Woodturning 269!
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