Thursday 2 October 2014
In issue 99 of Woodworking Plans & Projects we have lots for you to enjoy. In our 'Projects' section Neil Lawton makes a downdraught table; the Editor upcycles a Windsor chair; we look at Gustav Stickley's No.220 Prairie Sofa; Wendy Greenwood makes an oak TV stand; Simon Rodway makes a two-step hop up and Jim Robinson turns a stylish jardiniÃ¨re.
In 'Techniques' we take a look at veneering with hide glue, the Editor shows us how to successfully use a scraper and in Workshop Notes, talks about fitting a vice; in Joint Solutions we look at the simple rebate and in Deconstruct, John Corfield shows us his storage solutions for tools and accessories.
In 'Features' we look at Joe Thomas' chair with 3D-printed joints and Briony Darnley reviews three books for you to enjoy.
In 'Kit & Tools' the Editor looks at a specially dedicated chisel mortising machine from Warco; we find out more about the products offered by the Classic Barn Company; we look at the latest tools, gadgets and gizmos for your workshop and Peter Brett gives us his thoughts on his Makita 2012NB benchtop thicknesser.
As well as all this, we have 'Leader' from the Editor; 'Noticeboard' and a sneak peek at the next issue.
All this and more in issue 99 of WPP! If you would like to download a digital version of the magazine, you can do so now and save up to 45%. The digital version is available for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Click here for more information.
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