Thursday 11 June 2015
In the second issue of Woodworking Crafts we have lots for you to enjoy. In 'Power woodworking', Neil Lawton makes a quirky Steampunk dresser; Simon Rodway creates a shelving unit with a difference; Bob Adsett clears through his workshop; Roger Buse creates four scrollsaw cut coasters and Geoffrey Laycock sets his sights on a sophisticated piece of measuring kit.
In 'Hand woodworking', Lee Stoffer starts his green woodworking series with a simple project; Iain Whittington works on chisel handles for budget tools; we delve into complicated world of DIY consumables; the Editor makes a light and airy Gothic-style bookcase; Peter Sefton describes the essential tools for marking and measuring; Michael T Collins finishes his table and Peter Wood explains his route into green woodworking. In 'Upcycling & Restoration', we look at using simple painting techniques; show you how to make a simple wine rack and Louise Biggs takes on the restoration of an elm chest of drawers.
Finally, we have lots for you to enjoy in our 'Community' pages, including the latest news and events; Gary Marshall gives a fascinating insight into billhooks; we have a range of reader hints, tips & jig secrets as well as a Q&A session with Mark Baker and the Editor; a feature on the history of Tunbridge ware; a visit to the IRWIN factory and all the latest tools, gadgets and gizmos that we think you will enjoy using in your workshop.
All this and much more in issue 2 of Woodworking Crafts so be sure to get yourself a copy, or why not subscribe and save up to 30%? You can also download a copy to you digital device. Click here to find out more.
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