Thursday 14 April 2016
In issue 13 of Woodworking Crafts, in ‘Power woodworking’ Mike Mahoney turns a dinner plate; Bob Adsett continues to look at the spindle moulder; Simon Rodway provides plans for a sun lounger and a porch design; Walter Hall looks at the evolution of a router table; Steve Bisco carves a fretwork panel; Iain Whittington tests the Omni ICE dust cyclone; John Swinkels makes a useful salt and pepper container; and the Editor makes a simple bathroom cabinet.
In our ‘Hand woodworking’ Peter Sefton’s students look at French polishing; Peter Wood weaves a willow fence; Michael T Collins makes a Shaker candle stand; and the Editor makes a wooden doormat. We also have Louise Biggs working on an oak coffee table in ‘Upcycling and Restoration’.
Finally, we have lot’s for you to enjoy in our ‘Community’ pages, including; the latest news and events; we have our ‘Q&A’ pages; we share with you some hints, tips and jigs; we have our Kit and Tools pages, a sneak peek at our next issue; some book reviews for you; we have a feature on river restoration; in our group test, we look at Narex rasps; and Gary Marshall talks about woodland ownership.
All this and more in issue 13 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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