Thursday 27 October 2016
In issue 20 of Woodworking Crafts, in our ‘Technical’ section, Michael T Collins looks at making your squares sharper in shape; Peter Wood makes a willow arch; Amber Bailey adds decorative metalwork to wood; Mark Baker looks at holding work securely on the lathe; we have 10 tips on using hand planes from the Editor; Paul Purnell looks at selection, storage, seasoning and straightening to make walking sticks; the Editor works with router trimmers; and Colin Sullivan gets to grips with drilling shaped work.In our ‘project’ section Louise Biggs makes a beautiful walnut cabinet; Nick Offerman makes a three-legged stool; Simon Rodway makes a simple jewellery box; and Andrew Potocnik makes hollow forms and shelves.We have three articles in our ‘Kit & Tools’ section, Kitted Out; a reader group test; and the Editor looks at the Triton TWX7 Workcentre. Finally, we have lot’s for you to enjoy in our ‘Community’ pages, including; the latest news and events; we have our ‘Q&A’ page; we share with you some hints, tips and jigs; a sneak peek at our next issue; Tamara Birch looks at what’s going on in Alice Holt Forest; Francesca Wakefield and Dan Stickland sustainably retrofitted their Victorian home in a DIY Eco-Makeover; Gary Marshall explains what you need in terms of space to get going in woodland crafts; and the Editor looks at the classic K2 phone box. All this and more in issue 20 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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