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Archive - 2013 08

What would you like to see?


Mark Baker

29 August 2013

From the reader responses there seems to be a big request for the classical carvings like drop swags, festoons and all things gothic and architecturally centred. The feedback from such articles has increased a lot over recent months. Is there a renaissance for such things or will it be a transient i ...

What do you think of the latest issue?


Tegan Foley

23 August 2013

Hello, everyone! Many will probably know me as the deputy editor on Woodturning and Furniture & Cabinetmaking magazines, as well as the web editor for the Woodworkers Institute. However, we thought we"d mix things up a bit this week so Simon is writing the F&C blog and I am writing this one! ...

Carving meets turning...


Mark Baker

15 August 2013

As you know, I have been traveling again and sporadically in the office. This week has been no different, meeting up with authors and manufacturers alike. I mentioned a while back about the amount of carving that is happening on turning, I also mention in Woodcarving magazine how I am receiving requ ...

Getting ahead


Simon Frost

8 August 2013

It’s all very quiet here at GMC’s woodwork HQ. Tegan and Mark are both out of the office until next week, and Derek for even longer, having jetted off to an island in the sun this morning, while Anthony is busy in the workshop. I’ll be off for a summer break of my own in a couple of weeks, so I’m do ...

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