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Woodworking Crafts Magazine January 2014 Back Issue

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Welcome to the January issue of Woodworking Plans & Projects! We kick the year off with some fantastic projects for you to make, including, Wendy’s Greenwood’s backless bench; a selection od scrollsaw animal puzzles; Anthony Bailey makes a handy shaped craft table in RouterCentric; Walter Hall shows you how to make your own butcher’s block kitchen trolley and Simon Rodway creates some bespoke under-bed storage solutions.
We also have wide selection of techniques articles to help you become a better woodworker, and such you such techniques as how to fix an interior window-board repair; we have a great article on primers and sealers as well as some handy workshop storage ideas for those short on space.
In kit & tools we have our usual roundup of the hottest woodworking gadgets in ‘Hot Stuff’ as well as a test on the Dowelmax Jig and two brand new products from Trend.
In terms of features, we have a great report on the Exbury Egg; we also have the shortlist of potential winners for the Triton Woodworker of the Year competition and Colin Sullivan explores the brace and bit in Tools of Yesteryear.
As well as all this, we also have all your favourite pages in our ‘Regulars’ section.
Happy New Year and enjoy issue 89 of WPP!
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Woodworking Crafts Magazine

January 2014 Welcome to the January issue of Woodworking Plans & Projects! We kick the year off with some fantastic projects for you to make, including, Wendy’s Greenwood’s backless bench; a selection od scrollsaw animal puzzles; Anthony Bailey makes a handy shaped craft table in RouterCentric; Walter Hall shows you how to make your own butcher’s block kitchen trolley and Simon Rodway creates some bespoke under-bed storage solutions. We also have wide selection of techniques articles to help you become a better woodworker, and such you such techniques as how to fix an interior window-board repair; we have a great article on primers and sealers as well as some handy workshop storage ideas for those short on space. In kit & tools we have our usual roundup of the hottest woodworking gadgets in ‘Hot Stuff’ as well as a test on the Dowelmax Jig and two brand new products from Trend. In terms of features, we have a great report on the Exbury Egg; we also have the shortlist of potential winners for the Triton Woodworker of the Year competition and Colin Sullivan explores the brace and bit in Tools of Yesteryear. As well as all this, we also have all your favourite pages in our ‘Regulars’ section. Happy New Year and enjoy issue 89 of WPP!


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Welcome to the January issue of Woodworking Plans & Projects! We kick the year off with some fantastic projects for you to make, including, Wendy’s Greenwood’s backless bench; a selection od scrollsaw animal puzzles; Anthony Bailey makes a handy shaped craft table in RouterCentric; Walter Hall shows you how to make your own butcher’s block kitchen trolley and Simon Rodway creates some bespoke under-bed storage solutions.
We also have wide selection of techniques articles to help you become a better woodworker, and such you such techniques as how to fix an interior window-board repair; we have a great article on primers and sealers as well as some handy workshop storage ideas for those short on space.
In kit & tools we have our usual roundup of the hottest woodworking gadgets in ‘Hot Stuff’ as well as a test on the Dowelmax Jig and two brand new products from Trend.
In terms of features, we have a great report on the Exbury Egg; we also have the shortlist of potential winners for the Triton Woodworker of the Year competition and Colin Sullivan explores the brace and bit in Tools of Yesteryear.
As well as all this, we also have all your favourite pages in our ‘Regulars’ section.
Happy New Year and enjoy issue 89 of WPP!
read more read less
Woodworking Crafts brings you a breadth of knowledge and information which cannot be found in any other woodworking publication on the market. Whether you are a first time woodworker or experienced, there will always be something for you. It has lots of technique articles, features and projects across a wide range of woodworking interests from green woodworking to woodturning, craft projects, upcycling, learnt hand skills, powertool use, the green environment and much more. It is approachable and easy to understand, educational and fun. If you have a thirst for knowledge this is a magazine you will want to keep picking up and reading, a magazine you’ll want to keep. Formally known as Woodworking Plans & Projects.

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