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Woodworking Crafts Magazine  |  November 2012  


This month’s Woodworking Plans & Projects is a router special, celebrating the most versatile power tool around with router-oriented projects, jigs and techniques! Jim Robinson makes a wine rack – just in time for the extra storage requirements of the festive period! Anthony Bailey makes a stylish contemporary coffee table, which incorporates a frieze jig to add an attractive moulding, and Gabor Lacko shows you how to make a simple jig for using your router on the lathe. It’s not all router-centric though, we also have a carved horse head project from Paul Bignell, a turned textured yew bowl by Mark Baker, plus a set of natural edge coasters, a handy key cupboard made from Andy Standing’s scraps, and a boot rack for your muddy wellies from Simon Rodway! Our router guru Editor is in his element with know-how on frame and panel cutters plus a guide to 1/4in routers and trimmers, and also imparts his knowledge on spokeshaves and drawknives in this month’s Hand Built. For this month’s feature, Simon Frost finds out the real story of Madison County’s famous covered bridges… On test we’ve got a Triton wetstone sharpener, the Kreg Deck Jig, Faithfull planes, and – never straying too far from the subject – the mighty Festool OF 2200 EB router! We also visit the factory of esteemed router cutter manufacturers Titman to find out what goes into the router’s cutting edge! We’ve also got our monthly roundup of tools, gadgets and gizmos, plus reviews of books that we think might tickle your fancy! All of this and more in another chock-a-block issue of WPP!
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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Woodworking Crafts Magazine   |   November 2012   


This month’s Woodworking Plans & Projects is a router special, celebrating the most versatile power tool around with router-oriented projects, jigs and techniques! Jim Robinson makes a wine rack – just in time for the extra storage requirements of the festive period! Anthony Bailey makes a stylish contemporary coffee table, which incorporates a frieze jig to add an attractive moulding, and Gabor Lacko shows you how to make a simple jig for using your router on the lathe. It’s not all router-centric though, we also have a carved horse head project from Paul Bignell, a turned textured yew bowl by Mark Baker, plus a set of natural edge coasters, a handy key cupboard made from Andy Standing’s scraps, and a boot rack for your muddy wellies from Simon Rodway! Our router guru Editor is in his element with know-how on frame and panel cutters plus a guide to 1/4in routers and trimmers, and also imparts his knowledge on spokeshaves and drawknives in this month’s Hand Built. For this month’s feature, Simon Frost finds out the real story of Madison County’s famous covered bridges… On test we’ve got a Triton wetstone sharpener, the Kreg Deck Jig, Faithfull planes, and – never straying too far from the subject – the mighty Festool OF 2200 EB router! We also visit the factory of esteemed router cutter manufacturers Titman to find out what goes into the router’s cutting edge! We’ve also got our monthly roundup of tools, gadgets and gizmos, plus reviews of books that we think might tickle your fancy! All of this and more in another chock-a-block issue of WPP!
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Woodworking Crafts Magazine magazine print subscription.
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