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Hobbies & Crafts

Woodworking Crafts Magazine

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60 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Woodworking)
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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

Issue 087 In issue 87 of Woodworking Crafts you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your crafts. In Projects, Charles Mak and Ian Churchill build a knock-down hobby workbench; Renato Mazzucco completes his xylophone; Peter Benson carves a walking stick topper in the shape of a mallard duck’s head; Kevin Alviti makes a practical, open-style wheelbarrow; Colwin Way turns a croquet set; James Hatter fits a cat flap into a wooden door; Kevin Ley constructs a small table in zebrano; Anthony Bailey repairs a wooden draining board; Zoë Gertner carves a snail from an old log; Alan Holtham makes a child’s bicycle; Derek Jones builds a toolbox; and Rob Stoakley designs a floor-standing lamp. In our Techniques articles, Mark Palma describes how to clean and repair old tools; Anthony Bailey demonstrates how to make a clean job of mitre joints; Walter Hall has a guide to disc sanders; Amber Bailey looks at the art of inlay; and Fred and Julie Byrne teach us the basics of scrollsaw work. In Features, furniture maker Dorian Bracht tells us about his love of joints and his new book celebrating Japanese techniques; and we meet Screwfix Top Tradesperson 2023, Devon-based carpenter Astrid Arnold. All this and more in issue 87 of Woodworking Crafts!


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In issue 87 of Woodworking Crafts you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your crafts. In Projects, Charles Mak and Ian Churchill build a knock-down hobby workbench; Renato Mazzucco completes his xylophone; Peter Benson carves a walking stick topper in the shape of a mallard duck’s head; Kevin Alviti makes a practical, open-style wheelbarrow; Colwin Way turns a croquet set; James Hatter fits a cat flap into a wooden door; Kevin Ley constructs a small table in zebrano; Anthony Bailey repairs a wooden draining board; Zoë Gertner carves a snail from an old log; Alan Holtham makes a child’s bicycle; Derek Jones builds a toolbox; and Rob Stoakley designs a floor-standing lamp.

In our Techniques articles, Mark Palma describes how to clean and repair old tools; Anthony Bailey demonstrates how to make a clean job of mitre joints; Walter Hall has a guide to disc sanders; Amber Bailey looks at the art of inlay; and Fred and Julie Byrne teach us the basics of scrollsaw work.

In Features, furniture maker Dorian Bracht tells us about his love of joints and his new book celebrating Japanese techniques; and we meet Screwfix Top Tradesperson 2023, Devon-based carpenter Astrid Arnold.

All this and more in issue 87 of Woodworking Crafts!
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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Great

Great for all woodworkers Reviewed 21 January 2023

Woodworking Crafts Magazine

prefer it now to the woodworker, it has better content. Reviewed 10 July 2020

Very practical

Lots of good advice Reviewed 26 July 2019

Never disappoints

Best articles available Reviewed 23 July 2019

Thoroughly entertaining

Great read for all fans of Woodworking Reviewed 18 July 2019

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Below is a selection of articles in Woodworking Crafts Magazine Issue 087.