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Woodworking Crafts Magazine February 2014 Back Issue

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Welcome to the February issue of WPP! This month, we have a great selection of projects for you to make, including Amber Bailey’s marquetry coaster; Anthony Bailey makes some natural-edge chopping boards for the kitchen; in RouterCentric the Editor makes an attractive storage box; Maker Baker shows you how to turn your very own ripple ash vase and Simon Rodway offers some corner storage solutions in Plans 4 You.
In our techniques section, scrollsaw expert Roger Buse has a great article on choosing scrollsaw blades and offers some top tips on using them; in DIY Fixes, we show you how to repair a window frame; the Editor talks waxes, oils and varnishes in our finishing series before he offers some practical advice on installing bench dogs.
In Kit & Tools, we’re back to scrollsaws and put the Excalibur EX-21 through its paces; in Craftsman’s Corner we look at the new LTX 28V brushless drill from Metabo and Geoffrey Laycock tests the Axminster AW 128PT trade-rated planer/thicknesser; we also bring you the latest tools in Hot Stuff.
In terms of Features, Amber Bailey meets the Buckinghamshire design collective Crafty Little Makers; we finally announce the winners of the Triton Woodworker and Triton Young Woodworker of the Year competitions; Tegan Foley and Derek Jones review some new books for you to enjoy and in Tools of Yesteryear, Anthony Bailey looks at the Paramo Planemaster.
We also have all your favourite pages in our ‘Regulars’ section. All this and more in WPP 90!
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Woodworking Crafts Magazine

February 2014 Welcome to the February issue of WPP! This month, we have a great selection of projects for you to make, including Amber Bailey’s marquetry coaster; Anthony Bailey makes some natural-edge chopping boards for the kitchen; in RouterCentric the Editor makes an attractive storage box; Maker Baker shows you how to turn your very own ripple ash vase and Simon Rodway offers some corner storage solutions in Plans 4 You. In our techniques section, scrollsaw expert Roger Buse has a great article on choosing scrollsaw blades and offers some top tips on using them; in DIY Fixes, we show you how to repair a window frame; the Editor talks waxes, oils and varnishes in our finishing series before he offers some practical advice on installing bench dogs. In Kit & Tools, we’re back to scrollsaws and put the Excalibur EX-21 through its paces; in Craftsman’s Corner we look at the new LTX 28V brushless drill from Metabo and Geoffrey Laycock tests the Axminster AW 128PT trade-rated planer/thicknesser; we also bring you the latest tools in Hot Stuff. In terms of Features, Amber Bailey meets the Buckinghamshire design collective Crafty Little Makers; we finally announce the winners of the Triton Woodworker and Triton Young Woodworker of the Year competitions; Tegan Foley and Derek Jones review some new books for you to enjoy and in Tools of Yesteryear, Anthony Bailey looks at the Paramo Planemaster. We also have all your favourite pages in our ‘Regulars’ section. All this and more in WPP 90!


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Welcome to the February issue of WPP! This month, we have a great selection of projects for you to make, including Amber Bailey’s marquetry coaster; Anthony Bailey makes some natural-edge chopping boards for the kitchen; in RouterCentric the Editor makes an attractive storage box; Maker Baker shows you how to turn your very own ripple ash vase and Simon Rodway offers some corner storage solutions in Plans 4 You.
In our techniques section, scrollsaw expert Roger Buse has a great article on choosing scrollsaw blades and offers some top tips on using them; in DIY Fixes, we show you how to repair a window frame; the Editor talks waxes, oils and varnishes in our finishing series before he offers some practical advice on installing bench dogs.
In Kit & Tools, we’re back to scrollsaws and put the Excalibur EX-21 through its paces; in Craftsman’s Corner we look at the new LTX 28V brushless drill from Metabo and Geoffrey Laycock tests the Axminster AW 128PT trade-rated planer/thicknesser; we also bring you the latest tools in Hot Stuff.
In terms of Features, Amber Bailey meets the Buckinghamshire design collective Crafty Little Makers; we finally announce the winners of the Triton Woodworker and Triton Young Woodworker of the Year competitions; Tegan Foley and Derek Jones review some new books for you to enjoy and in Tools of Yesteryear, Anthony Bailey looks at the Paramo Planemaster.
We also have all your favourite pages in our ‘Regulars’ section. All this and more in WPP 90!
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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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