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Woodworking Crafts Magazine  |  February 2017  


In issue 23 of Woodworking Crafts, in ‘Projects’ the Editor makes a media centre; Michael T Collins makes a beautiful rustic-looking coffee table; Lee Stoffer finishes his woven top stool; Paul Purnell makes coasters using pen blanks; Simon Rodway provides plans for a porch; and bring your favourite critters home with photo-realistic designs by Jacob and Wayne Fowler.

In our ‘Techniques’ section Louise Biggs fixes and restores a wall clock case; we look at how to machine mortise and tenon joints using a router and a mortise box; the Editor talks about dent removal, gives 10 tips for drilling wood, and debates screws vs nails, looks at fence repairs, tells us what we need to know about tablesaws; Peter Clothier introduces the humble gouge and how best to use one; and we show you how to machine standard postform kitchen worktops.

Finally, we have lot’s for you to enjoy in our ‘Community’ pages, including; the latest news and events; we have our ‘Q&A’ page; we have Nicola Butcher’s blog; the Editor looks at ash wood; Gary Marshall addresses coppicing; Briony Darnley takes a look at the 2016 Wood Award winners; Steve Hanson shows how he turns a pile of scrap steel into desirable green woodworking tools; meet Lawrence Goodwin; we focus on the Thonet bentwood chairs; and of course, have a sneak peek at next month.

All this and more in issue 23 of Woodworking Crafts, so be sure to get yourself a copy!
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   |   February 2017   


In issue 23 of Woodworking Crafts, in ‘Projects’ the Editor makes a media centre; Michael T Collins makes a beautiful rustic-looking coffee table; Lee Stoffer finishes his woven top stool; Paul Purnell makes coasters using pen blanks; Simon Rodway provides plans for a porch; and bring your favourite critters home with photo-realistic designs by Jacob and Wayne Fowler.

In our ‘Techniques’ section Louise Biggs fixes and restores a wall clock case; we look at how to machine mortise and tenon joints using a router and a mortise box; the Editor talks about dent removal, gives 10 tips for drilling wood, and debates screws vs nails, looks at fence repairs, tells us what we need to know about tablesaws; Peter Clothier introduces the humble gouge and how best to use one; and we show you how to machine standard postform kitchen worktops.

Finally, we have lot’s for you to enjoy in our ‘Community’ pages, including; the latest news and events; we have our ‘Q&A’ page; we have Nicola Butcher’s blog; the Editor looks at ash wood; Gary Marshall addresses coppicing; Briony Darnley takes a look at the 2016 Wood Award winners; Steve Hanson shows how he turns a pile of scrap steel into desirable green woodworking tools; meet Lawrence Goodwin; we focus on the Thonet bentwood chairs; and of course, have a sneak peek at next month.

All this and more in issue 23 of Woodworking Crafts, so be sure to get yourself a copy!
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Woodworking Crafts Magazine magazine print subscription.
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