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Woodworking Crafts Magazine May 2013 Back Issue

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In the May issue of Woodworking Plans & Projects, John Bullar shows you how to make a traditional hayrake table, Kevin Ley returns to make a spoon rack, and The Editor makes a baby set of drawers in this month’s RouterCentric. We also show you how to turn a rolling pin, courtesy of Mark Baker, Simon Rodway makes a drop leaf table in Plans for You, and Amber Bailey introduces the craft of marquetry with a workshop sign project. In techniques, Walter Hall is looking at pillar drills in the Machine Workshop, James Hatter’s latest DIY Solution covers stud walls, and Anthony Bailey looks at bladed tools with special functions in Hand Built. In features this month, Simon Frost talks to woodsman Ben Law and finds out about his self-built woodland home, we meet rustic woodworker Liz Revell in My Working Day, and in Tools of Yesteryear, The Editor looks at Surform shaping tools. We also kick off the Triton Woodworker and Young Woodworker of the Year competitions for 2013!
On test we look at Hitachi planers, as well as an Einhell cordless drill and MagSwitch workholding devices in Craftsman’s Corner, plus our monthly roundup of tools, gadgets and gizmos, Hot Stuff, as well as the latest news and events in the world of woodworking. All this and more in this month’s WPP, on sale 18 April!
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Woodworking Crafts Magazine

May 2013 In the May issue of Woodworking Plans & Projects, John Bullar shows you how to make a traditional hayrake table, Kevin Ley returns to make a spoon rack, and The Editor makes a baby set of drawers in this month’s RouterCentric. We also show you how to turn a rolling pin, courtesy of Mark Baker, Simon Rodway makes a drop leaf table in Plans for You, and Amber Bailey introduces the craft of marquetry with a workshop sign project. In techniques, Walter Hall is looking at pillar drills in the Machine Workshop, James Hatter’s latest DIY Solution covers stud walls, and Anthony Bailey looks at bladed tools with special functions in Hand Built. In features this month, Simon Frost talks to woodsman Ben Law and finds out about his self-built woodland home, we meet rustic woodworker Liz Revell in My Working Day, and in Tools of Yesteryear, The Editor looks at Surform shaping tools. We also kick off the Triton Woodworker and Young Woodworker of the Year competitions for 2013! On test we look at Hitachi planers, as well as an Einhell cordless drill and MagSwitch workholding devices in Craftsman’s Corner, plus our monthly roundup of tools, gadgets and gizmos, Hot Stuff, as well as the latest news and events in the world of woodworking. All this and more in this month’s WPP, on sale 18 April!


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In the May issue of Woodworking Plans & Projects, John Bullar shows you how to make a traditional hayrake table, Kevin Ley returns to make a spoon rack, and The Editor makes a baby set of drawers in this month’s RouterCentric. We also show you how to turn a rolling pin, courtesy of Mark Baker, Simon Rodway makes a drop leaf table in Plans for You, and Amber Bailey introduces the craft of marquetry with a workshop sign project. In techniques, Walter Hall is looking at pillar drills in the Machine Workshop, James Hatter’s latest DIY Solution covers stud walls, and Anthony Bailey looks at bladed tools with special functions in Hand Built. In features this month, Simon Frost talks to woodsman Ben Law and finds out about his self-built woodland home, we meet rustic woodworker Liz Revell in My Working Day, and in Tools of Yesteryear, The Editor looks at Surform shaping tools. We also kick off the Triton Woodworker and Young Woodworker of the Year competitions for 2013!
On test we look at Hitachi planers, as well as an Einhell cordless drill and MagSwitch workholding devices in Craftsman’s Corner, plus our monthly roundup of tools, gadgets and gizmos, Hot Stuff, as well as the latest news and events in the world of woodworking. All this and more in this month’s WPP, on sale 18 April!
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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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Below is a selection of articles in Woodworking Crafts Magazine May 2013.