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Good Woodworking  |  August 2017  


If you fancy making some handy projects for your workshop as well as some that are more functional, then look no further than our August issue. We have Janice Anderssen’s step stool & toolbox in one; Peter Harrison’s rustic wine rack, which houses 12 of your favourite bottles; Mike McCrory’s makes a wonderful bespoke growth chart for a young family member. In our technical section, with work on The Old Vic’s sash window looming on summer’s horizon, Dave Roberts takes a timely lesson in compromise; Peter Bishop moves on to looking at harvesting timber ready for conversion; and in ‘Woodworking adventures’, David Moody shows that no matter what the budget or resources available to you, anyone can make their own tools and experience the joy and satisfaction that goes alongside this.
In ‘People & Places’, Edward Hopkins’ blow-by-blow guide takes the fear out of framing; we take a closer look at the process of making one of Marjan van Aubel and James Shaw’s ‘Well Proven Stools’; Andy King jets off to Berlin find out what new developments Milwaukee have up their sleeves; and in ‘End-grain’, we ask if the projects you make demonstrate spontaneity. We also have some great kit on the test bench, including the impressive Axminster AT1016VS lathe, which would be ideal for any professional or serious amateur turner, along with the Axminster Woodturning Starter Kit SK100 chuck package, which features a robust stainless steel construction. The Milwaukee M12PP2A 12V Fuel twin kit is another impressive newcomer and Stubai’s five-piece chip carving set represents great value for money. And to top it all off, we also have a great competition that gives you the opportunity to win an Axminster Hobby Series HBS200N bandsaw - worth over £185. Perfect for the small workshop or hobby user, this excellent machine could be yours, so pick up a copy of our August issue to find out how you can enter - good luck!
Good Woodworking is Britain's biggest selling woodworking magazine. Good Woodworking offers the best projects for all abilities, the latest techniques, the most authoritative independent tests & reviews based on years of experience.
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Good Woodworking   |   August 2017   


If you fancy making some handy projects for your workshop as well as some that are more functional, then look no further than our August issue. We have Janice Anderssen’s step stool & toolbox in one; Peter Harrison’s rustic wine rack, which houses 12 of your favourite bottles; Mike McCrory’s makes a wonderful bespoke growth chart for a young family member. In our technical section, with work on The Old Vic’s sash window looming on summer’s horizon, Dave Roberts takes a timely lesson in compromise; Peter Bishop moves on to looking at harvesting timber ready for conversion; and in ‘Woodworking adventures’, David Moody shows that no matter what the budget or resources available to you, anyone can make their own tools and experience the joy and satisfaction that goes alongside this.
In ‘People & Places’, Edward Hopkins’ blow-by-blow guide takes the fear out of framing; we take a closer look at the process of making one of Marjan van Aubel and James Shaw’s ‘Well Proven Stools’; Andy King jets off to Berlin find out what new developments Milwaukee have up their sleeves; and in ‘End-grain’, we ask if the projects you make demonstrate spontaneity. We also have some great kit on the test bench, including the impressive Axminster AT1016VS lathe, which would be ideal for any professional or serious amateur turner, along with the Axminster Woodturning Starter Kit SK100 chuck package, which features a robust stainless steel construction. The Milwaukee M12PP2A 12V Fuel twin kit is another impressive newcomer and Stubai’s five-piece chip carving set represents great value for money. And to top it all off, we also have a great competition that gives you the opportunity to win an Axminster Hobby Series HBS200N bandsaw - worth over £185. Perfect for the small workshop or hobby user, this excellent machine could be yours, so pick up a copy of our August issue to find out how you can enter - good luck!
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Good Woodworking magazine print subscription.
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