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Good Woodworking  |  Aug-16  


What better way than to celebrate summer than with a feature given over to celebrating the 2016 Shed of the Year shortlist? 32 of the UK’s most outrageously spectacular sheds battle it out for top honour of Shed of the Year, which will be announced in GW309, so don’t miss it!
In terms of projects, we have Will Holman’s stunning hairpinned dining table, and is your porch overrun with shoes and wellies? If so, help is at hand as Charlie Gapay shares his shoe cubbies build; Phil Davy also shows you how to make a neat cabinet to house all your first aid essentials, and Noah Weinstein makes his internet-famous test tube spice rack, before Les Thorne turns a desk accessory trio using exotic hardwoods and ready-made brassware.
Sadly, we have the last in Michael Huntley’s ‘Small Structures’ series, which sees him making an octagonal oak conservatory; and in his beginners’ series, John Bullar moves on to looking at choosing & using chisels & gouges for furniture making, before Glenn Perry sets about replacing the arms and updating the finish on a farmhouse chair.
In ‘People & Places’, we take a look at Dundon Passivhaus, which is this month’s ‘Centrefold’ - a fantastic example of a low-energy home built using timber; and the Editor also got the chance to talk to founder of The Goodlife Centre, Alison Winfield-Chislett, about her passion for soul craft, making woodworking available to all and the importance of passing skills on.
Andy King is also back with all the latest Kit & Tool reviews, including a test of the brand-new Tormek T-8 grinding machine and a new range of Gorilla Glues, which he awarded the full five stars. All this and much more in GW308, which hits the shelves on 22 July – don’t miss it!
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   |   Aug-16   


What better way than to celebrate summer than with a feature given over to celebrating the 2016 Shed of the Year shortlist? 32 of the UK’s most outrageously spectacular sheds battle it out for top honour of Shed of the Year, which will be announced in GW309, so don’t miss it!
In terms of projects, we have Will Holman’s stunning hairpinned dining table, and is your porch overrun with shoes and wellies? If so, help is at hand as Charlie Gapay shares his shoe cubbies build; Phil Davy also shows you how to make a neat cabinet to house all your first aid essentials, and Noah Weinstein makes his internet-famous test tube spice rack, before Les Thorne turns a desk accessory trio using exotic hardwoods and ready-made brassware.
Sadly, we have the last in Michael Huntley’s ‘Small Structures’ series, which sees him making an octagonal oak conservatory; and in his beginners’ series, John Bullar moves on to looking at choosing & using chisels & gouges for furniture making, before Glenn Perry sets about replacing the arms and updating the finish on a farmhouse chair.
In ‘People & Places’, we take a look at Dundon Passivhaus, which is this month’s ‘Centrefold’ - a fantastic example of a low-energy home built using timber; and the Editor also got the chance to talk to founder of The Goodlife Centre, Alison Winfield-Chislett, about her passion for soul craft, making woodworking available to all and the importance of passing skills on.
Andy King is also back with all the latest Kit & Tool reviews, including a test of the brand-new Tormek T-8 grinding machine and a new range of Gorilla Glues, which he awarded the full five stars. All this and much more in GW308, which hits the shelves on 22 July – don’t miss it!
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Good Woodworking magazine print subscription.
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