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Welcome to the 100th issue of Woodworking Plans & Projects! We have lots for you to enjoy to celebrate this special issue. In our ‘Projects’ section, Amber Bailey makes a peacock marquetry design stool; the Editor upcycles some galvanised shelves; Peter Brett makes a stretcher bench; Simon Rodway shows how you can easily make your own simple workbench; and in an extract from the Big Book of Intarsia Woodworking, Kathy Wise makes a macaw using intarsia techniques and then goes on to colour it.
In ‘Techniques’, Mark Duginske looks at choosing the right blades for your bandsaw; the Editor gets his teeth into the subject of a very special brand of handsaw; in Joint Solutions, the Editor looks at mortise and tenons, as well as following up his technical drawing article by looking at design; Peter Benson looks at the techniques in making a Netsuke Frog and the Editor fixes up the smallest room in his house.
We also have a great feature, in which Wills Rolls suggests that we should be thinking about next year’s wood log supply now and we have three great book reviews for you as well as a special reader offer.
In ‘Kit & Tools’ The Editor looks at IRWIN Marples’ new range of circular saw blades as well as the new router from Bosch and we have the usual tools, gadgets and gizmos in ‘Hot Stuff’.
As well as all this, we also have ‘Leader’ from the Editor; ‘Noticeboard’ and give you a sneak peek at the next issue.
All this and more in issue 100!
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Woodworking Crafts Magazine

November 2014 Welcome to the 100th issue of Woodworking Plans & Projects! We have lots for you to enjoy to celebrate this special issue. In our ‘Projects’ section, Amber Bailey makes a peacock marquetry design stool; the Editor upcycles some galvanised shelves; Peter Brett makes a stretcher bench; Simon Rodway shows how you can easily make your own simple workbench; and in an extract from the Big Book of Intarsia Woodworking, Kathy Wise makes a macaw using intarsia techniques and then goes on to colour it. In ‘Techniques’, Mark Duginske looks at choosing the right blades for your bandsaw; the Editor gets his teeth into the subject of a very special brand of handsaw; in Joint Solutions, the Editor looks at mortise and tenons, as well as following up his technical drawing article by looking at design; Peter Benson looks at the techniques in making a Netsuke Frog and the Editor fixes up the smallest room in his house. We also have a great feature, in which Wills Rolls suggests that we should be thinking about next year’s wood log supply now and we have three great book reviews for you as well as a special reader offer. In ‘Kit & Tools’ The Editor looks at IRWIN Marples’ new range of circular saw blades as well as the new router from Bosch and we have the usual tools, gadgets and gizmos in ‘Hot Stuff’. As well as all this, we also have ‘Leader’ from the Editor; ‘Noticeboard’ and give you a sneak peek at the next issue. All this and more in issue 100!


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Welcome to the 100th issue of Woodworking Plans & Projects! We have lots for you to enjoy to celebrate this special issue. In our ‘Projects’ section, Amber Bailey makes a peacock marquetry design stool; the Editor upcycles some galvanised shelves; Peter Brett makes a stretcher bench; Simon Rodway shows how you can easily make your own simple workbench; and in an extract from the Big Book of Intarsia Woodworking, Kathy Wise makes a macaw using intarsia techniques and then goes on to colour it.
In ‘Techniques’, Mark Duginske looks at choosing the right blades for your bandsaw; the Editor gets his teeth into the subject of a very special brand of handsaw; in Joint Solutions, the Editor looks at mortise and tenons, as well as following up his technical drawing article by looking at design; Peter Benson looks at the techniques in making a Netsuke Frog and the Editor fixes up the smallest room in his house.
We also have a great feature, in which Wills Rolls suggests that we should be thinking about next year’s wood log supply now and we have three great book reviews for you as well as a special reader offer.
In ‘Kit & Tools’ The Editor looks at IRWIN Marples’ new range of circular saw blades as well as the new router from Bosch and we have the usual tools, gadgets and gizmos in ‘Hot Stuff’.
As well as all this, we also have ‘Leader’ from the Editor; ‘Noticeboard’ and give you a sneak peek at the next issue.
All this and more in issue 100!
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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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