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Good Woodworking  |  Jun-18  


As we learnt when we visited the Chippendale International School of Furniture in East Lothian, Scotland, 2018 marks a special year for the school and it’s also Thomas Chippendale’s 300th birthday. Gracing this month’s cover are the school’s tutors and students, who really help to set this issue off with a bang! As well as this great feature, we also have a fantastic mix of projects, including Dave Long’s customisable rabbit run; Liam Barclay’s stunning sculpted desk; Phil Davy’s camping cook box and Les Thorne’s turned garden aids, which will prove useful whether you’re green fingered or not. In our ‘technical’ section, John Bullar talks veneers. In ‘People & places’, Simon Morris of Lufu Furniture shares his stunning ‘Eagon’ glassware cabinet in rare burr elm; Barrie Scott learns about the making of a traditional West African ‘pirogue’, and in ‘End-grain’, Edward Hopkins shows how one word can spoil your day. We also have a varied range of products on test this month, including the Multi-Sharp wetstone water-cooled chisel/plane blade sharpener MS3001EM and the new Triton TSPSP650 portable oscillating spindle sander, all before Edward Hopkins takes the stunning new Record Power Coronet Herald lathe for a drive. And don’t forget, if you send in your top workshop hint or tip, you could be in with a chance of getting your hands on a magnificent Veritas low-angle jack plane, worth over £250. See our letters and makers pages for details - good luck! As well as the above, you can find all your usual favourites, including news and courses and ‘Around the House’. Also, on our welcome page, we inform you of the changes taking place as of the next issue, so look out for our new ‘super’ magazine, which combines the best elements of both our woodworking titles - you can take a sneak peek at the exciting content coming up by seeing page 76. All this and much more in GW332, which is now on sale!
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   |   Jun-18   


As we learnt when we visited the Chippendale International School of Furniture in East Lothian, Scotland, 2018 marks a special year for the school and it’s also Thomas Chippendale’s 300th birthday. Gracing this month’s cover are the school’s tutors and students, who really help to set this issue off with a bang! As well as this great feature, we also have a fantastic mix of projects, including Dave Long’s customisable rabbit run; Liam Barclay’s stunning sculpted desk; Phil Davy’s camping cook box and Les Thorne’s turned garden aids, which will prove useful whether you’re green fingered or not. In our ‘technical’ section, John Bullar talks veneers. In ‘People & places’, Simon Morris of Lufu Furniture shares his stunning ‘Eagon’ glassware cabinet in rare burr elm; Barrie Scott learns about the making of a traditional West African ‘pirogue’, and in ‘End-grain’, Edward Hopkins shows how one word can spoil your day. We also have a varied range of products on test this month, including the Multi-Sharp wetstone water-cooled chisel/plane blade sharpener MS3001EM and the new Triton TSPSP650 portable oscillating spindle sander, all before Edward Hopkins takes the stunning new Record Power Coronet Herald lathe for a drive. And don’t forget, if you send in your top workshop hint or tip, you could be in with a chance of getting your hands on a magnificent Veritas low-angle jack plane, worth over £250. See our letters and makers pages for details - good luck! As well as the above, you can find all your usual favourites, including news and courses and ‘Around the House’. Also, on our welcome page, we inform you of the changes taking place as of the next issue, so look out for our new ‘super’ magazine, which combines the best elements of both our woodworking titles - you can take a sneak peek at the exciting content coming up by seeing page 76. All this and much more in GW332, which is now on sale!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Good Woodworking magazine print subscription.
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