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The Woodworker Magazine June 2014 Back Issue

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56 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Woodworking)
In the latest issue of The Woodworker:

Top Drawer - David Smith turns an exercise in cutting dovetails into an exquisite two-drawer unit that could grace a hallway, serve as a bedside cabinet or give a table lamp a home in the living room.

A seat in the sun. Gordon Warr finds some slabs oak in his stockpile. decides that they're not of cabinetmaking standard and uses them instead to make a traditional two-seater garden bench.

Routine hinge recesses. Alan Holtham describes a clever little router jig he's designed to make light work of cutting hinge recesses. It features a range of different hinge templates that fit on a mounting batten.

Needle store. Ian Wilkie presents a box with a difference - a long, slim version that's tailor-made to house a collection of knitting needles and stop them disapearing down the back of the sofa.

A stitch in time...Leith Smith says that wooden windows and doors often need just a modicum of maintenance to keep rot at bay and restore their function and their looks and more.
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June 2014 In the latest issue of The Woodworker: Top Drawer - David Smith turns an exercise in cutting dovetails into an exquisite two-drawer unit that could grace a hallway, serve as a bedside cabinet or give a table lamp a home in the living room. A seat in the sun. Gordon Warr finds some slabs oak in his stockpile. decides that they're not of cabinetmaking standard and uses them instead to make a traditional two-seater garden bench. Routine hinge recesses. Alan Holtham describes a clever little router jig he's designed to make light work of cutting hinge recesses. It features a range of different hinge templates that fit on a mounting batten. Needle store. Ian Wilkie presents a box with a difference - a long, slim version that's tailor-made to house a collection of knitting needles and stop them disapearing down the back of the sofa. A stitch in time...Leith Smith says that wooden windows and doors often need just a modicum of maintenance to keep rot at bay and restore their function and their looks and more.


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In the latest issue of The Woodworker:

Top Drawer - David Smith turns an exercise in cutting dovetails into an exquisite two-drawer unit that could grace a hallway, serve as a bedside cabinet or give a table lamp a home in the living room.

A seat in the sun. Gordon Warr finds some slabs oak in his stockpile. decides that they're not of cabinetmaking standard and uses them instead to make a traditional two-seater garden bench.

Routine hinge recesses. Alan Holtham describes a clever little router jig he's designed to make light work of cutting hinge recesses. It features a range of different hinge templates that fit on a mounting batten.

Needle store. Ian Wilkie presents a box with a difference - a long, slim version that's tailor-made to house a collection of knitting needles and stop them disapearing down the back of the sofa.

A stitch in time...Leith Smith says that wooden windows and doors often need just a modicum of maintenance to keep rot at bay and restore their function and their looks and more.
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