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Woodcarving Magazine January-February 2011 Back Issue

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128 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Woodworking)
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Bring in the New Year with the latest edition of Woodcarving. We have some fantastic projects for you including a Baroque-style floral garland with Steve Bisco; a beautiful arum lily with Bill Prickett; an interesting vampire armorial with Chris Pye; and linenfold panels with Paul Bignell. In techniques learn how to carve the ABC in wood and Portland stone with Andy Hibberd; discover the basic rules of stick making with Dave Wilkins; jazz up old bookends with Frederick Wilbur; and see how Gerry Sanger created an incredible leaping trout! Features include a look at 2010?s Bakewell Festival of Bird Art and our special Carving Course Directory ? find a course near you! To complete this edition of Woodcarving, regulars such as Reviews, News, From the Forums, tests, and The Art of Carving continue to inform and keep you updated with all things woodcarving. Make sure you don?t miss the January February edition of Woodcarving 118.
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January-February 2011 Bring in the New Year with the latest edition of Woodcarving. We have some fantastic projects for you including a Baroque-style floral garland with Steve Bisco; a beautiful arum lily with Bill Prickett; an interesting vampire armorial with Chris Pye; and linenfold panels with Paul Bignell. In techniques learn how to carve the ABC in wood and Portland stone with Andy Hibberd; discover the basic rules of stick making with Dave Wilkins; jazz up old bookends with Frederick Wilbur; and see how Gerry Sanger created an incredible leaping trout! Features include a look at 2010?s Bakewell Festival of Bird Art and our special Carving Course Directory ? find a course near you! To complete this edition of Woodcarving, regulars such as Reviews, News, From the Forums, tests, and The Art of Carving continue to inform and keep you updated with all things woodcarving. Make sure you don?t miss the January February edition of Woodcarving 118.


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Bring in the New Year with the latest edition of Woodcarving. We have some fantastic projects for you including a Baroque-style floral garland with Steve Bisco; a beautiful arum lily with Bill Prickett; an interesting vampire armorial with Chris Pye; and linenfold panels with Paul Bignell. In techniques learn how to carve the ABC in wood and Portland stone with Andy Hibberd; discover the basic rules of stick making with Dave Wilkins; jazz up old bookends with Frederick Wilbur; and see how Gerry Sanger created an incredible leaping trout! Features include a look at 2010?s Bakewell Festival of Bird Art and our special Carving Course Directory ? find a course near you! To complete this edition of Woodcarving, regulars such as Reviews, News, From the Forums, tests, and The Art of Carving continue to inform and keep you updated with all things woodcarving. Make sure you don?t miss the January February edition of Woodcarving 118.
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