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Woodturning Magazine

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Woodturning is the world’s best-selling magazine for woodturners. Read by turning enthusiasts in over 60 countries worldwide, Woodturning is packed with easy to follow practical projects, and essential advice for both the hobby woodturner and the professional. Every issue includes features on turners around the world, plus well-illustrated techniques, news, reader feedback, detailed tests and reviews. Woodturning excels at appealing to the club community of its readers and actively encourages reader participation in its pages.
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Issue 397 In issue 397 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy, beginning with our Guest Editor, Les Symonds, who welcomes you to the issue; turns a set of table skittles; helps with a steam engine heritage project; and finds out how Darren Breeze has developed his skills and business since being introduced in Woodturning six years ago. In Projects, Andy Coates uses a pith board to make a textured bowl; Andrew Potocnik turns a jug inspired by a ceramic piece; Neil Turner replicates a globulus seed pod; Colwin Way makes a pair of candlesticks and pens from some misidentified timber; Sue Harker decorates a bowl with glitter; and Pat Carroll incorporates beads on a lidded yew vessel. In our Techniques section, Kurt Hertzog answers readers’ questions; and Richard Findley sets his second set of skill-building skew chisel exercises. In Features, woodturners David Buskell, Keith Welsh and Jim Christiansen discuss what it could take to keep the craft alive; Mark Palma utilises a second-hand grinder to set up a sharpening station; and Pete Moncrieff-Jury asks: ‘Am I too old to try something new?’ Plus we have a sneak peek of our next issue, updates from the turning community and news from the Worshipful Company of Turners. All this and more in Woodturning 397!


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In issue 397 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy, beginning with our Guest Editor, Les Symonds, who welcomes you to the issue; turns a set of table skittles; helps with a steam engine heritage project; and finds out how Darren Breeze has developed his skills and business since being introduced in Woodturning six years ago.

In Projects, Andy Coates uses a pith board to make a textured bowl; Andrew Potocnik turns a jug inspired by a ceramic piece; Neil Turner replicates a globulus seed pod; Colwin Way makes a pair of candlesticks and pens from some misidentified timber; Sue Harker decorates a bowl with glitter; and Pat Carroll incorporates beads on a lidded yew vessel.

In our Techniques section, Kurt Hertzog answers readers’ questions; and Richard Findley sets his second set of skill-building skew chisel exercises.

In Features, woodturners David Buskell, Keith Welsh and Jim Christiansen discuss what it could take to keep the craft alive; Mark Palma utilises a second-hand grinder to set up a sharpening station; and Pete Moncrieff-Jury asks: ‘Am I too old to try something new?’

Plus we have a sneak peek of our next issue, updates from the turning community and news from the Worshipful Company of Turners.

All this and more in Woodturning 397!
read more read less
Woodturning is the world’s best-selling magazine for woodturners. Read by turning enthusiasts in over 60 countries worldwide, Woodturning is packed with easy to follow practical projects, and essential advice for both the hobby woodturner and the professional. Every issue includes features on turners around the world, plus well-illustrated techniques, news, reader feedback, detailed tests and reviews. Woodturning excels at appealing to the club community of its readers and actively encourages reader participation in its pages.

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Highly entertaining

Really great for all those interested in Woodworking Reviewed 19 April 2022

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When I started woodturning this was a very educational place to learn. Great information Reviewed 04 November 2021

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Interesting content and projects, excellent photos and illustrations, suitable for many levels of turners. Reviewed 26 February 2021

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Great publication. Reviewed 31 December 2020

Woodturning

This is one of the top two woodturning publications that I know. It covers many of the current practices in turning. It is well edited and is a good value. Reviewed 03 December 2020

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Below is a selection of articles in Woodturning Issue 397.