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Woodturning Magazine May 2016 Back Issue

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In issue 292 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In ‘Projects’ Neil Scobie makes a window bowl design; Andy Coates uses pyrography in a project; Stuart King turns a bud vase; and Colwin Way completes his bow Windsor chair.

In our ‘Technical’ section Richard Findley begins a new series; Tony Nichol introduces his home-made drier; and Kurt Hertzog plays with clay.

In ‘Features’ we meet turner Reg Hawthorne; go in the workshop with John Reason; Ray Key continues to look back on turning; and we have ‘Featured Artist’ John Jordan.

As well as all this, we also have our usual ‘Kit & Tools’ pages where the Editor looks at Record Power’s CL4 lathe, ‘Leader’ from the Editor, ‘Community news’ as well as a sneak peek of our next issue and this months’ giveaway.

All this and more in Woodturning 292!
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May 2016 In issue 292 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In ‘Projects’ Neil Scobie makes a window bowl design; Andy Coates uses pyrography in a project; Stuart King turns a bud vase; and Colwin Way completes his bow Windsor chair. In our ‘Technical’ section Richard Findley begins a new series; Tony Nichol introduces his home-made drier; and Kurt Hertzog plays with clay. In ‘Features’ we meet turner Reg Hawthorne; go in the workshop with John Reason; Ray Key continues to look back on turning; and we have ‘Featured Artist’ John Jordan. As well as all this, we also have our usual ‘Kit & Tools’ pages where the Editor looks at Record Power’s CL4 lathe, ‘Leader’ from the Editor, ‘Community news’ as well as a sneak peek of our next issue and this months’ giveaway. All this and more in Woodturning 292!


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In issue 292 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In ‘Projects’ Neil Scobie makes a window bowl design; Andy Coates uses pyrography in a project; Stuart King turns a bud vase; and Colwin Way completes his bow Windsor chair.

In our ‘Technical’ section Richard Findley begins a new series; Tony Nichol introduces his home-made drier; and Kurt Hertzog plays with clay.

In ‘Features’ we meet turner Reg Hawthorne; go in the workshop with John Reason; Ray Key continues to look back on turning; and we have ‘Featured Artist’ John Jordan.

As well as all this, we also have our usual ‘Kit & Tools’ pages where the Editor looks at Record Power’s CL4 lathe, ‘Leader’ from the Editor, ‘Community news’ as well as a sneak peek of our next issue and this months’ giveaway.

All this and more in Woodturning 292!
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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