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Woodworking Crafts Magazine December 2010 Back Issue

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Join WPP this month for great projects and techniques to get the best from your woodworking skills

Anthony Bailey kicks off our projects with his brilliant router masterclass which focuses on making a traditional shelving unit; Andy Standing builds a DVDCD rack from one plank; the WPP team have great mini projects for making houses and feeders for birds and bugs; and Fred and Julie Byrne have a fantastic spooky lantern to make on the scrollsaw – great for halloween!
A2 projects this month features a lovely sewing box from recycled timber with Gary Ramsden and a very useful abrasives’ cabinet brought to you by the WPP team.

Techniques include how to cut dovetails with a router methods for veneering how to apply stringing and banding with a router and how to sharpen blunt handsaws.

On test: Bosch multi tool Evo handsaws Proxxon mini belt sander SIP mitre saw Record grinder and Microplane shaper.

Make sure you don’t miss the December edition of Woodworking Plans & Projects.
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Woodworking Crafts Magazine

December 2010 Join WPP this month for great projects and techniques to get the best from your woodworking skills Anthony Bailey kicks off our projects with his brilliant router masterclass which focuses on making a traditional shelving unit; Andy Standing builds a DVDCD rack from one plank; the WPP team have great mini projects for making houses and feeders for birds and bugs; and Fred and Julie Byrne have a fantastic spooky lantern to make on the scrollsaw – great for halloween! A2 projects this month features a lovely sewing box from recycled timber with Gary Ramsden and a very useful abrasives’ cabinet brought to you by the WPP team. Techniques include how to cut dovetails with a router methods for veneering how to apply stringing and banding with a router and how to sharpen blunt handsaws. On test: Bosch multi tool Evo handsaws Proxxon mini belt sander SIP mitre saw Record grinder and Microplane shaper. Make sure you don’t miss the December edition of Woodworking Plans & Projects.


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Woodworking Crafts Magazine  |  December 2010  


Join WPP this month for great projects and techniques to get the best from your woodworking skills

Anthony Bailey kicks off our projects with his brilliant router masterclass which focuses on making a traditional shelving unit; Andy Standing builds a DVDCD rack from one plank; the WPP team have great mini projects for making houses and feeders for birds and bugs; and Fred and Julie Byrne have a fantastic spooky lantern to make on the scrollsaw – great for halloween!
A2 projects this month features a lovely sewing box from recycled timber with Gary Ramsden and a very useful abrasives’ cabinet brought to you by the WPP team.

Techniques include how to cut dovetails with a router methods for veneering how to apply stringing and banding with a router and how to sharpen blunt handsaws.

On test: Bosch multi tool Evo handsaws Proxxon mini belt sander SIP mitre saw Record grinder and Microplane shaper.

Make sure you don’t miss the December edition of Woodworking Plans & Projects.
read more read less
Woodworking Crafts brings you a breadth of knowledge and information which cannot be found in any other woodworking publication on the market. Whether you are a first time woodworker or experienced, there will always be something for you. It has lots of technique articles, features and projects across a wide range of woodworking interests from green woodworking to woodturning, craft projects, upcycling, learnt hand skills, powertool use, the green environment and much more. It is approachable and easy to understand, educational and fun. If you have a thirst for knowledge this is a magazine you will want to keep picking up and reading, a magazine you’ll want to keep. Formally known as Woodworking Plans & Projects.

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