In issue 300 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your furniture making. In our Projects section, Israel Martin makes a maple chest for storing cutlery; Steve Bisco carves a heraldic symbol to embellish an oak panel; Thomas Eddolls constructs a large breakfront bookcase; Brendan Devitt-Spooner makes a minimalist hall table; Louise Biggs restores an antique writing slope; Michael T Collins makes an adjustable speaker’s lectern; and Francesco Cremonini builds an extravagant display cabinet.
In Techniques, Michael Huntley explains how to prepare and use Japanese planes; Richard Findley explores the traditional technique of therming; Mitch Peacock shows how to make a koshikake kama tsugi joint; John Bullar explores the traditional craft of hand veneering using hide glue; and Randall A Maxey has the essential guide to choosing and using sharpening stones.
In Features, Scott Woyka tells us about the tables he made for the G7 Summit; we learn how to overcome the fear of failure; and discover how to apply for QEST funding.
We also have profiles of talented designer-makers Darrell Peart; Max McCance; Tommy Delcher; and Samuel Fisher.
All this and more in issue 300 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!
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