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In issue 302 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your furniture making.
In our Projects section, Israel Martin makes a cherry credenza; Thomas Eddolls builds a sideboard from English walnut; Steve Bisco carves a Tudor rose; Louise Biggs makes a beautiful marquetry box in memory of her great-grandfather who died inn WWI; Josh Brower recreates George Nakashima’s iconic Conoid chair; Jim Bennett takes inspiration from architecture to make an elegant table; Mitch Peacock uses recycled wood to make a yacht-inspired desk; Ciprian Constantin Gontea finishes his bookcase with shallow drawers; Richard Findley repairs a Windsor chair; and Ryan Hawkins of West Coast Boards makes a complicated zigzag patterned coffee table.
In Techniques, Anthony Bailey explains how to apply banding or stringing with a router; John Bullar shares his expert tips for tackling angled joints; and we look at the key features of Japanese pullsaws.
In Features, we showcase the nominations for the Wood Awards 2021; we look at two Bespoke Guild Mark designs by Oxfordshire-based Waywood; and Chris O’Dell tells us how he converted a baby grand piano into a wall-mounted bar.
We also have profiles of talented designer-makers Brenton Ottley; Sean Feeney; Kylle Sebree; John Randall, aka Bien Hecho; and Justin Larson of JML Woodcraft
All this and more in issue 302 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!
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