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In issue 304 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your furniture making.
In our Projects section, Thomas Eddolls tests his skills when he makes a music stand for a school chapel; Kevin Ley demonstrates his flair for unusual timbers with a walnut side table; Israel Martin makes an oak and ash jewellery box with fun details; Oli Renison builds a steam-bent laminated oak console table; Anthony Bailey recreates a classic Shaker-style drop leaf table; Vasco Araldi combines economy with luxury in his contemporary desk; Louise Biggs fits a new glass top into a teak occasional table; Michael T Collins makes a traditional mantle clock; Mitch Peacock builds a functioning scale model of a whisky cabinet; and Germán Peraire builds a unique slant-top tea-making station.
In Techniques, Richard Findley shows how to turn pine legs; Johan Roudy demonstrates two different ways to carve a Louis XVI-style rosette; John Bullar makes a spliced puzzle joint; Alan Holtham explains a simple way to fume wood; and Mark Peacock describes how he made the joint for his modern lounge chair.
In Features, we discover the benefits of hiring an apprentice; Ronan Morrison of Romo Fine Furniture describes the inspiration behind his luxurious dressing table; and Stephanie Lam considers the value of creatively fallow periods.
We also have profiles of talented designer-makers Jack Cerchiara; Richard Frost; Sandy Buchanan; and Radha Sivyer of Channel 4’s television programme Handmade: Britain’s Best Woodworker.
All this and more in issue 304 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!
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