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In issue 307 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your furniture making.
In our Projects section,Israel Martin builds a Shaker-inspired frame and panel chimney cupboard; Thomas Eddolls makes an extending dining table; Jim Bennett faces the challenge of a multi-purpose cabinet and bookcase; Francesco Cremonini begins work on a set of matching dining chairs; Colwin Way uses his turning skills to make a drop-leaf table; Kevin Ley builds a chest of drawers from some eye-catching burr walnut; Amber Bailey makes a leather tool roll to keep her kit safe; and Mitch Peacock builds a simple coffee table from recycled oak and pine.
In Techniques, Ralph Laughton shares his technique for perfect mortise and tenon joints; Michael T Collins explains how to make and use winding sticks; Dennis Zongker carves acanthus leaf; John Bullar demonstrates veneer cutting; Louise Biggs shares a step-by-step guide to French polishing; and Dom Dudkiewicz of Blue Wren Timberworks introduces the Omnium joint.
In Features, we learn about Fernanda Nunez’s Guilloché bedside tables, which won the pretigious Claxton Stevens Prize; we celebrate the return of the Salone del Mobile Milano; and we catch up on the final stages of the Fenland Oak Project as the spectacular table is unveiled.
We also have profiles of talented designer-makers Jory Brigham; Nathan Day; Dave Heller; and Brian Boggs.
All this and more in issue 307 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!
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