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In issue 312 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your furniture making.
In our Projects section, Israel Martin makes a cherry console; Thomas Eddolls is commissioned to build a pair of exhibition chairs; Andres Carbonell designs and builds a bed from white oak; Dennis Zongker continues work on his hallway table as he carves the cabriole legs; Louise Biggs repairs a pair of ladder back dining chairs; Francesco Cremonini tackles an unexpectedly difficult commission when he makes a set of high stools; Alan Holtham makes a barrel-topped oak chest; and Richard Findley uses traditional Windsor chair-making techniques to make a tall stool with a curved backrest.
In Techniques, Michael T Collins explains why every toolkit needs a spokeshave; Randall A Maxey shares his expert advice for sharpening planer-thicknesser blades; and Colin Sullivan demonstrates how to make butterfly joints using router cutters.
In Features, Josh Brower visits Sam Maloof’s workshop and discovers how the iconic designer’s legacy is being kept alive by Mike Johnson; we learn about the furniture and cabinetmaking courses at Sweden’s Malmstens Linköping University; and Sam Whyman explains how he adapted a Sam Maloof joint to work with a round profile.
We also have profiles of talented designer-makers Dennis Turbeville of Austen Morris Custom Furniture; Morten Stenbaek; Gildas Berthelot; Nick Pedullá; and Julien Hardy.
All this and more in issue 312 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!
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