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Furniture and Cabinetmaking – Issue 317


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In issue 317 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your furniture making.

In our Projects section, Israel Martin makes a pair of matching night stands; Jim Bennett adds an oak stool to his range of furniture built from storm-damaged timber; Dennis Zongker carves the rails and backs of his Chippendale-style side chairs; John Hawkswell makes a useful, rustic-style bolt from scrap wood; Mauro Fedato makes the oak base for a glass-top table; Louise Biggs restores a pair of Victorian chairs; Kevin Ley builds a nest of tables from walnut; and Mark Ripley makes a Craftsman-style dining table.

In Techniques, Colin Sullivan demonstrates beading; Mark Palma shares his tips for cleaning and sharpening damaged tools as he saves a set of bench chisels; and Anthony Bailey looks at the different techniques for making mortise and tenon joints.

In Features, we learn about Jay Blades presents: Craftworks 2024, a new exhibition coming to London this spring; James Gilbert, a young, self-taught furniture maker, explains how he will use his QEST award to further his skills; furniture maker Alice Porembski presents work from the Bench Press exhibition; and we celebrate the winners of The Furniture Makers’ Company’s 60 for 60 awards.

We also have profiles of talented designer-makers Clare Ng; Thomas Longuefosse; Mary Tsai; Adrian Ferrazzutti; and Wood Works Brighton.

All this and more in issue 317 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking!

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