In issue 288 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking we have lots for you to enjoy. In our Projects & Techniques section, Israel Martin uses hand tools to make a chest of drawers from cherry and figured maple; J. Leko draws and creates legs in the Louis XV style; Mark Harrell shows how to make your own saw maintenance and sharpening system on a budget; Kieran Binnie drawbores the leg joinery of his 18th-century-style workbench; Geoffrey Laycock tests the new high-tech drill from NOVA; and Hendrik Varju discovers that Veritas’ new site accessory has real potential in the workshop.
In Design & Inspiration, Derek Jones learns about the Bespoke Guild Mark; Richard Wiles meets chairmaker Charles Brock; in an extract from Joiner’s Work, Peter Follansbee dresses stock the 17th-century way; Derek Jones visits the International Boatbuilding Training College; Under the Hammer examines furniture sold at the Modern Decorative Art + Design auction; and Out & About tours Kenwood House in Hampstead.
As well as all this, we also have the latest News & Events; a guide to the best Kit & Tools; and a rundown of what’s happening on social media.
All this and more in issue 288 of Furniture & Cabinetmaking
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