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Issue 169 of Woodcarving magazine is filled with a host of great articles for you. In our Projects section, Mark Ivan Fortune carves an Art Nouveau-style picture frame; Steve Bisco makes a pierced panel with a peacock design; Terry Nokes carves teddy bear bookends in basswood; Mike Wood makes a black woodpecker; Zoe Gertner shows how to create a relief-carved owl; and Jack de Vos uses a variety of techniques to create a Trinitas seedpod.
In Features, Anthony Bailey meets artist and woodcarver Simon Clements; and we take a closer look at a magnificent oak staircase in The House of Scientists in Lviv, Ukraine.
We have some great Techniques pieces for you too. Dave Western tells us the useful lessons he learned while making a seaweed carving; Peter Benson investigates sources of inspiration; Nic Westermann tries out different ways to sharpen sloyd knives; and Murray Taylor explains how to carve decorative fonts.
We also have all the latest kits and tools in the Carver’s Toolbag, plus our Community pages, featuring From the Editor, updates from the carving community and a peek at our next issue.
All this and more in Woodcarving magazine 169!