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Issue 166 of Woodcarving magazine is filled with a host of great articles for you. The Projects section includes a Gothic misericord in fumed oak by Steve Bisco; Mark Gough’s carver’s vice; and a bee-eater bird carving by Mike Wood. We also have Terry Nokes’ beginner’s guide to carving a fish, and Duane Cartwright shows us how to make a fun, shelf-climbing mouse.
In Features we find out about the City & Guilds’ involvement in the restoration of a classic piece of architecture; Mark Baker showcases some of the work from the 52nd International Woodcarvers Congress; and The Art of Carving visits Hungary’s Parliament in Budapest.
We have some great Techniques pieces for you too, as Peter Benson explores size and scale in carvings; Dave Western shows us how to carve commemorative spoons; Don Nalezyty looks at spoon designs and the relationship between handle and bowl; and we also have the latest installment of Murray Taylor’s guide to letter carving.
We also have the Carver’s Toolbag, and our Community pages, featuring from the Editor, all the latest News & Events and a peek at our next issue.
All this and more in Woodcarving 166!