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Issue 167 of Woodcarving magazine is filled with a host of great articles for you. In our Projects section, Duane Cartwright carves a moon-gazing hare in relief; Zoe Gertner carves a trio of delightful hens; Mark Ivan Fortune makes an unusual decorative oak coat hook; Steve Bisco carves a Jacobean-style strapwork panel; and Mike Wood shows us how to make a colourful redwing bird.
In Features, Steve Bisco explores the development of the Renaissance style in Britain in the Elizabethan and Jacobean eras; David Western looks at the meaning of traditional lovespoon symbols; Anthony Bailey has a ‘no strings’ interview with marionette maker Tony Sinnett; and the Art of Carving visits Milan cathedral.
We have some great Techniques pieces for you too, including Peter Benson’s quirky doorstop; Nic Westermann’s advice on sharpening knives and chisels; and Murray Taylor’s guide to carving the Celtic alphabet.
We also have all the latest kits and tools in the Carver’s Toolbag, and 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 167!