Woodturning Issue 344 (Current issue)

$5.54

NEXT ISSUE DELAY: We would like to notify our readers that due to the current situation, the next issue of Woodturning has been delayed. Issue 345 will now be on sale on 11 June (in the UK) instead of 14 May.
In issue 344 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In Projects, Pat Carroll makes a platter with a carved rim; David Springett turns a novelty ‘Singapore ball’; Jason Breach makes a challenging and unusual shaped box; Ian Woodford creates a useful twine holder; Guilio Marcolongo shows Emiliano Achaval how to create his signature box with off-centre turned lid; and Chris West explores chain link inlay design.
In our Techniques section, Richard Findley experiments with alternatives to ivory; Mark Sanger continues his work on cross-grain bowls; Les Symonds takes an in-depth look at the spindle roughing gouge; Andy Coates tries out more unusual methods of holding work on the lathe; Kurt Hertzog answers readers’ questions; and Mark Palma shares his tips on turning better plates.
In Features, Ray Blake tells us about his woodworking journey and Pete Moncrieff-Jury explores the tricky subject of commenting on other people’s work.
As well as all this, we also have our usual Leader from the Editor, Community News and a sneak peek of our next issue.
All this and more in Woodturning 344!

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In issue 344 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In Projects, Pat Carroll makes a platter with a carved rim; David Springett turns a novelty ‘Singapore ball’; Jason Breach makes a challenging and unusual shaped box; Ian Woodford creates a useful twine holder; Guilio Marcolongo shows Emiliano Achaval how to create his signature box with off-centre turned lid; and Chris West explores chain link inlay design.

In our Techniques section, Richard Findley experiments with alternatives to ivory; Mark Sanger continues his work on cross-grain bowls; Les Symonds takes an in-depth look at the spindle roughing gouge; Andy Coates tries out more unusual methods of holding work on the lathe; Kurt Hertzog answers readers’ questions; and Mark Palma shares his tips on turning better plates.

In Features, Ray Blake tells us about his woodworking journey and Pete Moncrieff-Jury explores the tricky subject of commenting on other people’s work.

As well as all this, we also have our usual Leader from the Editor, Community News and a sneak peek of our next issue.

All this and more in Woodturning 344!