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In issue 354 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In Projects, Andrew Potocnik revisits an old project but changes the timber to dry Tasmanian leatherwood; Steve Bisco turns a card holder; Nick Simpson explains how he made his Steampunk-inspired tricylinders; Les Symonds makes the second part of a tea-service for two, influenced by the Art Deco work of Clarice Cliff; Richard Findley is tasked with making a wearable wooden ring; Luigi D’Amato adds elegance and refinement to a pierced mahogany box; Alan Holtham makes a small finial box; and Jim McConnachie creates an unusual segmented vase in maple.
In our Techniques section, Andy Coates looks at how to turn safely and successfully using difficult stock; Rick Rich challenges you to evaluate your skill with a vintage practice piece; Brian Horais shows how to create a unique shape for a twisted peppermill; Kurt Hertzog answers readers’ questions; Stewart Furini uses centrifugal force to decorate wood with colour; and Mark F Palma looks at how to get more from a mini lathe.
In Features, Hawaii-based turner John Mydock tells us about the inspirations behind his decorative work; and Pete Moncrieff-Jury takes pleasure in creating something special in difficult times.
Plus we have the latest news from the woodturning community and a sneak peek of our next issue.
All this and more in Woodturning 354!
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