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In issue 377 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy, beginning with our Guest Editor, Andrew Potocnik, who welcomes you to the issue; experiments with texturing techniques; and introduces thin-walled turning expert Paul Barton.
In Projects, Andy Coates makes an olive oil bottle; Pat Carroll turns a pot with a textured lid; Sue Harker makes a pestle and mortar; Alan Holtham turns a table lamp; Les Symonds continues his toy series with a search-and-rescue helicopter; and Mike Stafford tackles a multi-axis lacewood Scherk.
We have some Christmas projects for you too, as Kevin Alviti gets creative with tree decorations; Cedric Boyns makes a charming skiing reindeer; and John Hawkswell uses pyrography to add festive flavour to a simple candle holder.
In our Techniques section, Chris West tries reverse sanding; Mark Palma reviews non-woven abrasives; and Kurt Hertzog answers readers’ questions.
In Features, George Parke describes the intricacies of his latest segmented pieces; Richard Findley tells us about an RPT initiative for young turners; we take a look at a selection of pieces from the Wood Symphony Gallery’s annual exhibition of small wooden masterpieces; John Holloway finds festive joy making gifts; and Pete Moncrieff-Jury suggests you pay attention to detail while turning.
Plus we have the latest news from the woodturning community and a sneak peek of our next issue.
All this and more in Woodturning 377!
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