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In issue 326 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In a packed Projects section, Les Symonds uses distressed timber to make a wire-bound bowl; Emiliano Achaval turns an amphora and stand; Colwin Way makes some kitchenware for a traditional afternoon tea; Andy Coates is inspired by antique vessels in his design for a ring-handled bowl; Chris West provides plans for a headphone stand; and Walter Hall makes new handles for old tools. We have a couple of festive projects for you too, as Rick Rich makes a snowman and, for something a bit different, Stuart Thomas creates an unusual sea urchin-shaped Christmas tree decoration.
In this month’s Techniques section, Richard Findley is challenged to master the basket weave illusion technique; Mark Sanger explores carving on turned work; Chris Grace continues his series on making the best use of the tools we already have; and Tom Wirsing explores the benefits of using CBN wheels when sharpening turning tools.
In Features, we pay tribute to the inspiring turner Ray Key; John Plater considers whether or not to sell products online; and in Featured Artist, Jenny Starbuck explains how her pierced creation came into being.
As well as all this, we also have our usual Kit & Tools pages; Community News; the Editor discusses seasonal plans in his Leader; and we have a sneak peek at our next issue.
All this and more in Woodturning 326!