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In issue 328 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In Projects, Walter Hall makes a two-part kitchen ladle; Emiliano Achaval creates a vessel inspired by ancient civilisations; and Chris West provides plans for salt and pepper shakers.
In our Techniques section, Andy Coates uses carbide burrs to decorate hollow pots; Pat Carroll discusses the issues involved in turning platters; Richard Findley’s Editor’s challenge is branded decoration; Mark Sanger uses rotary tools and long-neck mini angle grinders to carve textures; Adrian Jacobs fine-tunes his homemade ornamental lathe; Colwin Way explores the core techniques involved in creating natural-edge forms; in the final part of the Let’s Talk series, Chris Grace discusses achieving a good finish on your projects; and Geoffrey Laycock looks at the issues involved with moving, building and setting up a new workshop.
In Features, we meet turner Maggie Wright; John Plater reflects on elements of professionalism in his work; and Pete Moncrief considers the ups and downs of exhibiting at craft shows.
As well as all this, we have our usual Kit & Tools pages with a focus on hollowing tools; Leader from the Editor, Community news; and a sneak peek of our next issue.
All this and more in Woodturning 328!