Woodworking Crafts Issue 60
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In issue 60 of Woodworking Crafts you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your crafts. In Projects & Techniques, David Barron makes a key cabinet; John Bullar explains his techniques for strong chair joints; Murray Taylor has a beginner’s guide to chip carving; Mitch Peacock makes a writing slope from rosewood; Alan Holtham gives a bandsaw masterclass; Paul Davies makes an Arts & Crafts-style bookcase; Dave Western shares his techniques for carving double-ended spoons; Kevin Jan Bonner turns a dusty old chair into a useful garden seat; Stuart Lawson shows how to make mortise and tenons on a router; Alan Goodsell makes a bird box; Richard Findley turns a batch of replacement stair spindles; Krishan Vara upcycles an old kitchen sink to make a garden potting bench; Hendrik Varju revamps his kitchen drawers; Mattia Migliorati puts some scrap wood to good use by making a bottle opener; Gary Rogowski makes an oak mirror frame; Michael T Collins crafts a new kitchen counter top; and Brendan Devitt-Spooner builds a fuss-free drop leaf table.
Features include the history of the lumberjack; a look at the philosophy behind Japanese tools; a guide to the world’s most beautiful forests; plus we have profiles of construction companies Sussex Huts and The Classic Barn Company.
All this and more in issue 60 of Woodworking Crafts!