Woodworking Crafts Issue 61
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In issue 61 of Woodworking Crafts you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your crafts. In Projects & Techniques, Mitch Peacock makes a Japanese-style lantern; Charles Mak uses his router to make a roll-top box; while Derek Jones looks at the router’s planing and thicknessing abilities; Michael Huntley introduces the basic half-lap joint; Mike Jordan makes a cabinet from oak and MDF; the Salvage Sister makes art from offcuts; Peter Benson whittles a handy whistle; Alan Holtham explains how to improve your drill press accuracy; Jim Robinson makes a great little garden table; Hendrik Varju completes a kitchen makeover with crown mouldings and under-cabinet lighting; John Bullar has a guide to clamps and clamping; Gareth Irwin looks at traditional no-glue joints; Danny Harling shows us his green woodworking aids; and Mark Sanger turns a trio of candleholders.
In Features, Tony Davis shares his tips for protecting your timber stock; we look at the benefits and pitfalls of turning your hobby into a business; NHS worker turned furniture maker Anna Cornish tells us about her latest projects; Colin Sullivan uncovers the history of the hand drill; Lemuel Maldonado tells us how he taught himself woodworking; we celebrate 30 years of the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust; James Thorpe tells Kim Smith how an inspirational lecturer helped him become a business success; and we take some time out to appreciate bridges.
All this and more in issue 61 of Woodworking Crafts!