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In issue 62 of Woodworking Crafts you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your crafts.
In Projects & Techniques, Abdollah Nafisi explains why steam bending is easier than you might think; Fred and Julie Byrne use their scrollsaw to make a useful herb holder; Charles Mak makes compound angled joinery the easy way; Mitch Peacock repairs a Queen Anne-style dressing stool; Peter Brett uses a couple of handy jigs to make some colourful food boards; Francesco Cremonini and Giacomo Malaspina join forces to create a built-in bookcase; Derek Jones makes a bamboo bug house for garden insects; Bob Neill explains the basics of pyrography; John Bullar looks at traditional green woodworking joints; Alan Holtham uses MDF to make a kitchen display unit; Andy Coates turns a table lamp from a reclaimed oak post; Louise Biggs carries out a sympathetic restoration on an antique oak table; and Mattia Migliorati makes a Japanese-style low coffee table.
In Features, Gary Marshall asks whether planting more trees is always a good thing; young entrepreneur Tom Rowell tells us about the impact woodworking (and beekeeping) has had on his life; Anthony Bailey takes inspiration from Art Deco architecture and design; and we consider the importance of seizing the day and taking on new challenges.
All this and more in issue 62 of Woodworking Crafts!
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