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In issue 72 of Woodworking Crafts you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your crafts.
In Projects, Kevin Alviti uses up some offcuts and tests his skills with a set of kitchen trivets; Mark Palma turns pieces of waste wood into a beautiful table; Fred and Julie Byrne use the scrollsaw to make a romantic Valentine’s Day gift; Paul Purnell makes a mouse letter opener; Liam Thomas makes a replica Contour Chair; Steve Maskery designs jigs for box making; Nick Arnull turns an umbrella stand; Duncan Rose makes a set of kitchen cabinets; Anthony Bailey repairs a sash window; Amber Bailey repairs a water mark on some 1950s G Plan furniture; Mitch Peacock makes a bathroom storage chest; and Rob Stoakley builds a simple set of shelves from oak and plywood.
In our Techniques articles, Charles Mak shares two time-saving techniques to set up the Domino Joiner for reveal joinery; Danielle Dixon shares her pyrography techniques; Matt Long explains which measuring and marking tools you really need in your workshop; Alan Holtham demonstrates how to get the most out of your drill press; David Barron makes an open mortise and tenon joint; and Tony Davis explains the factors to consider before converting logs into timber.
In Features, we showcase the winners of the Wood Awards; in an extract from his new book Woodlander, Ben Law explains the different categories of woodland, plus you could win a copy of the book; we look at the stunningly intricate work of the Armenian carver Nairi Safaryan; Mitch Peacock introduces the social woodworking group, Bench.Talk.101; and Colin Sullivan tells the story of the Preston No.9 smoothing plane.
All this and more in issue 72 of Woodworking Crafts !
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