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In issue 82 of Woodworking Crafts you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your crafts.
In Projects, Mitch Peacock adds a useful parallel fence system to his kerfing plane; inspired by the history of milling, Kev Alviti makes a hand grain mill; Charles Mak builds a knock-down lawn chair; Asa Christiana uses mitre joints to build a cabinet for a Bluetooth speaker; Oz Hassan creates a neat storage solution for a messy hallway; Theo Cook makes a laminated serving tray; Anthony Bailey uses his router to make a fluted wall clock; Amber Bailey designs a marquetry room sign; Marc Cotterill carves a mallard duck walking stick head; Richard Findley turns a roof fi-nial; Alan Holtham builds a sturdy chicken coop; Fred and Julie Byrne make an intarsia porthole decoration; Michael Huntley restores an antique secretaire; Jim Robinson makes a simple knife block; and Peter Brett cre-ates a Shaker-style bench.
In our Techniques articles, Anthony Bailey shows how to make a halving joint; Molly Winton explains how to embellish your work using pyrography brands; Derek Jones shares tips for installing hinges; Walter Hall discuss-es bandsaws; and Geoffrey Laycock constructs a simple jig that will take the stress out of box making.
In Features, Britain’s Best Woodworker finalist Chloe Hook tells us about her unique work; and we meet multi-media maker, Dave Gunner.
All this and more in issue 82 of Woodworking Crafts !
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