Woodworking Crafts is intended for anyone and everyone from beginners to experienced woodworkers who want to expand their range woodworking knowledge and learn new skills. It covers everything from green woodworking to cabinetmaking to DIY, upcycling, restoration and many craft disciplines based on wood such as marquetry, pyrography, woodturning and carving. The emphasis is on applied techniques and working with different tools and materials. Readers are encouraged to interact and play their part too, with reader based product tests, letters, hints and tips published in each issue.
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In this month’s issue:
Issue 56 of Woodworking Crafts has lots of great articles for you to enjoy. In Projects, Mike Cowie makes an Arts & Crafts-style writing desk; the versatile Domino jointer comes into its own on a workshop stool design; the Editor shows just how easy it is to turn a neglected old window frame into a glazed door for a retro-style display cabinet; Jean Grace carves an angelfish; Krishan Vara builds a chestnut cleft gate; and Simon Rodway provides the plans for a sideboard.
In our Techniques section, Louise Biggs restores an antique cake stand; Michael T Collins makes a circle-cutting jig; Colin Sullivan explains how to make and use a screw stem marking gauge; Tricks of the Trade looks at shaped abrasives; and we continue our series on mortise and tenon joints.
In our Community pages, we learn about the work of the Earth Trust and pay a visit to the Sanctuary of Truth in Thailand.
We also have the latest news and events; book reviews; product tests; and a sneak peek at our next issue.
All this and more in issue 56 of Woodworking Crafts, so be sure to get yourself a copy!