Woodworking Crafts is a bi-monthly magazine for woodworkers of all levels, covering everything from green woodworking to cabinetmaking, up-cycling, restoration and many craft disciplines based on wood such as marquetry, pyrography, woodturning and carving. Woodworking Crafts is intended for anyone and everyone from beginners to experienced woodworkers who want to expand their woodworking knowledge and learn new skills.
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In issue 59 of Woodworking Crafts you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your crafts. In Projects, Brendan Devitt-Spooner makes a walnut dining table; Kevin Jan Bonner restores an antique chest of drawers; Dave Wilkins explains the basics of walking stick making; Mattia Migliorati uses stitching to make unique round wooden boxes; Danny Harling shows us how to turn a baluster-style chair leg on a pole lathe; James Hatter makes a stylish fire surround; John Everett uses the scrollsaw to make a personalised tool caddy; Andy Hibberd shares his techniques for letter carving on both wood and stone; Anthony Bailey explains the secret of the hollow box section technique; Morgan Peyrot makes a bed fit for a king; Mitch Peacock creates a bedside table in an East Asian style; Steven Russell turns a pestle and mortar; Michael T Collins builds a child’s workbench; John Bullar makes a supersized dovetail joint; and Alan Holtham makes a freestanding storage unit from veneered boards.
Features include a showcase of the winning designs from the Wood Awards 2019; Andrew Jones and Clive George advise on the best woods to use for walking sticks; we explore what can be learned from unfinished projects; and Anthony Bailey has a guide to getting the most from your woodburning stove.
We also have profiles of willow sculpture maker Trottiscliffe Willow, and Chiemi Ogura who makes traditional Japanese bamboo basketry.
All this and more in issue 59 of Woodworking Crafts!