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 60 of Woodworking Crafts you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your crafts. In Projects & Techniques, David Barron makes a key cabinet; John Bullar explains his techniques for strong chair joints; Murray Taylor has a beginner’s guide to chip carving; Mitch Peacock makes a writing slope from rosewood; Alan Holtham gives a bandsaw masterclass; Paul Davies makes an Arts & Crafts-style bookcase; Dave Western shares his techniques for carving double-ended spoons; Kevin Jan Bonner turns a dusty old chair into a useful garden seat; Stuart Lawson shows how to make mortise and tenons on a router; Alan Goodsell makes a bird box; Richard Findley turns a batch of replacement stair spindles; Krishan Vara upcycles an old kitchen sink to make a garden potting bench; Hendrik Varju revamps his kitchen drawers; Mattia Migliorati puts some scrap wood to good use by making a bottle opener; Gary Rogowski makes an oak mirror frame; Michael T Collins crafts a new kitchen counter top; and Brendan Devitt-Spooner builds a fuss-free drop leaf table.
Features include the history of the lumberjack; a look at the philosophy behind Japanese tools; a guide to the world’s most beautiful forests; plus we have profiles of construction companies Sussex Huts and The Classic Barn Company.
All this and more in issue 60 of Woodworking Crafts!