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 issue 48 of Woodworking Crafts, we have some great Projects for you to try. Louise Biggs replicates an antique oak chair; Michael T Collins shows you how to make your own marking gauge; and Gareth Irwin continues work on his Welsh stick chair. We also have plans for making a magazine rack and a corner cabinet; and in an extract from Junk Beautiful: Furniture ReFreshed, Sue Whitney makes an upcycled bathroom caddy.
In our Techniques section, the Editor restores an antique drop-leaf table; Amber Bailey restores a lacquer panel; Paul Bignell carves a linenfold panel; and Tricks of the Trade focuses on the pencil gauge.
Finally, we have lots for you to enjoy in our Community pages, including features on handsaws, woodcarver JoJo Wood and Charles Rennie Mackintosh; plus there’s this month’s Trees for Life and Woodland Ways. We also have the latest news and events; Ask the Experts; Kit and Tools; and tests of Mirka’s DEOS sander and Triton’s Superjaws.
All this and more in issue 48 of Woodworking Crafts, so be sure to get yourself a copy!