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 61 of Woodworking Crafts you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your crafts. In Projects & Techniques, Mitch Peacock makes a Japanese-style lantern; Charles Mak uses his router to make a roll-top box; while Derek Jones looks at the router’s planing and thicknessing abilities; Michael Huntley introduces the basic half-lap joint; Mike Jordan makes a cabinet from oak and MDF; the Salvage Sister makes art from offcuts; Peter Benson whittles a handy whistle; Alan Holtham explains how to improve your drill press accuracy; Jim Robinson makes a great little garden table; Hendrik Varju completes a kitchen makeover with crown mouldings and under-cabinet lighting; John Bullar has a guide to clamps and clamping; Gareth Irwin looks at traditional no-glue joints; Danny Harling shows us his green woodworking aids; and Mark Sanger turns a trio of candleholders.
In Features, Tony Davis shares his tips for protecting your timber stock; we look at the benefits and pitfalls of turning your hobby into a business; NHS worker turned furniture maker Anna Cornish tells us about her latest projects; Colin Sullivan uncovers the history of the hand drill; Lemuel Maldonado tells us how he taught himself woodworking; we celebrate 30 years of the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust; James Thorpe tells Kim Smith how an inspirational lecturer helped him become a business success; and we take some time out to appreciate bridges.
All this and more in issue 61 of Woodworking Crafts!