What's in issue 246 of Good Woodworking
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LEAD BY EXAMPLE
Scottish designer-maker Angus Ross is one of woodworking’s true leading lights
Table with oysters: Mark Griffiths embellishes his coopered low table with Queen Anne-inspired oyster marquetry
Chest of drawers: Brian Barber shows you how to take liberties with design in this chest with floating top
Long bookcase: It might look simple but David Oldfield’s latest piece called for much ingenuity and skill
PEOPLE & PLACES
The student’s bench: In a new series Mark Gould explains his first year studying furniture making at London Met
The Morris Chair: The latest Anatomy of a Classic focuses on William Morris’ Sussex and Morris chairs
The launch of Mat Ali: Charlie Hussey is restoring an old chengal yacht
Bracket placement: Don’t shirk the work when it comes to replacing bracket feet, says Stephen Simmons
Modding the grinder: Chisel abuse led Jeff Gorman's to engineer a solution to deal with the damage
How do I choose: Phil Davey advises on which glues work best for different tasks.
In praise of hand drills: “There is life left in them tools!” Phil Davey says in the latest If You’re So Smart
TOOLS ON TEST
Black and Decker recip’ saw
Utrasonic rust removal bath
Kreg K4 jig system
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