Keith Smith is the woodworker-author of this months’ lead project. Asked to restore a 40-year-old chair from Ecuador, Keith found the chair beyond repair, but an ideal template to copy, which he did – twice! It even prompted him to buy a lathe and get turning…
Keith also makes a return to our Workshop section with a new series we’re calling Shop Notes. Having in his time at The Woodworker answered over 250 readers’ questions in Q&A it was time for a new challenge. So Keith is now looking at workshop matters in a new way, identifying best practices, offering useful tips on tools, materials and techniques.
Hey, Ron Fox is back too. Ron has forgotten more about routers than we’ll ever know, so his insight into the care and use of this versatile tool is always welcome. This month, yes, it’s about the care of.
In Turning Chris Child and Bryn Edwards are offering two old favourites from the woodturners’ repertoire. Nothing wrong in that.
And finally in On Test Ben Plewes has three mitre saws on test, again with a range of price points.
So there you have it. All good stuff, we hope you’ll agree.
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