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2 projects in 1

2 projects in 1

This simple project by Janice Anderssen uses basic materials to make a tool box that also doubles up as a handy step stool

Pens – Thinking Outside the Boxiness

Pens – Thinking Outside the Boxiness

James Trimble suggests some great tips for turning pens and takes you through the process of turning your own nonconformist version

Chinese Puzzle

Chinese Puzzle

Bob Chapman’s turned version of a 13th-century Chinese jar is a real delight, but it remains to be seen if it will survive for as long as its pottery counterpart

Four routes into a career in fine woodwork

Four routes into a career in fine woodwork

John McMahon of the John McMahon School of Fine Woodwork shares his advice on turning professional.

Large vase on a small lathe

Large vase on a small lathe

Owning a small lathe doesn’t have to limit the size of project you turn. Here, Les Thorne offers a clever solutiopn that will allow you to make a large vase in two parts.

Box-Making Master

Box-Making Master

With over 40 years’ woodworking experience under his belt, former cabinetmaker turned box maker Steve Altman’s passion for what he does is abundantly clear

Going for a Song

Going for a Song

Annemarie Adams takes a simple design for a wooden whistle and gives it wings

Up, Up and Away – Part 2

Up, Up and Away – Part 2

In part 2 of his toy aeroplane build, having made all of the turned components, Ian Wilkie now sets about completing the propeller, wings, tailplane and undercarriage, then we’re ready for take off!

A tale of three smoothers

A tale of three smoothers

Robin Gates tunes three classic smoothing planes and is surprised by his results

Breakfast’s ready!

Breakfast’s ready!

Avoid burnt fingers and soggy toast with Peter Whittle’s rack and scissors

Workers of Wood

Workers of Wood

Peter Bishop shows that no matter where you place yourself within the broad category of woodworking, it should be enjoyed in all its guises

Woodworking Adventures

Woodworking Adventures

David Moody shows that even with limited tools, budget and space, you can still make some useful woodworking projects

The Wave Cabinet

The Wave Cabinet

The Wave Cabinet by Sebastian Errazuriz

complex multi-dimensional furniture

complex multi-dimensional furniture

Bending rigid wood to achieve beautiful flowing movement is not easy, this work appears effortless.

Corner cabinet Plans

Corner cabinet Plans

Corner solutions .... Bernard Greatrix's Oak cabinet

Sculpted with a bandsaw

Sculpted with a bandsaw

The City Series, sculptures using a technique that involves intuitive cutting with a bandsaw.

Rising Furniture,

Rising Furniture,

Robert Van Embricqs rising furntiure, cleverly designed, simple, elegant and functional

David Roentgens - Extravagant Inventions

David Roentgens - Extravagant Inventions

The innovative talents of David Roentgen and his inventive European furniture making.

Kinetic sculpture by Scott Weaver

Kinetic sculpture by Scott Weaver

An amazingly intricate and complex kinetic sculpture by Scott Weaver.

Benjamin Graindorge, Fallen Tree

Benjamin Graindorge, Fallen Tree

Created by designer Benjamin Graindorge, Fallen Tree is a striking piece of furniture that's half tree, half bench.

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