Welcome to our Autumn Special, which features a whole host of articles for you to learn from and enjoy. We’ve gone for something a bit fun on this month’s cover - Grace Silverwood’s rocking giraffe - so meet Gilly and learn how to make your very own version in the first of this two-part series. Other projects in store include Janice Anderssen’s cheese and wine bar, which is made using PAR pine and will allow you to show off your DIY skills; Colin Simpson turns a challenging flask in ash with contrasting plug and stopper; Clint Rose sets about restoring an old router plane as well as turning a custom set of handles to really make it ‘pop’; Phil Davy’s adjustable shelving is fitted to the uprights without screws; Les Thorne sets about turning a pedestal bowl in oak with added details, and last but not least, if you have lots of offcuts lying around and a few other staple supplies, try having a go at Rick Wheaton’s easy-to-make door stop.
Read more here.
...Great British Bake Off finalist Richard Burr
...with Machine Mart's New Autumn/Winter Catalogue
...and handle bigger logs with LT70 Wide sawmill and blades
...new developments in the range from TIMco
...the way we fund our DIY projects
View some of the latest gallery images
Making use of the clever Simon Hope laser kit hollowing system, Les Thorne turns a vase in English y...
Matthew White takes inspiration from a vintage effect hall tree and creates his own walnut version t...
When small isnít beautiful
See our free Trade Woodworking publication, Woodworking News
Fancy uploading your pictures to the gallery? Click here for a quick guide on resizing your pictures and creating your own gallery albums
Leave comments about GetWoodworking.com, Good Woodworking and The Woodworker here
Want the latest issue of The Woodworker incorporating Good Woodworking? Use our magazine locator links to find your nearest stockist!
We're always happy to hear from you, so feel free to get in touch!