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Welcome to our May issue, which we’ve done our best to cram full of spring-time projects and techniques for you to make and learn from, as well as a few interesting and inspirational features to boot. If we start by taking a look at our wide range of projects and turning articles, first up is Peter Benson’s four matching planters, which he makes for his daughter’s garden; next, inspired by his late Grandad’s homemade tools, Martin Pim-Keirle produces his own traditional wooden full-depth marking gauge; why saw when you can turn? says Dave Roberts, who presents this month’s turning challenge; Phil Davy brings a cupboard back to its former beauty; Les Thorne’s beaded and burnt bowl in brown oak makes use of liming wax and blowtorching to create an interesting effect; and last but not least, Ian Wilkie’s clever design for a small cottage-type dolls’ house features two floors, a folding roof and looks very effective when painted.
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