Another spring issue under our belts and we think you’ll particularly like this one, not only because it contains a fantastic profile on furniture and plane maker Theo Cook, but also because it’s filled with a wide variety of fantastic projects and technical articles, not to mention tests.
So, to get things started Charles Mak shows you how to cut the decorative joinery for an inlaid wine bottle box by hand; Adrian Parfitt comes up with two complicated designs for an arched altar table commission before one is finally chosen; Dave Roberts uses antique mahogany to recreate a classic piece – a travelling salesman’s sample; if you want to maximise room space by reversing the door, Phil Davy tells you how to do it with mortise & rim locks; and last but not least, in turning, Les Thorne comes up with a cauldron-style bowl design in olive ash, which features textured and carved feet as well as pyrographed detail on the rim
Read more here.
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