Can you believe that June is here and we are now on the verge of embracing the summer months? What a great excuse to get out in your workshops and tinker away with new projects, or how about making something new for the garden? We hope our latest issue gives you some great ideas for unique projects, teaches you some new hints and tips, and gives you the impetus you need to get creative with your woodworking and woodturning. So, what do we have in store for you this month? First up we have Clint Rose, who makes use of pallet wood to build his very own bench-top spring pole-lathe; Andrew Hall shows you how to create your very own dinner service using pieces of air-dried ash; inspired by an exhibit in a Yorkshire abbey, Tony 'Bodger' Scott turns a couple of scraps into a garden game; Les Thorne's novel design combines bubinga, metal and plastic to create a mixed media goblet that is a true piece of art; and last but not least, Phil Davy replaces an outhouse door with a more fitting traditional framed, ledged and braced pattern, which is perfect for a period property.
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