We’re pleased to announce that our September issue is now on sale, so if you don’t already subscribe, then be sure to head down to your nearest retailer and get your hands on this feature-packed edition. So what can you expect to see this month? Well, in projects & turning, Shaun Newman further explains the steps required for making an early Viennese guitar in the style of Johann Georg Staufer; Andrew Hall uses his turning expertise to make a matching pair of Victorian sconces; Colin Simpson turns a small bowl and deliberately cuts it in half, which proves to be a great method for ‘saving’ split bowls; Clint Rose of Timber Anew makes a wooden bevel gauge to inspire others to try their hand at woodworking; Phil Davy adapts and roofs his wheelie bin store and last but not least, taking a break from turning the usual round objects, Les Thorne creates a rectangular bowl in ash with a circular bottom, which he then airbrushes to add a touch of colour.
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