2020 seems to be flying by, and although we still find ourselves living in strange and uncertain times, here at the magazine we’re working hard to keep producing a publication you enjoy. So welcome to our June issue, which contains a whole host of interesting, entertaining and diverse content, including projects and turning articles, technical content, features, plus tests on various kit and tools.
In our projects section, Liam Barclay takes matters into his own hands as he builds a striking sculpted sofa in oak to his own personal specifications; next, in the first of a two-part series, Tim Molderez sets about making a beautiful Japanese style blanket chest, which features hand-carved panels and a hand-weaved sliding compartment; in turning, why not have a go at making one of Dave Roberts’ wall-hanging whatnots; Dominic Collings gets up to speed on a Festool Domino jointer, cutting the 328 mortises required for a couple of planters in eight hours; Phil Skinner makes three mallets and three cutting gauges from timber offcuts; and last but not least, Les Thorne shows you how to lift a plain sycamore bowl by applying airbrushing techniques.
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