The coracle, a small keel-less boat, has always been used as a means of fishing or transportation. Here, John Greeves takes us through the steps for making one that are used by Mark Aplin on his dedicated courses
Bob Chapmanís turned version of a 13th-century Chinese jar is a real delight, but it remains to be seen if it will survive for as long as its pottery counterpart
Annemarie Adams takes a simple design for a wooden whistle and gives it wings
Peter Bishop shows that no matter where you place yourself within the broad category of woodworking, it should be enjoyed in all its guises
David Moody shows that even with limited tools, budget and space, you can still make some useful woodworking projects
Bending rigid wood to achieve beautiful flowing movement is not easy, this work appears effortless.
The City Series, sculptures using a technique that involves intuitive cutting with a bandsaw.
An amazingly intricate and complex kinetic sculpture by Scott Weaver.
Created by designer Benjamin Graindorge, Fallen Tree is a striking piece of furniture that's half tree, half bench.
George Wurtzel says that one can learn to see with their hands. George is a craftsperson and artist who happens to be blind.
Greg Klassen has developed a beautiful line of furniture called the River Collection, featuring a reverse of the "live edge"
Dennis Wake presents his guide to making a closed segmented vase
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