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John Brown ~ Part 2

John Brown ~ Part 2

Phil Davy writes about the late John Brown

John Brown ~ Part 3

John Brown ~ Part 3

Extract from GW28:26 February 1995

John Brown ~ Part 4

John Brown ~ Part 4

Extract from GW60:58 September 1997

John Brown ~ Part 5

John Brown ~ Part 5

Extract from GW30:38 April 1995

John Brown ~ Part 6

John Brown ~ Part 6

Extract from GW106:56 March 2001

Cutting Housing Joints

Cutting Housing Joints

This guide shows you how to cut housing joints, which are widely used for furniture making.

Building kitchen cabinets

Building kitchen cabinets

Keith Smith looks at the different types of kitchen cabinets available and how shows how to build them.

Cutting & Jointing MFC (Melamine Faced Chipboard)

Cutting & Jointing MFC (Melamine Faced Chipboard)

If you’re going to use MFC (Melamine Faced Chipboard) to make your kitchen cabinets, follow The Keith Smith's trade guide to cutting and jointing.

Mistakes & how to fix 'em ~ Part 1 ~ Tenons

Mistakes & how to fix 'em ~ Part 1 ~ Tenons

It's happened to us all but sometimes a stray cut or loose joint can be rescued. WW's Mr Fixit Ian Taylor offers some essential tips

Mistakes & how to fix 'em ~ Part 2 ~ Dovetails

Mistakes & how to fix 'em ~ Part 2 ~ Dovetails

It's happened to us all but sometimes a stray cut or loose joint can be rescued. WW's Mr Fixit Ian Taylor offers some essential tips

The Bristol Five

The Bristol Five

Five graduates have found a novel way of setting up shop. Ben Plewes investigates.

Making a stable door.

Making a stable door.

This stable door combines period looks with practicality for an up to date version of a classic design.

The importance of measuring moisture content

The importance of measuring moisture content

The moisture content of you timber is crucial to consider when designing a piece. It's fundamental to get it right.

Georgian-style bell-top clock

Georgian-style bell-top clock

Peter Dunsmore makes this striking Georgian-style bell-top clock.

Mistakes & how to fix 'em ~ Part 4 ~ Tannin stains

Mistakes & how to fix 'em ~ Part 4 ~ Tannin stains

It's happened to us all but sometimes a stray cut or loose joint can be rescued. WW's Mr Fixit Ian Taylor offers some essential tips

Mistakes & how to fix 'em ~ Part 5 ~ Dent repair

Mistakes & how to fix 'em ~ Part 5 ~ Dent repair

It's happened to us all but sometimes a stray cut or loose joint can be rescued. WW's Mr Fixit Ian Taylor offers some essential tips

Mistakes & how to fix 'em ~ Part 3 ~ Shoulder gaps

Mistakes & how to fix 'em ~ Part 3 ~ Shoulder gaps

It's happened to us all but sometimes a stray cut or loose joint can be rescued. WW's Mr Fixit Ian Taylor offers some essential tips

A starter toolkit...

A starter toolkit...

...doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg, says Ray Smith, as he scours the second-hand market for chisels and spokeshaves

Sharpening a plane blade

Sharpening a plane blade

Allan Fyfe demonstrates how to square up, regrind and sharpen a plane iron

Kubb Movement ~ Game

Kubb Movement ~ Game

Based on an ancient Scandinavian design, Dave Mackenzie's outdoor party game is sure to spice up your barbecues this summer

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