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These simple shelves provide an ideal opportunity to practice through dovetails.
A simple but highly effective solution for crosscutting and shooting with a hand plane.
Ralph Harvey demonstrates how to make a flower lattice with the aid of a jig
Allan Fyfe of Lethenty Mill Furniture, discusses the merits of the spokeshave.
Says Peter Benson, who has some more useful ideas for arranging your workshop
Allan Fyfe of Lethenty Mill Furniture takes a lighthearted look at the virtues of the Tormek Grinder
Jeff Gorman reflects on the best ways to handle your tools Subscribers Only
Armed to the teeth with restoration knowledge, Stephen Simmons defends the place of metal fixings in furniture
This is a method by which the Victorian effect of darkened Oak timber may be obtained.
My pocket hole joints always seem to move as the first screw is driven home. Commercial clamps are expensive so I have adapted a quick clamp for the job
little acorns grow. Andy King reports from one of Sheffields survivors, Clico, manufacturer of Clifton planes
Image gallery of Fine furniture by Matthew Burt
Darren Loucaides meets Matthew Burt, the fine furnituremaker with more ideas than one man can make
Meet the team that support Matthew Burt and his business
Mike Riley starts another curious journey by falling through the screen and into the web
Fancy trying your hand at woodturning, but donít know where to start? Alan Holtham will show you the way in this brand new series. Hereís part 1Ö
In this 2nd installment of Turning for beginners, Alan Holtham looks at what tools you'll need to to get on the road to turning success! Subscribers Only
Alan continues his turning series by looking at how best to hold the work
Versatility and accuracy at an affordable price
Here's Ralph Harvey's tutorial on making a lattice guide
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