In issue 368 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy, beginning with our Guest Editor Pat Carroll who makes a lidded granite-effect jar; and introduces us to Irish woodworker and turner Robert O’Connor.
In Projects, Andy Coates makes a housing for a Bluetooth speaker; Andrew Potocnik turns a cremation urn from huon pine; Les Symonds makes a marking gauge; Cedric Boyns has some fun turning a chicken and egg box; Rick Rich describes how he made a decorative desk pen; Sue Harker turns a banksia nut bowl; Kev Alviti makes a stylish but practical rolling pin; and John Hawkswell makes a decorative light.
In our Techniques section, Matt Long explains the cuts needed for bowl turning; Mark Palma takes a fresh look at traditional faceplates; James N Duxbury explains how to achieve duplicate pieces; and Kurt Hertzog answers readers’ questions.
In Features, Emiliano Achaval tells us about his woodturning adventures in Argentina; John Holloway shares his classification of woodturners in his latest Tales from the Headstock; Richard Findley talks chairs, twists and bamboo in this month’s diary; and Pete Moncrieff-Jury ponders the age-old question of bad tools or bad workman.
Plus we have the latest news from the woodturning community and a sneak peek of our next issue.
All this and more in Woodturning 368!