In issue 76 of Woodworking Crafts you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your crafts
In Projects, Mitch Peacock builds a joggers’ bench to store his running shoes; Charles Mak repairs a 1950s oak coffee table; Rick Rich makes a six-board chest; Kevin Alviti turns a storm-blown yew tree into a garden gate; Cedric Boynes carves an impressive bird sculpture; Anthony Bailey uses his router to make a traditional butler’s tray; Colwin Way turns three toys; Peter Brett makes a splay-legged bench; Fred and Julie Byrne make unicorn bookends; Matt Long builds some bespoke window shutters; Antonio Medica and Valentina Panichi use modern techniques and tools to make an Arts & Crafts bookcase; and Aaron Moore restores a vintage eggbeater drill.
In our Techniques articles, Wayne Barton demonstrates chip carving; Anthony Bailey explains the benefits of using the pocket hole jig for jointing; Walter Hall discusses the advantages of router tables; and Anthony Bailey looks at different types of panel edgings.
In Features, Chris Holland of Wooden Luxury tells us about his firm’s traditional craft skills; we visit a sustainable house; and we learn about the latest projects supported by the European Forest Institute and His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales.
All this and more in issue 76 of Woodworking Crafts!