In issue 79 of Woodworking Crafts you’ll find plenty to inspire and inform your crafts
In Projects, Mitch Peacock creates a fruit bowl using double bevel dovetails; Cedric Boyns builds a dowel-making tool; Amber Bailey makes a marquetry tissue box holder; Alan Holtham makes a high-end workbench on a budget; Jim Robinson upcycles some old bench tops to create a new bookcase; Andy Coates carves a house sparrow; Anthony Bailey makes a mini chest of drawers; Fred and Julie Byrne use their scrollsaw to make a door sign; Colwin Way turns a rice bowl and chopsticks; Liam Thomas updates a vintage coffee table; Kevin Alviti builds a space-saving, versatile device for his workshop; Anthony Bailey makes a simple stool with a dished seat; and Francesco Cremonini builds a folding table.
In our Techniques articles, Charles Mak tackles three Domino joinery challenges; Molly Winton shares her techniques for adding texture with pyrography; Walter Hall helps you master compound mitre saws; and Toyohisa Sugita explains his special method for making gap-free joints.
In Features, we discover the varied work of Kent-based woodworking firm, Spalted; Derek Jones explains how you can make big projects in a small workshop; Rob McFagan tells us about his thriving business making traditional shepherd’s huts; and Colin Sullivan looks at how the engineer’s combination square can be used in woodworking.
All this and more in issue 79 of Woodworking Crafts!