In issue 385 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy, beginning with our Guest Editor, Mark Palma, who introduces the issue; experiments with casting resin pen blanks; meets former AAW frontwoman Linda Ferber; recalls a lesson in humility learnt from a stubborn blank; and shares his secrets for taming workshop dust.
In Projects, Andrew Potocnik creates a vessel with a pierced rim of leaves; Mike Stafford turns ort bowls for his wife’s needlepoint projects; Andy Coates turns an unusual candle holder with a threaded stand; Alan Holtham spices up his cooking with a bespoke peppermill; Sue Harker shows how to turn a handy container for a kitchen sponge; and Les Symonds starts a new series on sources of inspiration with a cradled bowl.
In our Techniques section, Kurt Hertzog answers readers’ questions; and James Duxbury makes an eccentric wooden chuck.
In Features, Emiliano Achaval and Pat Carroll recount their recent trip to Alaska; Rick Eastman concludes the story about woodturner Lionel Thain’s ambitious project to build the ultimate woodturning workshop; Colwin Way and Nick Agar set out on a seven-week woodturning adventure around America; Greg Kent presents his lace oak teapot, which will be exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition; Richard Findley talks jigs and production work in his latest workshop diary; and Pete Moncrieff-Jury wrestles with the moral dilemma of copyright.
Plus we have the latest news from the woodturning community and a sneak peek of our next issue.
All this and more in Woodturning 385!