Issue 393 of Woodturning – out now!


In issue 392 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy, beginning with our Guest Editor, Mark Palma, who introduces the issue; turns a replacement lid for a treasured cookie jar; meets Colorado-based Jessica Edwards, who explains how she overcame depression by turning; and restores a CBN wheel that has seen better days.

In Projects, Les Symonds makes a Japanese-style teapot; Emiliano Achaval uses brass threaded rings to make an olive root burl box; Andy Coates makes the most of a precious lump of burr elm by turning it into a bowl; Sue Harker creates three rustic bowls; Andrew Potocnik turns a flaw into a feature with his red ironbark bowl; and James Duxbury makes a handy kitchen spatula.

In our Techniques section, Elizabeth Weber adds texture and colour to a turned box; Colwin Way explains the process of rough turning blanks ready for your next projects; and Kurt Hertzog answers readers’ questions.

In Features, Richard Findley looks at what it takes to earn money as a demonstrator; we learn about two turners who will receive QEST funding; we showcase works from the Michael Hosaluk – Past and Present exhibition at the Wood Symphony Gallery; colouring expert Stewart Furini updates Peter Holt of The Garden of England Woodturners on what the past five years have held for him; and Pete Moncrieff-Jury asks whether you can make your turning hobby into a paid living.

Plus we have a sneak peek of our next issue.

All this and more in Woodturning 393!

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