Issue 394 of Woodturning – out now!


In issue 394 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy, beginning with our Guest Editor, James Duxbury, who introduces the issue; turns a holder for a tussie mussie; and meets Texan turner Andy Chen who has a unique segmented turning style.

In Projects, Andrew Potocnik explores the sensory nature of wood by creating a series of tactile shapes;
Les Symonds completes his traditional Japanese tea service; Andy Coates makes a barrel-shaped jewellery
box; Michael Anderson turns an egg-in-an-egg sculpture; Ger Vervoort turns a box inspired by the Sputnik satellite; Sue Harker makes a stand and bowl for storing rings and earrings; and Rick Rich replicates a vintage candlestick.

In our Techniques section, Kurt Hertzog answers readers’ questions; Joe Creed-Kaile discusses finials and proportion; and Mark Palma explains how to turn unfinished work as he finishes three rough-turned bowls after a turner passes away.

In Features, we review new books by Richard Findley and Mike Darlow; we look at the Wood Symphony Gallery’s exhibition of work by Alain Mailland; Stewart Furini reports from the 4th Greek Open Woodturning Meeting in Artemida; Anthony Bailey shares his guide to sycamore; Richard Findley explains how he comes up with his demos and the projects that he shares in them; and Pete Moncrieff-Jury admits to the woodturnings he can’t bear to part with.

Plus we have a sneak peek of our next issue.

All this and more in Woodturning 394!

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