Issue 395 of Woodturning – out now!


In issue 395 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy, beginning with our Guest Editor, Andy Coates, who introduces the issue; turns a bowl with insets of branches and offcuts; and talks colour, creativity and whimsy with artistic turner Tic Challis.

In Projects, Les Symonds turns a hollow form with a square neck; Andrew Potocnik designs a triangular bowl with tapered feet; James Duxbury makes a bowl inspired by shark’s teeth; John Hawkswell incorporates epoxy putty in the decoration of a lidded box; Ger Vervoort makes a wooden ballpoint pen without using a pen kit; Colwin Way finds beauty in a beast of a burr when he turns a pot; and Sue Harker makes a letter rack.

In our Techniques section, Richard Findley begins a new series on building skew chisel skills; Kurt Hertzog answers readers’ questions; and Mark Palma explains how to turn highly figured wood.

In Features, we look at the art on show at the Turned and Sculpted Wood exhibition; Pete Moncrieff-Jury hopes for woodturning to be a creative outlet for all, especially the young; and, as Dave and Janet Bates retire, Peter Holt looks back at the history of Stiles and Bates and on to the future.

Plus we have a sneak peek of our next issue.

All this and more in Woodturning 395!

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