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Woodworking Crafts is intended for anyone and everyone from beginners to experienced woodworkers who want to expand their range woodworking knowledge and learn new skills. It covers everything from green woodworking to cabinetmaking to DIY, upcycling, restoration and many craft disciplines based on wood such as marquetry, pyrography, woodturning and carving. The emphasis is on applied techniques and working with different tools and materials. Readers are encouraged to interact and play their part too, with reader based product tests, letters, hints and tips published in each issue.

In this month's issue:

In issue 24 of Woodworking Crafts, in ‘Projects’ Brendan Divitt-Spooner makes a beautiful waney edge desk; Michael T Collings makes an adjustable lectern; Peter Wood works on a cleft gate; Simon Rodway provides plans for a potting shed; Paul Purnell makes a walking stick with the head of a brown hare; and Nick Arnull makes some craft fair alternatives.

In our ‘Techniques’ Louise Biggs works on a pine chest reduction; the Editor looks at router extended running surfaces, 10 tips for external finishes, dealing with decay, wood movement, looks at advanced toolkits, using bandsaws and installing drawer runners.

Finally, we have lot’s for you to enjoy in our ‘Community’ pages, including; the latest news and events; our ‘Q&A’ page; we have Kitted Out; a sneak peek at our next issue; the Editor looks at yew; Nicola Butcher talks about workshop alternatives; meet this month’s contributors; we look at the intricate art of gunmaking; Gary Marshall looks at hedgelaying; and the Editor visits Chichester College and looks at the Chester Rows.

All this and more in issue 24 of Woodworking Crafts, so be sure to get yourself a copy!

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