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Woodturning is read by turning enthusiasts in over 60 countries worldwide and is packed with projects, features on turners around the world, tests and reviews, as well as news, letters and tips. Our projects cater for varying levels of ability, so there is something for everyone, from beginner to professional.

In this month's issue:

In issue 282 of Woodturning magazine, in ‘Projects’, Neil Scobie makes a box with a carved lid; Bob Chapman turns a hawthorn log into a fluted vase; Mark Baker shows you how to create three different bowl designs; Ian Woodford turns a display stand for lace bobbins and Philip Greenwood turns a natural-edge hazel bowl.

In our ‘Technical’ section, Andy Coates discusses the key considerations for making hollow forms and also tests the Hope Easy Arm Hollowing Rig; Richard Findley looks at the problems associated with sharpening your turning tools; Walter Hall evaluates the wide range of abrasive products available for pen finishing; Sue Harker uses a blowtorch to scorch an ash vase; Mark Baker and Anthony Bailey explore the swinging or arcing technique used in routing and Kurt Hertzog shares his tips for using specialist turning tools.

In ‘Features’, we speak to Hampshire-based turner Andrew Stevens; go into the workshop with sculptural woodturner Kristin LeVier and Bill Wyko shares his stunning goblet with finial with us.

As well as all this, we also have our usual ‘Kit & Tools’ pages, ‘Leader’ from the Editor, ‘Community News’ as well as a sneak peek at our next issue. 

All this and more in Woodturning 282!

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