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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.

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In issue 281 of Woodturning magazine, we have lots for you to enjoy. In ‘Projects’, Bob Chapman looks at turning apples using laburnum in his ‘using local timbers’ series; David Ritchie shows us how to make a decorative lidded box; John Swinkels makes a cutting board from from offcuts and Ian Woodford jazzes things up with a pair of pepper mills.

In our ‘Technical’ section, Andy Coates presents the idea of turning illuminated turned objects; Richard Findley takes a look at problems using bowl gouges; Mark Baker and Anthony Bailey try routing external decoration on the lathe; Walter Hall looks at tips for making closed end pens; Kurt Hertzog moves on to adding colour to your turnings and Philip Greenwood deals with offset turning techniques.

In ‘Features’, we speak to John Lucas to find out how he got into woodturning; we find out more about woodturner Paul Starr and Andrew Hall shares one of his helmet turnings with us.

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

All this and more in Woodturning 281!

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