Woodworking Plans & Projects takes woodworking back to its traditional roots while taking advantage of the latest tools and techniques. Every issue brings the reader the very best in projects to suit all skill levels and design tastes with reviews of the latest products and interesting technical articles.
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This will be the last issue of Woodworking Plans & Projects but we have still have lots for you to enjoy! This magazine will be replaced by Woodworking Crafts, which is dedicated to encouraging, inspiring and showing how everyone can be creative, irrespective of their skill level, time, space or resources, so watch out for issue 1, on sale 14 May.
In the meantime, here’s what you can expect to see in issue 106. In our ‘Projects’ section, the Editor finds a piece of veneered board and puts it to good use; Lee Stoffer makes a carved wooden bowl; Louise Biggs builds an oak TV cabinet; Simon Rodway makes two bespoke letter box designs and a paper rack and John Corfield shows us his design for the ultimate cold frame.
In ‘Techniques’, Amber Bailey introduces us to straw marquetry; the Editor’s hi-fi unit reaches its conclusion and he shows us how to fix a door in ‘DIY Fixes’ as well as looking at the tongue & groove joint in ‘Joint Solutions’.
We also have look at the 2015 Wood Design Awards and Derek Jones and Briony Darnley review three books for you to enjoy in our ‘Features’.
This month in ‘Kit & Tools’, Trend celebrate their 60th anniversary and the Editor puts the new planer/thicknesser from Warco through its paces; Jim Hooker makes a cabinet from reclaimed mahogany and fabric-covered MDF and we have the usual ‘Hot stuff’ for you!
As well as all this, we also have ‘Leader’ from the Editor; ‘Noticeboard’; and a sneak peek at the next issue.
All this and more in issue 106 of Woodworking Plans & Projects!