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Woodworking Crafts Magazine, August 2014 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
In issue 96 of Woodworking Plans & Projects Lee Stoffer finishes carving his sycamore cooking spoon; the Editor makes a knife rack in RouterCentric; Jim Robinson creates a box for his chesspieces; Peter Bretta€ s makes a bench that combines a simple Eastern European style with his own modern design interpretation; the Editor creates a pallet armchair in his a€~Upcyclinga€ article; Simon Rodway shows you how to make a handy bookcase, which fits onto the back of a door; and Mark Baker Makes five different turned bowl designs.
In the a€~Techniquesa€ we have the usual a€~DIY fixesa€ , in which the Editor shows you how to mend squeaky, wobbly chairs; he gives his tips and tricks on technical drawing and also returns a 1970s workbench to its former glory and discusses the butt joint in a€~Joint Solutionsa€ .
Our a€~Featuresa€ include a€~Restoring community spirita€ in which Mike Almond and Sarah Partridge describe how the local community helped renovate a traditional Suffolk barn and spawned a whole training programme of practical building skills; and in a€~Tools of Yesteryeara€ Colin Sullivan looks at the carpenter's wooden rule.
In a€~Kit & Toolsa€ we test Tritona€ s palm sander; Lee Stoffer looks at Nic Westermann's high-quality carving tools and in a€~Craftsmana€ s cornera€ we look at the EVO System.
As well as all this, there is also a€~Hot Stuffa€ , a€~Noticeboarda€ and a€~Leadera€ from the Editor.
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