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Robin Buckland  |  Oct 04, 2016  |  0 comments

Robin trying out his bench under a new leadlight window

Robin Buckland  |  Sep 13, 2016  |  0 comments

Overall winner of Shed of the Year 2016 - - Kevin Herbert from Berkshire and his eco-friendly hideaway ‘West Wing’

Robin Buckland  |  Sep 02, 2016  |  0 comments

Michael Forster’s slimline hall cabinet cleverly disguises untidy cables and odds and ends

Robin Buckland  |  Aug 12, 2016  |  0 comments

Jory Brigham’s ‘Mackenrow’ table tennis table design forms this month’s ‘Centrefold’ and Jory is also our September cover star

Robin Buckland  |  Jul 15, 2016  |  0 comments

Will Holman’s hairpinned dining table uses hairpins which are reversed, angling inwards to brace swept-back legs. It features a Douglas fir top with a chamfered edge and through-tenons

Beth Ashby  |  Jun 17, 2016  |  0 comments
  Matthew White’s ‘Hot Rod’ plane is really raring to go!   With summer finally here, GW celebrates with some great projects for you to enjoy, including a classic garden planter from Phil Davy; an ingenious workbench for next to nothing courtesy of Paul Chesterman; Noah Weinstein is back with another ‘rainbow wood’ project - this time a clever kitchen knife strip; and Les Thorne turns up a storm…

Beth Ashby  |  May 23, 2016  |  0 comments

GW is back to championing young talent, and this month we meet 17-year-old Matt Underwood – a young turner with bags of enthusiasm and a very bright future ahead of him. Barrie Scott visited ‘Matt’s Shed’ and wrote a fantastic article on how this young lad has been well and truly bitten by the woodturning bug. He’s a clever so-and-so and as well as winning his fair share of prestigious awards, also knows how to…

Beth Ashby  |  May 20, 2016  |  0 comments

Here at The Woodworker we continue to serve up all that is best in this woodworking world. Tales of jobs completed, technical tips to improve your work, an unusual piece of turning, and a condensed helping of woodwork wisdom all combine to make this month another feast.

Beth Ashby  |  Apr 19, 2016  |  0 comments
WHAT'S IN THE NEW ISSUE OF GOOD WOODWORKING MAGAZINE Feeling refreshed after a redesign, GW returns this month with another issue packed full of great projects, techniques, features and regular pages for you to enjoy. We also have a great competition for you - the chance to win 1 of 10 Hedgehog EasyAirWedges, which are ideal for a multitude of woodworking and general purpose uses. Andy King tested these in GW303…

Beth Ashby  |  Apr 04, 2016  |  0 comments

What’s in The Woodworker May 2016

The May issue of The Woodworker gets you into the mood for spring with Peter Bishop’s mobile planter and Gordon Warr’s home-grown bowls - a great way of using up scrap bowl blanks. There’s also Ian Wilkie’s Wolverhampton tram replica, which is great for those who like to work on a small scale. Tony Scott shows you how to create an old-fashioned chopping board and…

Beth Ashby  |  Mar 18, 2016  |  0 comments

Issue 304 of Good Woodworking

Welcome…

Tegan Foley  |  Feb 19, 2016  |  0 comments

Welcome…

I know I say this every month, but I like to think that this issue has something for everyone: it’s musical, inspirational, artistic, pushes the boundaries and also looks at some unusual areas of the subject of woodworking, or at least that’s what I think! I reckon it’s a good un, but I’ll let you be the judge of that. So what have we got for you? Well, if you’ve ever wanted to try your…

Get Woodworkng Staff  |  Feb 05, 2016  |  0 comments

Welcome

There are some jobs that seem as if they will never get done, and no matter how much work you do, the end seems as far away as ever. It might not come as any surprise to you the reader that I am involved in such a job right now. It was one of those ones which you take on in a single weak moment and regret for a great many weaker ones. It’s a restoration job and has involved a large amount of site work in a very exposed…

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