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Get Woodworking  |  Feb 16, 2010  |  0 comments
Practical projects: from weekend hobby makes to cabinetmaking masterpieces.    Inside information: workshop techniques from the golden age of hand woodworking to the present power-tool age   Tricks of the trade: the knowledge shared by the magazine’s experts and its readers, covering every aspect of workshop practice   Style revolution: a look at how tastes in household furniture and fittings have changed over the…

Good Woodworking magazine  |  Jul 15, 2009  |  0 comments
  It's some time now since Stanley yielded up its reputation as a manufacturer of quality hand tools. The old Bailey pattern launched by Stanley served as the template for generations of planes and even up to the 1970's the standard remained high. After this, however, Stanley shifted its range towards the lower end of the market, where it has remained ever since. Now Stanley is seeking a revolution of sorts with a new range of higher…

The Woodworker  |  Jun 25, 2008  |  0 comments
This month Good Woodworking remembers the life and times of one of its most respected (and at times notorious) contributors, John Brown. In a five-page feature we look back at the inspired writing of the Welsh stick chair maker, while Phil Davy and Mike Riley share their own personal thoughts and feelings on the man and his work.

Workshop Angles makes a welcome return with a visit to the immaculate, and productive, workshop of David Ames…

Beth Ashby  |  Mar 18, 2016  |  0 comments

Issue 304 of Good Woodworking

Welcome…

Darren Loucaides  |  Jul 08, 2010  |  0 comments
FEATURES No pretensions It’s designer furniture and it looks fantastic, but there are no fussy, elaborate touches to the making – we peruse the work of Greig Fensome Raise your game Sunk, seated, raised and fielded: Whichever way you like it, Andy King shows you the art of panelling PROJECTS Spalted beech cabinet: Brian Barber allows some stunning timber to guide his design Outdoor structures: The perfect summer…

Ben Ince  |  Aug 11, 2010  |  0 comments
In this month's issue of Good Woodworking - September 2010 FEATURES Order and creation Straight talk from award-winning maker Nick Gutfreund who has a way of seeing projects that cuts through the nonsense Foot power Meet Robin Wood, the man who uses a foot-powered pole lathe and homemade tools to create wooden bowls PROJECTS Oak mantelpiece: Putting his bulk-buy-oak to good use, Dominic Collings rebuilds a fire surround…

Darren Loucaides  |  Dec 03, 2009  |  0 comments
The Good Woodworking Mid-Winter Special is on sale from this Friday 4th December. As a taster of what to expect, here's the opening spread from one of the articles - this one's all about veneering. The other topics covered include design ideas, advice on tools and workbenches, marquetry tips, guides to sanding, scraping and finishing, plus plenty of advice, hints and solutions along the way. You can't afford to miss…

Darren Loucaides  |  Jul 20, 2009  |  0 comments
The current issue of GW (216) is on sale for one more week. There’s lots to look forward to in GW217, but if you haven’t picked up GW216, here’s a sample of one of the many interesting articles you’re missing out on.   For the past few months we’ve been looking at the fundamentals of turning, thanks to the friendly and helpful teaching turner, Sarah Thirlwell. Here’s a sneak preview of her article on…

Darren Loucaides  |  Jul 20, 2009  |  0 comments
In the latest Good Woodworking (GW216) we’ve an exciting new instalment in the Significant Styles series. Martin Aplin takes a lead from Richard Rogers, the man who designed the Lloyds bank and introduced the controversial inside-out appearance.   Significant Styles is a collaborative affair, and we decided together with Martin Aplin to apply the ‘inside-out’ approach to an item of furniture. Here’s a look at how…

Darren Loucaides  |  Feb 25, 2009  |  0 comments
  Here's a quick rundown of what's in store this month:  

PROJECTS

Notes from a Small Workshop

Darren Loucaides  |  Apr 27, 2010  |  0 comments
If you can't find Good Woodworking in your local newsagent, you can order a copy direct from 0844 848 88 22    FEATURES Showpiece shells Be inspired with a pair of nautically-themed coffee tables from the imagination of Mark Griffiths The daily grind …well, not quite daily, but it’s worth making the trip to the grinding wheel fairly regular, says Andy King in this month’s Kit & Tools…

GetWoodworking  |  Mar 17, 2009  |  0 comments
 

 

We're looking at different approaches to woodworking this month ~ an opportunity to think a bit about the future. 

Darren Loucaides  |  Sep 18, 2009  |  0 comments
If you can't find Good Woodworking in your local newsagent, you can order a copy direct from 0844 848 88 22    Apart from the free full-size plans of Andy King’s key cabinet and a fantastic competition to win £2,000 worth of Ryobi One Plus tools, there are plenty of reasons why you can’t afford to miss GW219 – on sale now.  For a start, there’s an eight-page Kit and Tools…

Mansoor Iqbal  |  Nov 01, 2010  |  0 comments
If you can't find Good Woodworking in your local newsagent, you can order a copy direct from 0844 848 88 22  PROJECTSTalking points: a commission to design and construct some furniture fit for former American presidents, the highest echelons of the literati and some of the most illustrious names from the world of journalism brings out the best in former cover star Phil Koomen First-class dining: a bride-to-be's…

Darren Loucaides  |  Nov 02, 2009  |  0 comments
If you can't find Good Woodworking in your local newsagent, you can order a copy direct from 0844 848 88 22    FEATURES One-man workshop: Johnny Pilgrem uses reclaimed timber for functional furniture Using scrapers It’s nonsense to say turners shouldn’t use scrapers, says Richard Raffan, who shows you how James Krenov We honour the recently deceased woodworking legend with a special tribute and…

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