The Woodworker inc Good Woodworking – July 2022

Featuring a varied selection of projects to make, techniques to learn and interesting features to pique your interest, our July issue also includes a fantastic competition from Trend

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Continuing with the outdoor project theme, Peter Dunsmore makes a garden windmill ornament

PROJECTS & TURNING

GARDEN WINDMILL ORNAMENT
Peter Dunsmore makes an attractive garden windmill ornament using standard timbers and recycled bicycle wheel hubs for the pivots

THERMED SPOONS
Using a dedicated therming jig, exact duplicates of three, four or more can be made, as Andrew Hall shows here

WORKSHOP SAWHORSE
Every woodworker needs a sawhorse or two, says Stuart Gooda and the following steps show you how to build one quickly and easily

MULTI-COLOURED LAMP BASE
Les Thorne’s lamp base, turned from ash then sprayed using various coloured spirit stains, is sure to brighten up any room

SEED TRAY PLANTERS
Ideal for gardeners with limited space, Peter Bishop’s triple-decker stands can be used outside or placed in a porch, greenhouse or conservatory

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Two-part epoxy resins are ideal for fitting small decorative features or for embedding metal reinforcements into joints, as John Bullar shows

TECHNICAL

COLOUR-CHANGING CHATOYANCE
Paolo Pisani takes a look at this natural wood surface property, which involves a shift in colour depending on lighting or observation direction

TIMBER TERMS – PART 41
Now into the Vs, Peter Bishop continues on to the Ws with a few lengthy descriptions, including how veneers are produced, descriptions of a few associated tools, before finishing off with some warped stuff

GLUING UP FURNITURE
John Bullar looks at the different types of woodworking adhesives aimed at the furniture maker and how their uses differ, as well as exploring application and holding methods for setting

CREATIVE CHIP-CARVING
Iain Whittington looks at another form of incised work and takes us through the steps for producing a chip-carved panel

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Volunteers working on am replica of the Sutton Hoo 'ghost ship'

FEATURES

ARCHIVE
While honing neglected hand skills, Robin Gates discovers intriguing jigs and rare techniques for sawing in The Woodworker of October 1915

LYME BAY CARVINGS
Drawing on his fascinating seafaring and boatbuilding past, Roy Gollop of Lyme Bay Carvings creates hand-carved driftwood sculptures that depict subjects from the animal kingdom, most notably sealife and birds

SUTTON HOO 'GHOST' SHIP REPLICA
Currently being undertaken by a team of maritime experts and volunteers, John Greeves talks to Master Shipwright Tim Kirk about building a full-size replica of the Sutton Hoo burial ship

THE GREAT BEAM
The extraordinary story of how an extremely large driftwood log was tracked, salvaged, transported and used in the construction of a house with a unique design feature

TAKE 5
Featuring an unintended Japanese theme, this month’s selection demonstrates technical skill, wonderful depictions of nature, along with ingenuity and design flair in abundance

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Trend's new cordless detail sander is handy for cleaning up drawer corners or inside cabinets, as Phil Davy discovers

ON TEST
Trend T18S cordless sanders

UJK Multifunction squares

Shinwa H-201C steel rule

WoodFox mini pocket hole jig kit

WIN!
Continuing to celebrate the new T18S cordless range, in conjunction with Trend, we're giving two lucky readers the chance to win 1 of 2 18V sander kits (complete with 2 x 4Ah batteries and 6A charger) – worth £468 per set – find further details and entry requirements on page 34 or click here.

YOUR FAVOURITES
As well as all this, you can also expect to find your usual favourite pages, including news, welcome, marketplace, next month, letters and readers’ tips, plus much more.

We hope you enjoy the July 2022 issue of The Woodworker & Good Woodworking, which is now on sale! Pick up your copy today, or why not subscribe?

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