Tegan Foley

Tegan Foley  |  Mar 29, 2023  |  0 comments
Peter Vivian finally gets around to a weekend project that’s been on his to-do list for 12 years – making a new Mission-style case for an Amberley clock, which features a lovely eight-day Smiths Westminster chime movement
Tegan Foley  |  Mar 27, 2023  |  0 comments
This free one-day event from Wood Workers Workshop is an occasion not to be missed!
Tegan Foley  |  Mar 21, 2023  |  0 comments
The latest edition of Machine Mart's big, new and totally free catalogue is out now and packed full of all the tools and equipment you need
Tegan Foley  |  Mar 20, 2023  |  0 comments
Recognised as one of Victorian Britain’s most significant cultural figures, there’s more to William Morris than just wallpaper, as Peter Scaife discovers
Tegan Foley  |  Mar 17, 2023  |  0 comments
Leading power tool manufacturer, Makita UK, has added a new two-piece Combo Kit to its extensive range of LXT products, to offer professionals a useful set of tools at exceptional value
Tegan Foley  |  Mar 16, 2023  |  0 comments

A celebration of UK heritage crafts, in this issue we meet two highly-skilled practitioners – an instrument bow maker and a master clog maker – as well as bringing the usual mix of projects, technical articles, features and product tests for you to enjoy

Tegan Foley  |  Mar 15, 2023  |  0 comments
A giant 13m long table made from ancient 5,000-year-old Fenland black oak and bronze is travelling from Ely Cathedral to Rochester Cathedral for its second public residency
Tegan Foley  |  Mar 13, 2023  |  0 comments
Betzbuilt, based in Suffolk, is excited to launch its range of flatpack, FSC certified birch plywood furniture and accessories. Utilising a simple slot together system, the furniture is very easy to assemble and doesn't require any tools
Tegan Foley  |  Mar 06, 2023  |  0 comments
Machine Mart’s range of expert woodworking equipment has been expanded with the addition of two new Clarke woodturning lathes
Tegan Foley  |  Mar 03, 2023  |  0 comments
The number of heritage craftspeople in the UK is dwindling and as a result, ancient skills are in danger of dying out and being lost forever. Here, Johnathan Swann introduces us to two such practitioners, both of whom point to the importance of passing on and teaching these skills to the next generation