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Buy 'Woodcraft' 2006 Magazines
|Youíll find instructions to make a tall-case clock, a vacuum-laminated box, an adaptable drawer organizer, a wooden spatula and an inlaid table (Part 1).|
Meet Dennis Elliott who gained fame as the rock group Foreignerís original drummer while developing his skill as a woodturner, and Duane Dillow, a woodworker who harvests and mills wood in Illinois to sell in Wyoming.
Read reviews about three tools used to make accurate bevel measurements and the Kreg K3 Pocket Hole Master System plus 10 new products for your shop.
|Projects include a coffee table, a traveling game table, power-carved spoons, a solution for gluing and clamping large, flat panels, and Part 2 of instructions for an inlaid hall table.|
Meet Amy Devers, furniture maker and host of two DIY Network shows, and Dr. Dave Klocke, an emergency room doctor whose real passion is creating fine furniture.
Youíll find reviews of the Makita LXT 400 Lithium Ion Kit and the Hitachi CJ110MV Jigsaw plus a roundup of new tools and new products for your shop.
|Youíll find projects to help you make pens, a small bonsai stand, a power carved piggy bank, treenware and a card caddy.|
Meet Jim Leamy whose hand plane hobby led him to a second full-time career as a maker of reproduction plow planes and hear from some of the 100 carvers, painters and sanders who created dazzling horses for a 1920s carousel in Edmonton, Alberta.
Reviews cover a squirrel-tale model makerís plane and a medium shoulder plane. "Think Small, Win Big" Mini Clock Contest winners are also in this issue./td>
|Learn how to build the perfect finish and practice on a Shaker serving tray project. Other projects include a glider for one, a classic candleholder and a history stick.|
Meet Gerald Sheppard who left a successful job to build some of the finest high-end acoustic guitars available and Jerry Miller whose lifetime passion for art led him to construct one-of-a-kind wood art pieces that invite touching and moving.
In the product review discover the pros and cons of guitar kits available from three major manufacturers. Also, woodworkers discuss wood aromas.
|Woodcraft Magazine focuses on high-interest woodworking Projects, Techniques, and Products through articles that appeal to woodworkers of all skill levels.|
Seasoned woodworkers write the articles, providing hands-on experience and mentoring for woodworkers of all levels and interests. Tool experts introduce readers to the latest tools and tool innovations.
And, for those looking to improve their shops, Woodcraft Magazine provides authoritative guidance for specialized storage, dust collection, shop setup and more. With the one year subscription you'll receive six regular bimonthly issues.