BW26 October/November 2011
This issue comprises a mix of the most advanced and most simple of woodworking skills. We feature the entrants and winner of our Best Use of British Timber at the 2011 Celebration of Craftsmanship & Design show in Cheltenham on one hand, and on the other Peter Lewis discusses the challenges of working with end-grain and long-grain in the making of a simple book rack.
Elsewhere in this issue
• A tapering jig for the tablesaw
• A test of tenoning mitresaws for the small workshop
• How to make a jig for edgebanding veneered panels
• Sharpening Japanese saws
• Projects you can make to sell at fetes and shows (or just give away)
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