BW28 February/March 2012
The February/March 2012 issue of British Woodworking features young designer Ashish Shakuniya on the cover, with his versatile Flip chair that converts into a laptop desk, and comprises a shelf for books or magazines.
Elsewhere in BW28
• David Savage introduces a new course in creativity for dummies.
• Roger Sinden tests the Lamello Invis jointing system in the making of a lectern.
• We announce the winners of our 2011 Schools Planemaking Challenge.
• Discover the secrets behind Lee Valley's April Fool Day's inventions.
• Whittle a spatula for Shrove Tuesday and make a quick carving board.
• How to use scribe and mould cutters to make a linen chest.
• Frugal Woodwork on making your own wooden cleats.
• Richard Arnold looks at using wooden plough planes.
• Make an angled stool from PAR softwood.
• John Lloyd reproduces Garrett Hack's simple scratchstock.
• Gerwyn Lewis builds an Arts & Crafts dining table.
• Gordon Fry designs a sink unit with SketchUp.
• Why more British toolmakers are using British timber.
• Fred Page recommends using animal glue.