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Making Tiny Toys in Wood
Varenr. BFC053A

Create charming holiday decorations that double as small toys with this easy-to-follow guidebook. Full-size patterns and step-by-step instructions are provided for 20 working wooden toy ornaments.

DKK.228,00
Scroll Saw Workbook
Varenr. BAC023A

Use this ultimate beginner's scroll saw guide to hone your skills to perfection. New updated edition covers the latest innovations in scroll saw models and brands.

DKK.242,00
Animated Animal Toys in Wood
Varenr. BFC052A

Build classic pull and push toys with 20 imaginative projects for making wild and wacky wooden animals that come alive with delightful lifelike motion.

DKK.278,00
Kirjes Basis slibeudstyr
Varenr. L001B

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Kirjes motor, Kirjes flexaksel og Kirjes Rullesæt bestående af 2 forskellige gummiruller/hylstre med tilhørende slibepapir. En DVD der forklarer om slibningen på Svensk, Engelsk og Tysk. En bog på engelsk.

DKK.2.495,00
Woodturning nr. 288
Varenr. WT288

 

In issue 288 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In ‘Projects' Walter Hall makes the body and cap of a fountain pen; Bob Chapman uses yew to turn three different box designs; and Stuart King turns a child's money box.

In our ‘Technical' section Colwin Way tackles the questions raised by reversing mounting work to clean up bases; Richard Findley looks at identifying different shapes found in turning; Andy Coates gives the traditional ogee shape a colourful twist; Kurt Hertzog explores adding decoration after turning; Mike Darlow a final chess set; and Philip Greenwood turns a thin saucer and bowl.

In ‘Features', we have a profile on the Irish Woodturners' Guild; we meet Michael Blankenship; go in the workshop with John Austin; and we find out about Hubert Landri's interesting piece.

As well as all this, we also have our usual ‘Kit & Tools' pages, ‘Leader' from the Editor, ‘Community news' as well as a sneak peek of our next issue and our giveaway.

All this and more in Woodturning 288!

DKK.79,00
Scroll Saw nr. 60
Varenr. WS60

 

SSWC 60 PROJECTS Lace-Edged Bowl by Jay Hammerle Embellish a standard stacked-ring bowl with fancy fretwork Making a Bread Basket with a Leaf Inlay By Carol Rothman Functional design combines bowl making with double-bevel Read More.... SSWC 60 PROJECTS Lace-Edged Bowl by Jay Hammerle Embellish a standard stacked-ring bowl with fancy fretwork Making a Bread Basket with a Leaf Inlay By Carol Rothman Functional design combines bowl making with double-bevel inlay Barnstorming Biplane Toy By John A. Nelson Combine compound cutting with a spinning propeller to make a fun and durable toy Lazy Raccoon By Kathy Wise Use overlays and risers to add extra dimension to this cute critter Full Moon Nightlight By Deb Nicholson Enjoy the harvest moon year 'round If I Only Had a Brain By John W. Hutchinson An elegant drive mechanism powers this "punny" monster music box PATTERNS Halloween Wall Hanging By Gloria Cosgrove Spooky design for holiday decorating Turkey Napkin Ring By William Lack Stack-cut this design to create one for every place setting Fretwork Witch By John A. Nelson Simple paint tricks accent this classic design Customizable Thanksgiving Designs By Alison Tanner Change the pattern size to make an assortment of holiday crafts Osprey Intarsia By Janette Square Creative use of natural wood color and figure make this project stand out Creepy Spiderweb Plaque By Leldon Maxcy Greet your guests with this scary seasonal design Tawny Eagle By Don Calhoun Capture the spirit of a fierce bird of prey in a challenging fretwork portrait Casserole Trivets By Ron Forsyth Use longer blanks to make larger trivets Table Accessories By Sue Mey Napkin holder and matching coasters are easy to cut and assemble FEATURES Fall Projects Gallery By Kathleen Ryan A selection of Fall-themed projects from around the web TECHNIQUES Making a Bowl Press By Dave Van Ess Make a press from common hardware and scrap wood Designing a Puzzle Pattern By Judy Peterson Refining a pattern from first idea to final design is a puzzle in itself.

DKK.72,00
Woodturning nr. 287
Varenr. WT287

In this month's issue:

In issue 287 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In ‘Projects' Colwin Way looks at using jam chucks when turning fruit; Walter Hall turns the core section of a fountain pen; Bob Chapman looks at beech; Andy Coates makes a nut and bolt box; and Andrew Potocnik preserves a pedestal table.
In our ‘Technical' section Richard Findley concludes his problem-solving series; Kurt Hertzog shares his thoughts on selecting hollowing rigs; Mike Darlow turns a chess set based on the cone; and Philip Greenwood turns a decorative lidded box.

In ‘Features', Vic Wood reflects on 25 years of woodturning; the Editor tells us about this year's IWG Seminar; we go in the workshop with Steve Fearnley; and this month's Featured Artist is Bill Ooms.

As well as all this, we also have our usual ‘Kit & Tools' pages, ‘Leader' from the Editor, ‘Community news' as well as a sneak peek of our next issue and our giveaway! All this and more in Woodturning 287!

DKK.79,00
Woodturning nr. 286
Varenr. WT286


In issue 286 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In ‘Projects' Colwin Way turns a traditional nutcracker; Walter Hall makes a pen from an aluminium bar; Bob Chapman looks at holly in his local timbers series; and Stuart King turns a miniature wassail bowl.

In our ‘Technical' section Richard Findley looks at the problems associated with turning long, thin spindles; Andy Coates experiments with sgraffito on a turned pot; Kurt Hertzog shares his techniques for gentler work holding; Mark F Palma confesses to being a recovering bowl snob; Andrew Potocnik re-turns an Australian beefwood bowl; and Philip Greenwood turns two bowls to create a balancing act.

In ‘Features', we meet Greg Teter; Eldon DeHaan explains how he turned a piece using the ‘lost wood' process; and we look back at the history of the AWGB and find out about its future plans.

As well as all this, we also have our usual ‘Kit & Tools' pages, a giveaway, ‘Leader' from the Editor, ‘Community news' as well as a sneak peek of our next issue.

All this and more in Woodturning 286!

DKK.79,00
Woodturning nr. 285
Varenr. WT285

 

SKU: WT285-1115

In issue 285 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In ‘Projects' Walter Hall makes a special stirling silver plated pen; John Hawkswell turns a salt and pepper mill set; and Bob Chapman looks at sweet chestnut and turns an Art Deco-style bowl.

In our ‘Technical' section Richard Raffan re-turns an old bowl of his; Richard Findley looks at the problems when making tall finials; Mike Darlow discusses a 19th-century St George style chess set; Andy Coates looks at the common problems experienced by beginners turning basic bowls; Kurt Hertzog explores fast and easy finishes; and Philip Greenwood turns a milking stool.

In ‘Features', Ernie Conover looks back at developments in woodturning equipment over the last 25 years; we meet Colwin Way; Mark Baker reports from the AWGB International Woodturning Seminar; and Ron Gerton shares a wonderful piece.

As well as all this, we also have our usual ‘Kit & Tools' pages, ‘Leader' from the Editor, ‘Community news' as well as a sneak peek of our next issue and a giveaway to celebrate 25 years of Woodturning magazine.

All this and more in Woodturning 285!

DKK.79,00
Woodturning nr. 284
Varenr. WT284
DKK.79,00
Woodturning nr. 283
Varenr. WT283


In this month's issue:

In issue 283 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy. In ‘Projects', Stuart King turns a traditional humming top toy from boxwood; Bob Chapman looks at the ash tree in his ‘Using Local Timbers' series; Neil and Liz Scobie turn and decorate a deep vase and Terry McDonald makes some useful lace-making bobbins.

In our ‘Technical' section, Richard Findley looks at common problems facing turners trying to turn several identical items; Walter Hall looks at a number of useful methods for disassembling common pen kits for repair purposes; Andy Coates decorates his hollow form from the last issue; Kurt Hertzog explores a wide range of tips and tricks linked to the assembly of multiple piece turning; Philip Greenwood demonstrates how to turn a two-part vase using ordinary tools and Richard Raffan discusses some of the most important considerations you should make before turning on the lathe and during your turning.

In ‘Features', Mark Baker reports on his visits to two symposiums in America; we go in the workshop with Ronald Kanne and Louise Hibbert is our Featured Artist. As well as all this, we also have our usual ‘Kit & Tools' pages, ‘Leader' from the Editor, ‘Community News' as well as a sneak peek at our next issue.

All this and more in Woodturning 283!

DKK.79,00
Woodturning nr. 282
Varenr. WT282


In this month's issue:

In issue 282 of Woodturning magazine, in ‘Projects', Neil Scobie makes a box with a carved lid; Bob Chapman turns a hawthorn log into a fluted vase; Mark Baker shows you how to create three different bowl designs; Ian Woodford turns a display stand for lace bobbins and Philip Greenwood turns a natural-edge hazel bowl.

In our ‘Technical' section, Andy Coates discusses the key considerations for making hollow forms and also tests the Hope Easy Arm Hollowing Rig; Richard Findley looks at the problems associated with sharpening your turning tools; Walter Hall evaluates the wide range of abrasive products available for pen finishing; Sue Harker uses a blowtorch to scorch an ash vase; Mark Baker and Anthony Bailey explore the swinging or arcing technique used in routing and Kurt Hertzog shares his tips for using specialist turning tools.

In ‘Features', we speak to Hampshire-based turner Andrew Stevens; go into the workshop with sculptural woodturner Kristin LeVier and Bill Wyko shares his stunning goblet with finial with us.

As well as all this, we also have our usual ‘Kit & Tools' pages, ‘Leader' from the Editor, ‘Community News' as well as a sneak peek at our next issue.

All this and more in Woodturning 282!

DKK.79,00
Woodturning nr. 281
Varenr. WT281


In this month's issue:

In issue 281 of Woodturning magazine, we have lots for you to enjoy. In ‘Projects', Bob Chapman looks at turning apples using laburnum in his ‘using local timbers' series; David Ritchie shows us how to make a decorative lidded box; John Swinkels makes a cutting board from from offcuts and Ian Woodford jazzes things up with a pair of pepper mills.

In our ‘Technical' section, Andy Coates presents the idea of turning illuminated turned objects; Richard Findley takes a look at problems using bowl gouges; Mark Baker and Anthony Bailey try routing external decoration on the lathe; Walter Hall looks at tips for making closed end pens; Kurt Hertzog moves on to adding colour to your turnings and Philip Greenwood deals with offset turning techniques.

In ‘Features', we speak to John Lucas to find out how he got into woodturning; we find out more about woodturner Paul Starr and Andrew Hall shares one of his helmet turnings with us.

As well as all this, we also have our usual ‘Kit & Tools' pages, ‘Leader' from the Editor, ‘Round & about' as well as a sneak peek at our next issue.

All this and more in Woodturning 281!

DKK.79,00
Woodturning nr. 280
Varenr. WT280


In this month's issue:

In issue 280 of Woodturning, we have lots for you to enjoy. In ‘Projects', Bob Chapman creates a natural-edge bowl using a local timber; Linda Ferber makes a button cylinder pendant; Jan Hovens shows us how to make a ‘natural' acorn box and Neil and Liz Scobie turn and paint an ash platter with a decorative leaf pattern.

In our ‘Technical' section, Andy Coates takes you through the steps for creating a cufflink and tie pin box; Richard Findley looks at the problems associated with using the spindle gouge; Walter Hall looks at the tools and equipment needed for pen turning; Anthony Bailey explains the subtle variation of graduated fluting; Kurt Hertzog explores the vast subject of hollowing and Philip Greenwood shares his tips and techniques for turning wall art components.

In ‘Features', we speak to Rod Page and find out more about his latticework creations; we find out more about Janice Levi and her workshop and and Vinny Luciani shares a piece with us, which is influenced by his love of the ocean.

As well as all this, we also have our usual ‘Kit & Tools', ‘Leader' from the Editor, ‘Community News' as well as a sneak peek at our next issue.

All this and more in Woodturning 280!

DKK.79,00

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