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QM04 Jan/Feb 2020

Women and Children First Jenny Bower takes to
woodwork and becomes a chair maker inspiring & her daughter, as do other woodworkers
Fitting Drawer Runners Derek Jones on joints
The Red Blue Chair The comfy uncomfy 20thC icon
Making Slöjd Coathooks Jögge Sundqvist’s project
The Better Bench Hook Robin Gates upgrades 
How to Cleave Mike Abbott’s greenwoodworking tips

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QM03 Nov/Dec 2020

The Modern Shaving Horse Mike Abbott shows how to make a quick-build clamp from planed timber
The Better Planing Stop Robin Gates at the workbench
Top 10 Spokeshaves Favourite shaves of readers
Retiring Tool Chest Richard Arnold’s old toolbox
History of Slöjd Jögge Sundqvist on a Swedish culture
Steam Bending Windsor Workshop special jigs

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QM02 Autumn 2020

The Kilted Woodworker explores beading tools
Drew Langsner completes the ladle he designed last issue
Mitsuru Hochi explains how he makes his unique chair seating
Robin Gates contests the traditional style of splayed sawhorse
• What defines creativity by hand asks the Arbortech Woodcarver’s inventor Kevin Inkster

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QM01 Summer 2020

• Photo-story of Richard Arnold’s recreating a handrail from the Titanic only with traditional tools
Drew Langsner explains how to design a carved ladle, inspired be Willë Sundqvist
Mark Harrell of Bad Axe Saws straightens a crooked backsaw by re-tensioning the toothline and plate
• Find out out to rehandle a hatched with Sean Hellman
James Mursell of Windsor Workshop compares chair designs for looks and comfort