In part 1 of this short series, Andrew Potocnik experimented with simple bandsawn and dovetailed box constructions. Here are some other ideas. Read more
Richard Raffan shows how to mark out for and turn bowls with beautiful bark edges.
Andrew Potocnik was sent a piece of Tasmanian leatherwood to turn and designed a piece that would highlight its streaky patterns within a simple conical bowl form.
Strong, practical and straightforward to construct, these benches are all about best serving their purpose.
Tormek's whetstone sharpening system has delivered proven results for decades. Check out this video demo of Tormek T8.
Learn the basics of coopering...and make an elegant vase. Story by Damion Fauser.
Damion Fauser shows how to flatten and square wood with handplanes only.
Darren Oates shows how to flatten, dry and press veneer to a substrate and add a solid edging.
Scoops provide practice for hollowing endgrain and for using the skew chisel, and can make a good bread and butter sales item. Story by Richard Raffan.
They say you need to make at least three bows before you can make a decent one. Story by Raf Nathan.
A past entrant in Wood Review's Student Awards describes the making of his project piece.
Working step by step through this process will introduce basic tools and techniques and also reward you with a useful and attractive piece. Story by John Madden.
Join, turn and carve to make an impressive family dining table. Story by Troy McDonald.