Wood Review 121
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ON THE COVER: Announcing Award winners and Top 100 entries for Maker of the Year, presented by Carbitool!
Making the Toni Stool: Phoebe Everill shows how a lightweight stool with a woven Danish cord seat is a perfect project for learning skills, and perfect for your home.
Why We Make: In a world increasing driven by technology, what drives us to make by hand, and what does that say about us? Story by Ben Grieve-Johnson
Redesigning waste: ‘Pop ‘round: one person’s waste is another person’s chair’ was an exhibition of work that demonstrated that fine furniture can be built from waste.
Intarsia with Wood: John Tucker writes about an open-ended and ‘no rules’ way to create decorative wall art and wood features.
Counting the Costs: Damion Fauser crunches the numbers on the cost side of pricing your work.
The Value of Your Work: Luxury furniture designer David Boucher explains how looking after and understanding your clients is an important part of the bespoke maker’s skillset.
Measure for Measure: comparing look-alike tools
Reviewed: Metabo surface stripper, high-impact eye protection, Festool CT-VA-20 cyclone system