Quercus Issue 6 May/Jun 2021 (published: 01/05/2021) May/June 2021


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Quercus Issue 6 May June 2021

Quercus Issue 6 May/Jun 2021


Quercus Magazine May/June 2021 QM06 - on sale 1st May 2021

 

Outline

This issue of Quercus features a profile of Mike Abbott, an icon and pioneer of greenwoodworking, who has inspired and taught so many professionals and enthusiasts, particularly making chairs. Elsewhere you will learn how Greenwood Days has adapted its courses to meet Covid-19 guidelines; how in the USA Maplewoodwoodshop has created a system for bringing woodwork & design back to school; how in Australia HNT Gordon are makers of great planes, and now have their own vices; how in Japan birch is split for making chairs and how Dylan Iwakuni makes a protector for his chisels; and how in Canada Richard Wile answers questions on sharpening & tool renovation. Quercus is, I hope you will agree, going global, and we welcome anyone to take part from anywhere.

 

Contents

1 Follow David Johnson’s step-by-step guide to caning a chair the Danish way

Robin Gates, Dylan Iwakuni and Gerwyn Lewis write about tool storage

Masashi Kutsuwa reports on Japanese splitting techniques

Derek Jones looks at workshop accessories and a new handle

The icon of greenwoodworking from first beginnings to ‘retirement’

Rex Krueger finds and copies a marking gauge he’d not seen before

Encouraging a new generation of woodworkers and craftspeople

Learn how to make your own tobacco pipe by hand with Steve Schuler

Interview with founder Terry Gordon

Nick Gibbs on PU glues and freeform laminations instead of steam-bending

 

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