Quercus Issue 13 Jul/Aug 2022 (published: 28/06/2022) Jul/Aug 2022


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Quercus Issue 13 Jul Aug 22 front cover

Issue 13 Jul/Aug 2022


On sale 1st July 2022

The July/August issue of Quercus (QM13) pays special tribute to David Charlesworth, an icon of woodworking, and one of the most influential authors, presenters and teachers for many years. Woodworkers from around the world share memories of a remarkable man (who died in May 2022), with tips and techniques they’ve learnt from that softly spoken stalwart. There’s Derek Cohen from Australia with David’s way of cutting lapped dovetails; Mattias Hallin from Belgium planing edges to a stop for better gluing; and Germán Peraire from Spain honing marking knives with David’s jig.

Also in QM13

Robin Gates shows how to rivet copper nails to make a small steel bevel

Doug Stowe shares the philosophies of learning with one’s hands

Julian Jones makes his own pole-lathe and shows how he turns bowls that way

Ethan Sincox applauds a Superior Marking Gauge made by Philly Planes

John Peeler explains how you should fix a table top in place with 18th Century techniques

Max Neukäufler reveals his Triple-C approach to spoooncarving

Andy Glenn charts his path to forming of the Woodworking School at Pine Croft in the USA

Shrenik Savla-Shah reviews the Unplugged Woodworkers Facebook group

Dylan Iwakuni recalls how he found three unusual toolboxes

Justin Emrich remembers how he got into woodworking from a career in finance

Richard Wile discusses waterstones

John Lloyd shows how to make the best of a shoulder plane

Robin Gates’s Classic Tool of the Issue is the 19th Century compass saw

 

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