WoodCarving – Issue 187, 2022

 Carve a beautiful but cheeky fieldfare, Steve Bisco looks at Arts & Crafts detail and then proceeds to carve a water lily dish. Murray Taylor explores the drawing and carving of chip carved panels, Johan Roudy carves a charming shelf-edge mouse and Peter Benson suggests subjects you might wish to carve. We have a feature about ‘old school’ carver Charlie Oldham and Mark Baker talks to Dave Wilkins and his passion for carving. We have a really useful selection of Celtic line and knot patterns to work from and the latest kit and tools and community news and letters, all in the latest issue!

WoodCarving – Issue 187, 2022
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