A practical, friendly and helpful guide in the world of woodworking, Good Woodworking magazine is perfect for those both just getting started or with years of experience.
Good Woodworking brings you the latest woodworking news, as well as new products and tools that are tested to within an inch of their life. Inside you’ll find plenty of projects to give a try yourself, reviews of woodworking events and features on famous craftsmen and carefully explained and illustrated techniques suitable for all skill levels. Absolutely perfect for those who like to go against the grain a little and make something with their hands.
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We love a magazine with aspirations. Good Woodworking is the more successful successor to Bad Woodworking and Mediocre Woodworking, two publications that set the bar a little too low.
Good Woodworking describes itself as the No.1 magazine for aspiring designer makers, and it certainly delivers on that. Inside the mag you’ll find plenty of informative and excellently explained projects and techniques, perfect to get you started on making something yourself. Carpenters really aren’t all that different from you and me, they simply have a few more skills and a lot more practice. It is perfectly possible to become a competent, efficient and stylish woodworker simply with lots and lots of practice.
Just don’t expect to get things right the first time. You are inevitably bound to screw up – a table with five legs, a chair with none or a cabinet that doesn’t actually open being a few of the messed up projects we can boast. Nevertheless, when that first perfect project is completed we can guarantee that you’ll feel a warm, glowing sense of satisfaction. That, or you’ve just lent back on the sanding machine and frictioned your trousers on fire. NB