Bamboo and Red Epoxy Rice Bowl
by Jim Rinde

Sample Spice Set
by Scott Roberts

Carved Cherry Bowl
by Bill Janney

Beginner’s Corner: Holding Wood Securely
Part 2

by Robert Gulley

“Russian” Into Boxesspice set
by Michael Stafford

Drill Guide
by David Reed Smith

Tool Review: Thompson Tool Handles
by Joseph Herrmann

Reader’s Gallery: Child’s Corner Chair

Designer Showcase
featuring Michael Gibson

Ask Dale
by Dale Nish

Penmaking: Tips and Tricks
by Kurt Hertzog

Tool Review: Coring with the Monster Laser Guide
by D. E. McIvor

Servicing Your Scroll Chuck
by Jim Rodgers

Handling a Knife
by Robert Heltman
A “Wineglass” Goblet
by Russ Fairfield

Special Feature: Shavings

Behind the Scenes: All American Crafts Publishing
by Kurt Hertzog

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issue 29

April 2011

On the Cover: The cover photo is a design that almost didn’t happen. Michael Gibson made three attempts to turn this teapot before succeeding—a point that is important for newer turners. Michael was inspired by the recent teapot exhibit at the AAW Symposium in Hartford, Connecticut, in June and, regardless of your opinion of teapots, I’m sure you would agree that this one is a winner.

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