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Woodcarving Illustrated Issue 66 Spring 2014

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Woodcarving Illustrated Magazine Issue #66
FEATURES Stunning Soap Carving By Kathleen Ryan Experts turn simple soap into works of art Carving and Turning: Lathes By Bob Duncan Make your own carving blanks while learning a new hobby PATTERNS Fantastic Wizard By Shawn Cipa Stylized design is easy to carve and customize Celtic Twist Green Man By Lora S. Irish Combine Celtic knotwork with a traditional green man for a modern relief carving Want-A-Be By Dennis and Susan Thornton A fun caricature of a mule who wants to be so much more PROJECTS Turning Over a New Leaf By Keoma McCaffrey Upcycle a vintage wooden bowl with power-carved leaves Little Stinker By Bob Hershey Amusing skunk caricature is easy to customize Chip-Carved Bread Board By Wayne Barton Customize the design to make a personalized kitchen decoration Floral Love Spoon By Barry Onslow Combine power carving with hand tools to make this attractive project Scrambled Eggs By John Reichling Transform turned eggs into whimsical fish Carving a Northern Cardinal By Terry Everitt Use disposable blades to carve this colorful songbird Carving a Native American By Stu Martin Realistic Western icon is simple but powerful Power Carving a Morning Glory By Wanda Marsh Use a delicate touch to carve this stunning flower TECHNIQUES Carving a Soap Flower By Sue Wagner Soft and lacking grain, a bar of soap is easy to carve Learn to Paint: Spring Tulips By Betty Padden Practice painting with this new series; start by learning about acrylic paints, brushes, and blending
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