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While Autumn may be looming there’s still lots to celebrate, and our September issue is certainly one of them. Brimming with a range of varied projects, technical articles, profiles to excite, and tests to make you want to part with your hard-earned cash, there’s something to suit every woodworker out there. While we’re sad to say goodbye to our cover star, John Bullar’s excellent beginners’ guide to furniture making series, we’re pleased to report that he’ll be back in a few issues’ time with a brand-new series, so watch this space! In our projects section this month you will find Andy Smith’s wonderful toy wooden camera, which is made using scrap pieces of walnut and maple, and would make the perfect gift for any young budding photographer, and also on the theme of gifts is Annemarie Adams’ lovely acorn pendant, which is is quick and easy to make, gives you a good opportunity to use up scrap pieces of wood, and would be lovingly received by any fan of wood. Or if making projects for the home is more your thing, then Noah Weinstein’s clever corner shelving solution is sure to liven and brighten up a corner of any room; and moving into the garden, Phil Davy’s decking is perfect for al fresco woodworking, before we round things off with another great turning project from Les Thorne, as he decides to do battle with a piece of brown burr oak.

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