Welcome to our February issue, which is filled with our usual mix of projects, technical articles, features and a whole lot more. As we make our way into 2019, you can be sure to find something to ignite your imagination and inspire you to develop your skills. In terms of what you can expect to find this month, projects-wise, in the second part of his series, Shaun Newman discusses the making and attaching of the lute’s soundboard and fingerboard; next, taking inspiration from a similar project found online, Rick Wheaton makes his own resin-filled table using a plank of 1.6m long split yew; the lid of Phil Davy’s poplar, oak and softwood bread box doubles up as a cutting board; in part 2 of his series, Dave Roberts shows how to complete the base and lids of his pair of apothecary delights; Peter Bishop’s clever design for an iPad docking station helped to solve his daughter’s problems at work; and last but not least, also this month’s cover star, Les Thorne’s candlestick pair offers turners a good opportunity to practise their copy turning skills.
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