Although it’s hard to believe that we’re already on our October issue, as with every month, we’ve done our best to put together one that appeals to all woodworkers and woodturners, regardless of skill level. We hope there’s something to tickle everyone’s fancy, so without further ado, let’s have a look at what you can expect this month. In projects and turning, in part 2 of his ‘air guitar’ build, Shaun Newman describes how the back of the guitar should be fitted and bindings and purflings put into place; next, Lance Winter shows you how to make your very own drill vice/clamp, which can accommodate a wide variety of different gluing and holding situations; Grace Silverwood returns with another clever rocking creation - Henry the Hippo; Dave Roberts’ coat rack is made from ebony and... well, you can probably guess the rest; making use of leftover oak-veneered MDF from a previous project, Phil Davy’s table lamp base makes an ideal small project; and last but not least, suffering a workshop mishap due to an errant piece of flying timber, Les Thorne is forced to turn himself a new base for one of his trusty workshop lamps.
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