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Welcome to our first issue of 2020 and have we got some great projects, technical articles, features and brand-new kit in store for you! What a great way to kick off the New Year!
In our January projects section we start with Robert Couldwell’s dressing table commission in oak, which he designed to suit a small and narrow space; next, finding an old Arts and Crafts nursing chair in his workshop, Niall Yates decides that it was certainly worth rescuing and placing back into circulation; Rick Wheaton’s simple knife bar uses powerful rare-earth magnets to ensure your kitchen gadgets are kept exactly where you want them; Phil Davy shows how making your own skirting from hardwood is not so much dearer than buying ready-made softwood; learn how to carve your own wooden spoon using Dremel’s handy step-by-step guide; in turning, Les Thorne makes a stunning square box in spalted beech with contrasting legs in African blackwood, before Dave Roberts takes tea in fine style with his faux bamboo cake stand
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