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Welcome to our first issue of 2018, which gives you the opportunity to win an impressive workshop haul from Trend, including the new WRT Workshop Router Table, T5 and T11 routers, and the new T35 M-Class dust extractor - good luck to all those of you who enter! We also have a wide range of projects for you to make, including Dustin Van den Abeele’s convertible bench design; Phil Davy’s letter rack as well as a pyrographed and turned bowl from Les Thorne, which will certainly hone your skills. In our techniques section, John Bullar discusses how best to cut lapped dovetail joints using hand tools, and in ‘What the Dickens’, Dave Roberts takes a leaf out of Scrooge’s book with a little seasonal reflection. In ‘People & Places’, we bring you an exclusive feature that showcases all the winners of the recent 2017 Wood Awards, including the star of our January cover - Mark Laban and his Rustic Stool 1.0 - which stunned the judges as he scooped the 2017 prize for Student Designer Winner. As it’s the New Year, what better way to start than by looking at some great new woodworking kit, such as the Bosch GHO 12V-20 cordless planer and two handy products from the Draper Storm Force range. We also take a look at the Trend T11 router, which is still a market leader 12 years on, as well as a clever jaw cramp from Pinie and a cheap and efficient window alarm from Glass Guard. As well as all of the above, you can also find all of your favourite pages, including news, courses, letters & makers, before we give you a sneak peek at our February issue, which contains another great competition as well as a fantastic range of enjoyable content.

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