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Our December issue contains a fair few festive projects to entertain you during the colder months, so if general woodworking is more your bag, why not have a go at making Phil Davy’s festive tealight holders, or if you fancy dusting off your lathe, then how about Les Thorne’s turned snowman and reindeer ornaments? All are fun projects sure to put a smile on the faces of friends and family! Of course, we also have a variety of other items for you to make, including Andrew Hall’s turned vase and box in one; Phil Davy shares his design for a new exterior door and frame; before Mitch Wilmoth shows you how to make your very own hand-crafted mallet in white oak and walnut. This time of year also gives you a great excuse to polish up your technical skills, or indeed learn some new ones. So with that in mind, join Robin Gates as he makes a wonky branchwood tree and experiments with log dishes and spatulas as gifts. Also, Edward Hopkins brings us the next instalment in his ‘Home Truths’ series. In our ‘Features’ section, Robin Gates brings us his next ‘Archive’ instalment; we find out more about Richard Knazek and his workshop; discover how furniture designer and maker James McKay is flying the flag for Northern furniture talent; and last but not least, Edward Hopkins gives us a lesson in how to stay dry on Salisbury Plain… Chestnut Products’ iridescent paints; Infinity Tools’ coving bit 37-951; the Bessey GearKlamp GK30; and last but not least, the affordable and easy to read Kinex Black Coat rule. As usual, we also have a great competition for you - this time giving three lucky readers the chance to get their hands on Peter Sefton’s Ultimate Thickness Planer DVD series, worth £39.98 - plus we also have all your usual favourite pages, including news and courses, welcome, marketplace, next month, letters and readers’ tips. All this and much more in the December issue of The Woodworker incorporating Good Woodworking, which is now on sale!

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