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"For our projects this month, Robert Couldwell starts off by making an amateur medicine cabinet in oak, before Martin Pim-Keirle shares the entire process of making a wooden block plane from scratch; next, Dave Roberts turns a box in the Japanese style; Phil Davy transforms a handy cubby space into functional alcove shelving; Les Thorne creates a wonderful lidded box in ash; and last but not least, Rick Wheaton presents a door stop idea that makes use of offcuts. If learning techniques is more your thing, join Robin Gates as he takes a look at edge tools lost and found; and in ‘woodworker’s encyclopaedia’, Peter Bishop continues on through the Ds with dressing, dripping and dropping, through to the Es with a load of eaves, edging and bendy stuff. We also have some fantastic features in store for you, including the latest helping in our ‘Archive’ series, which features a monk’s bench from the March 1929 issue of The Woodworker; next, we take a closer look at the winning portfolio of entries from the recently held and judged Wood Awards 2019; in ‘modern woodworking’ Tom Fraser asks if Scotland is the place for woodworking; in ‘me and my workshop,’ Rick Wheaton meets retired woodworker and Chairman of the Mid Devon Crafts Guild, Dave Bowden, before Martin Pim-Keirle discovers more about furniture maker Aidan Donovan; in his ‘joinery tales’, Gareth Jones’ life is set to take a whole new, exciting direction; and in ‘end-grain’, Edward Hopkins’ latest move forces him to downsize his workshop.

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