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"Our brand-new March issue is brimming with all manner of inspiring content, a varied range of projects for you to make, as well as some top notch features and tests. As usual, our projects section is varied and aims to cater to a varety of skill levels. First up we have our new author Martin Saban-Smith showing how to make a spinning top arena complete with spinning tops, followed by Martin Pim-Keirle’s dust extraction box design; next, Jolien Brebels recreates a Volkswagen camper van in miniature; Dave Roberts turns a pair of tulip-shaped candlesticks; Phil Davy’s simple tit and sparrow boxes are a win-win all round; and last but not least, Les Thorne uses pieces of masking tape to create an interesting effect on a hollow vessel. In our technical section, Peter Bishop covers a range of defects, moisture-related stuff, some tools and measurements in his next ‘woodworker’s encyclopedia’ offering; and in ‘home truths’, Edward Hopkins meets eccentric furniture maker Nick Hannan. As another issue hits the shelves, with it comes a whole host of great new features for you to get your teeth into, starting with Chippendale School Principal Tom Fraser looking at where tradition meets technology when it comes to furniture making; also, Jeremy Broun explores the nature of woodworking skill and the evolution of tools as we bring you details of the upcoming Alan Peters Furniture Award 2020; next, Gareth Jones delivers his penultimate instalment of ‘joinery tales’; and in ‘archive’, Robin Gates marvels at a table-top machine for turning wood; next, Rick Wheaton meets 62-year-old furniture maker Peter Sings; before Paul Greer discovers the history of chainsaw sculpting. We hope you enjoy the March 2020 issue of The Woodworker & Good Woodworking, which is now on sale!"

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