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Our special Summer issue is here and as usual, it's packed full of a wide variety of projects, technical guides, inspirational features, as well as all the latest kit and tools, which we've tested just for you. PROJECTS & TURNING • BAROQUE GUITAR – PART 2: The second part of Shaun Newman's Baroque guitar build sees him describing how the delicate inner ‘parchment rose’ is made and put into place • NEEDS MUST: Faced with the dilemma of having to change his woodturning business model due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Andrew Hall decides to go digital and start streaming his own paid-for demonstrations • JAPANESE BLANKET CHEST – PART 2: Join Tim Molderez as he finishes his Japanese blanket chest build • DISAPPEARING PENNY BOX: Bringing us another money box project from The Woodworker archives, Peter Dunsmore employs a few modern techniques to recreate this puzzle from the June 1951 edition • CURLYY TOP BOX: Les Thorne gets artistic as he turns a curly top box with some added decorative details, including a lovely ebony finial, which finishes it off perfectly • LIVE-EDGE COFFEE TABLE: Zac Matchett-Smith’s live-edge coffee table features a fun, pixellated pattern, which is achieved using contrasting pieces of walnut and maple • MULTI-LEVEL PLANTER: Phil Davy builds a planter sturdy enough for nine heavy plants and foldable for storage • MINI POLE-LATHE: Alan Turner shows you how to build a small version of the traditional pole-lathe, which can even be used in a city garden

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