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Our September issue features the work of the amazingly talented furniture maker Fernanda Nunez, a great mix of projects, features and tests, plus two fantastic competitions for you to enter PROJECTS & TURNING • ‘WALNUT WHOPPER’: Tim Pettigrew shares his experiences of turning a large walnut bowl, which took place over several years • SOPHIE’S DESK: Zac Matchett-Smith makes a custom-built desk in maple and ash complete with hairpin legs, all in time for his girlfriend’s 30th birthday • MANCALA BOARD: Peter Vivian comes up with a novel design for his take on a traditional Mancala board • RAINBOW CUTTING BOARD: Noah Weinstein shows you how to make good use of scrap pieces of wood lying around the workshop with this colourful chopping board project TECHNICAL In our technical section, Mike Darlow looks at sharpening angles for your turning tools, before Peter Bishop brings us the next instalment of his ‘woodworker's encyclopaedia’ series; and in part 3 of his start-up diary, Simon Frost focuses on setting up an online shop for small products, organising the finances of his business, and making a piece of bespoke furniture for his partner. FEATURES In features, inveterate collector Robin Gates finds the answer to life’s little curiosities in the July 1911 issue of The Woodworker; Martin Pim-Keirle looks at the exquisite work of furniture maker Fernanda Nunez; in 'Modern woodworking' Tom Fraser, Principal of The Chippendale International School of Furniture, is excited to welcome students back after months of lockdown. ON TEST In addition to all of the above, we have all your usual favourite pages, including news and courses, welcome, marketplace, next month, letters and readers’ tips, plus much more! And if you haven't done so already, get working on your entry for the Alan Peters Furniture Award, as there's some fantastic prizes available as well as extra time to get making! Pick up your copy of our September issue today, or why not subscribe?

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