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Autumn is nearly here, and what a great time for all things woodworking! In this fantastic issue, we bring you the usual mix of projects and turning, technical content, features, plus various tests on a selection of brand-new kit. PROJECTS & TURNING • TURNED TRINKET BOXES & CIGAR BOX GUITAR: Using an old dismantled satin walnut sideboard, Andrew Hall is commissioned to make two cigar box guitars and two trinket boxes using various upcycled parts • WINDOW SEAT: Phil Davy creates more room in his cottage by stripping out window seats and replacing boards • REPLACEMENT WINDOWS: Peter Vivian gives his house a lift by setting about replacing two leaded lights TECHNICAL In our technical section, Dremel's handy beginners’ guide to sanding will show you the tools of the trade and where to start; and in the next instalment of his 'Woodworker's encyclopaedia', Peter Bishop takes us on through ‘H’ and another letter bites the dust. FEATURES Next up, in features, Robin Gates finds a lesson in self-help on the cover of The Woodworker from December 1947 and takes heed of advice from the ‘reverend’ Charles Hayward; Paul Greer explores the various roles wood has played in a theatre environment through the ages. ON TEST Moving on to our 'on test' section, if you're in the market for a few new tools then be sure to check out these pages, as Jonathan Salisbury appraises Ian Hawthorne's Neat Elite Hinge & Lock, before Simon Frost puts the Henry Taylor Bevel Edge Chisels through their paces. And if you're feeling lucky and fancy having a go at winning 1 of 5 pairs of Dickies' brand-new Medford safety boots, then be sure to have a look at our competition page and enter your details online. Pick up your copy of our October issue today, or why not subscribe?

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