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"Christmas is coming and we are very excited to share our new issue with you, which features a remade Land Rover project from the Christmas 1955 edition as well as a few other festive treats for you to enjoy PROJECTS & TURNING • ‘MOXON’ TABLE VICE: Robin Gates hones his hand skills while making a hybrid vice for bigger boards using two Record Juniors and reclaimed oak linings • FESTIVE FROLICS: Carl Jacobson shows you how to turn a fun snow couple using leftover pieces of timber • CANDLESTICK: A very prestige project sees Les Thorne make a candlestick that combines Victorian style with a contemporary finish TECHNICAL • WOODWORKER’S ENCYCLOPEDIA: Peter Bishop delivers part 22 of his ongoing ‘series, which sees him making his way into the Ks and Ls FEATURES • ARCHIVE: Heavy rain confines Robin Gates to his shed with the November 1934 issue of The Woodworker • FLIGHTS OF FANCY: Paul Greer looks at archery over the ages and the evolution of wood as a primary material • KEBONY CHRISTMAS TREE: This festive offering from Habitree is the perfect ingredient for a sustainable holiday season WIN! As it's almost Christmas, we've got two competitions running, giving you the chance to win 1 of 2 Triton TQTRSS orbital palm sanders as well as a Clarke Buckingham 6Kw multi-fuel stove. You can enter either one or both, so good luck to all! THE ALAN PETERS ONLINE FURNITURE AWARD 2021 We're also edging closer to the deadline of the newly launched Alan Peters Online Furniture Award 2021, and you can read all about it on our special spread, or visit Jeremy Broun's website where you can see an introductory video and also download an application form: www.woodomain.com/alanpetersaward. Pick up your copy of the Dec/Jan issue today, or why not subscribe?

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