Our February issue is filled with our usual mix of projects, technical articles, features, plus a whole lot more. Projects-wise, we bring you the second instalment in Shaun Newman’s Renaissance lute build; Rick Wheaton makes a resin-filled table using a plank of 1.6m long split yew; Phil Davy comes up with a novel bread box design; Dave Roberts completes the base and lids of his pair of apothecary delights; Peter Bishop shares his design for an iPad docking station and Les Thorne designs a wonderful candlestick duo. In our technical section, we bring you the next instalment of Home truths; Michael Forster continues his series on dovetails; Dave Roberts admires the subtlety of one of the woodworker’s simplest tools; Peter Bishop explores the Golden Ratio and Colin Lloyd shares his many tips and techniques on using scrollsaws. Moving on to this month’s features, Robin Gates brings us another helping from the archives; Owen Evans talks to dulcimer maker Tim Manning; Anselm Fraser looks at setting goals and objectives with your woodworking; and in ‘Me & my workshop’, we visit Cornwall-based designer and maker, Stuart Lamble. On our test bench this month are three fantastic pieces of kit - the DeWalt DCS334P2 18V XR jigsaw, the Micro Fence - Edge Guide, and the Laguna P|Flux 1 Cyclone – and we’re also giving one lucky reader the chance to win a fantastic HiKOKI C3606DA Multi Volt (36V) Brushless circular saw. As usual, we also have all your usual favourite pages, including news and courses, welcome, marketplace, next month, letters and readers’ tips. All this and much more in the February 2019 issue of The Woodworker & Good Woodworking, which is now on sale!