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A country piece with straightforward construction and pleasing lines, this grandfather of clocks is a challenging project sure to become an invaluable family heirloom.

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Ever wonder what Santa Claus does when he’s not supervising toy production or making Christmas Eve deliveries? You’ll find the answer in this sampling of entries in Woodcraft Supply’s 2004 Santa Carving Contest. Of course, not all the entries depict Santa at leisure. Some offer glimpses of the famous fellow at work – in various centuries. Enjoy!

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Tackle this trio of tiny trucks and start your own  fleet of gifts for those on your list with a love for wheels. You’ll discover how getting small can reap big rewards.

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Look to your favorite tree to provide wood for ornaments that will decorate the most famous tree of all.

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Since Woodcraft Magazine wraps up its first year of publication with this issue, we thought you might enjoy this project – a handsome box to keep all your issues together in your shop library. Doug Stowe’s simple design lends itself well to making several boxes at once so you can be prepared as your magazine collection grows.

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Automata – intricate wooden devices that spring into motion at the turn of a small handle – are among the oldest of toys. This one takes a whimsical look at how a certain jolly old elf might get himself into shape for the big night.

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Combining some of the best features of Shaker and Country styles, this trestle table will be a delight in any dining room – whether set for a weekday dinner or a holiday feast.

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The rediscovered magical tree

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Quiet, efficient, and startlingly precise, the planes on this list often give better, faster results than machines. 

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Twas right before Christmas and all through the shop, the tools were all working. They just couldn’t stop. There was red and green gift wrap to mark the occasion. And Chanukah blue, if that’s your persuasion.

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