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How to Start Working Wood (part 2), What Should You Make First?
“What’s a good beginner project?” I hear this question a lot on woodworking forums and discussion groups. A novice wants to get into woodworking, but he or she doesn’t know what to make first. I admit I don’t quite understand … Continue reading
The Hardest Part of Learning to Sharpen
The other day, I was teaching a friend to sharpen his plane iron, and it got me thinking about sharpening. Of all the skills I have learned while working wood, sharpening has been the most life-changing. It started with chisels … Continue reading
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