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This has been the most fun
Just to let you know that we got the next episode of making the Paul Sellers’ workbench is up on YouTube. Watching it through reminded me that making this as a series in my back yard was SOOOOO much fun!!!! I took a little stick (criticism) on the first episode of the video series, but I think now that there are hundreds of my benches being made around the globe as a direct result of my feeble effort so I’m glad we did it. That’s how I measure success. You can’t bank it in your Barclays or Bank of America. You can’t bank it in accolades but you can bank it in the lives of your fellow man and woman regardless of where they are in their woodworking life. That’s success. I have worked on every woodworking bench type and you won’t find a more practical workbench for the money. I made the one for the Woodworking Shows for $41. It’s smaller, a mere 5’ long and 2’ wide and 38” tall and it was made using two of the three most important joints used through woodworking for centuries. Imagine a good bench for $41………….Doesn’t take much thinking about.
Try out my Workbench in five states
To see or try my workbench, join me at the remaining Woodworking Shows in:
Somerset NJ – Feb 22-24
Columbus OH – Mar 1 – 3
Dallas TX Mar 8 – 10
Tampa FL Mar 15 – 17
Atlanta GA Mar 22 – 24
See you all soon!