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New Series On woodworkingmasterclasses Starts Today

DSC_0176Just so you know. We start the new series on making the table I blogged on last night and have mentioned over the past few weeks. I think it really unpacks the past methods of this make and that it introduces methods so very viable today for today’s enthusiasts for real woodworking.

Got to woodworkingmasterclasses.com and enjoy!

3 Comments

  1. Randy on 16 October 2014 at 3:47 am

    First CSI, or “Craftsman Scene Investigation” Woodworking show I’ve ever seen! I’m hooked. Just when you think the Sellers family has surely reached the height of how to keep you interested, WHAM, they take it to yet another level!! Well done Mr. Sellers et al.



  2. Steve Massie on 16 October 2014 at 8:22 pm

    Paul that first episode was truly amazing, I enjoyed learning the mystery and hearing your commentary of the piece as you started dismantling it. I found it most interesting and can’t wait for the future episode’s.

    Thank You for all you share and do !

    Steve



  3. mmelendrez1955 on 21 October 2014 at 2:05 am

    I am all smiles



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