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Making a workbench is a perfect project for any woodworker to develop and hone their skills. It also allows you to […]

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If you’re like me you will realise that often changes you might resist or even reject at […]

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[…] precipitate the starting of the work proper; this for me is  the essence of real woodworking. With that centred in our thoughts, we begin to see how the workbench, vise and hand tools predicate real woodworking. Beyond, or, I might all the more say, especially inclusive of that is the sense of entering a world you’ve […]

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  • Paul Boegel on A Few Years AgoThank you for your posts Paul. In these days of riots and sometimes overall anger it is such a delight to see a positive place to hang out. My dad was like that with me. When I was…
  • Craig Luthy on A Future PastPaul, Grateful: There are very few people like you who energetically share their love for a craft and effectively teach and encourage others to learn new woodworking skills. I for…
  • Sonika on My Latest Giveaway is now OPEN!Awsome!!
  • Mike Towndrow on A Few Years AgoAh, an update. I see it is going to be the next project! Forget the previous comment - for now.
  • Mike Towndrow on A Few Years AgoThat is a beautiful looking toolbox and one I'd definitely find very useful! If it's not going be a project I might have a go at making one anyway. All the principals of constructi…
  • Paul Sellers on A Few Years AgoYes, joseph is my second youngest son at 31. I have four boys and one girl.
  • Paul Sellers on A Few Years AgoWe're going to do it next. The response surprised us so that's where we are headed. I'll keep everyone updated here. try to relive the experience.