It’s not so easy a question to answer these days because those who did at one time teach woodworking were once craftsmen who changed occupation to enter the teaching realm with their craft skills as working men. That changed when instead of teaching aspects of life to equip young people to engage in adulthood they…

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Hi Paul, I really enjoy watching your Youtube series, its amazing to watch a true master of his craft at work. Im amazed at the possibilities of woodwork, from making everyday items to building complete workshops. It looks really daunting but I would love to learn the basics and build on from there, hopefully fulfilling…

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I’ve written different blogs that lead to the point where action becomes essential to actually 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…

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  • Anneke Cox on Yesterday!I second that! Almost a zen like philosophy to his art! and an inspiration to us all. (even if sweeping up the shavings).
  • Gary Carr on Yesterday!Well said, Mr. Sellers, well said.
  • Michael Kratky on Yesterday!A philosopher and woodworker too, they blend so well, you sir are a pleasure to know.
  • Colin Fee on Yesterday!Paul, what do you with shavings that collect after sweeping up?
  • Stefan on Yesterday!This post blew me away. I am speechless. You are so damn right in every single word you said. Thank you so so much for sharing this wisdom!! Stefan
  • Tom Quinn on Yesterday!I agree - music can be a distraction, or an aid to focus the mind. It depends on my mood and mindset at the time. Bach is phenomenal before or while doing something mathematical. K…
  • Jan Genauer on Yesterday!Thank you Paul for all your thoughts and for taking the time to express it in detail. In times of Twitter this has become a rare good. Wishing you all the best. Jan