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Loren

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#1 posted 12-07-2017 10:18 PM

The problem with never doing any work unless
a client is paying for it in my experience is the
pieces that come out of such an arrangement
run to bland casework and such. If you get
known for casework you’ll be tempted to acquire
all sorts of cool equipment to do it faster and
you may never build any real furniture thereafter.

If you want to build furniture pieces, especially
interesting ones, you’re going to have to find
a way to build pieces that excite you.

If you can afford to do it for awhile, make what
you want and sell what you make.


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