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Posted on Are the Common Woodworking and Woodworking Masterclasses worth doing?

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#1 posted 11-27-2018 04:33 PM

See if you can find a hands on class. Might get more from it.

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I would love to. One of the Community Colleges nearby has a well known woodworking program, but its an hour drive from me with no traffic, more like 1 1/2 hours after work. I don’t see that feasible with the kids’ schedules and activities. Maybe when the kids move out that might be an option. I have learned some basics already, mainly at the cost of wood and time. But I have no structure right now to my learning.

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