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

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#1 posted 11-27-2018 08:51 PM

Go to one of the week long classes…. I am a big fan of Marc Adams, in Indiana.
But there are several others that have a similar format.

You will learn a ton from a week hands on, versus reading or watching video. (To me) videos are cool for adding a new skill, or “trick”, but hard to learn basics from, but YMMV.

Here is a tour from Marc posted by Popular woodworking. The woodwhisperer Taught this past summer there.

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