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

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#1 posted 11-30-2018 08:44 AM

Books like “Woodworking Wisdom & Know-How” from the editors of Fine Woodworking. Available on amazon. Have good information. This one is like information overload. Several sites offer videos. Such as & youtube. If you watch the videos, watch them several times, you may notice something you didn’t catch the first time. The advantage to a hands on class depends on the instructor and how many students are in your class. Too many students and you get less personalized instruction. But you’ll hear questions asked by other students that you may have not thought off. Any good advise or information can go a long way. Once you think you know it all, that’s when mistakes happen.

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