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#1 posted 10-06-2013 01:17 AM

Practice, practice, and more practice…..Reading books and watching woodworking shows and videos are all excellent advice…but it boils down to putting what you’ve read and seen to work. Become accustomed to the tools in your arsenal. Practice techniques on scrap or inexpensive wood. Build projects that incorporates the joinery you wish to learn. Visit a Woodcraft store, they offer classes in woodworking. Good luck to you and welcome to Lumberjocks

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