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Re: Woodworking 101
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Jim Dillon
Karen, Mark and Joe have given good advice. A lot depends on what you are most comfortable with: book learning, videos, hands-on in a class etc., not to mention your budget and available time. Pick up a copy of Fine Woodworking or Popular Woodworking magazine and browse the ads in the back of the mag for mention of various schools around the country. I have no experience with them, but they appear to be high quality with recognized instructors. As mentioned, the best value may be a local woodworking club to learn the basics, but many - like myself - did not have that as an option. For me, it was books/magazines/videos. Please keep posting and asking any question that comes to mind. Jim

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