By Kathleen Fields. Woodworking. Published at Sunday, December 03rd, 2017 - 03:30:28 AM.
So that bookcase you just passed in the store doesn’t look all that hard, basically a box: top, bottom, sides, backing board, mount some shelves, some molding. You could do that! (Besides, isn’t your oldest boy about the same age you were when you made that napkin holder? This would be a killer thing to do as a family project! Might help get his nose out of that X-Box.)
Next, hit the internet and start searching. There are lots of websites out there that have woodworking plans for just about everything. Some are free, some cost money to get access to the plans. Some offer some cool programs that help you view blueprints, and scale them up and down, so you can change the size of your project, and not be stuck with theirs. Some even have a good amount of video tutorials, which will be handy for you as you start to re-learn some of those “dope 7th grade skills”.
The Art of Woodworking! Woodworking is done from the ancient times itself. As the history states the Chinese and the Egyptians were fond of wood made materials on earlier days. They used copper for making wood processing tools and later iron. Woods can be divided into basic three types namely hardwood, softwood and man made material like plywood and MDF.
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