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Posted on Do we really want to become good at woodworking?

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#1 posted 02-12-2010 03:30 AM

actually stefang when i read this it sounded very inspirational and honestly true. how do you not get a laugh, learn, or love woodwork without screwing up once in a while? sure many times it can be fustrating but you learn alot from mistakes. and if you screw up on one part you can look at it and let your mind expand to make something else with that “scrap” piece. if you screw up that puts more work on your time to get better at the second time. theres many different ideas that branch off of that topic.

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