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Posted on Argument with the wife. What do you do with your woodworking/woodcarving magazines?

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TravisH

591 posts in 2018 days


#1 posted 02-10-2018 05:45 PM

I run into this often. For me really only one or two magazines I care to have. Only subscription I have maintained has been Fine Woodworking. Could see getting Furniture & cabinetmaking aslo. I chucked everything besides those (kept a few “good” issues of others).

I also have a lot of magazines on the computer (Fine Woodworking 1975 to 2013, Woodworking 1984-2011, Woodsmith issue 001 up to 210, Popular Woodworking 1981 to 2013, and few specialty books/articles). I will grab a paper magazine anytime over scrolling through the ones I have digitally.


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