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Old 03-29-2011, 07:40 PM   #1
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Hello everybody,

For any successful woodworking project to take place, an action plan or project plans must be explained. When you know what you want and with the designs properly illustrated, execution becomes so much simpler and it will be possible to construct some really wonderful projects.

Here are some tips you will need if you are starting out as a woodworking newbie.

Your First Project: Go for projects and designs that suggest hand tools for a start. You do not want to take on something too large that you can't handle. Everybody starts someplace, and with experience, you'll get better and eventually move to the larger projects and even earning some income from them.

Some simple projects to start out with include: Chicken Coop, Dog House, Bench, Coffee Table, and later on, you can move on to advance work like Landscaping, Weather Stations, Cabinets etc

Knowing Your Tools: it is important you know your power tools. Get to know the names and abilities of ones that are necessary for your projects and how to use them correctly and safely. Don't get stressed, there are only seven notable woodworking power tools that you need know about.
Learning all about power tools will help you to advance to more complex projects, the best place to start learning is as a beginner as the projects you will be working on are simpler enabling you to focus on using the tools in the correct manner.

Your Project Plan: Following a plan helps ensure that your woodworking project is finished the way you hoped. Familiarize yourself with the plans and procedures before you purchase or use any wood.
Don’t forget, you have to start somewhere, and the more you do, the better you'll get. Your woodcrafting skills will be better along the way with more time and this can be achieved by following clear plans already drawn out by others.

Good luck on your new project / hobby.

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