What’s more important for today’s traditional woodworker, obtaining the end product, of the process of doing so?
On today’s show, I discuss hiding grooves in dovetailed drawers, building a period style overlay drawer with a thumbnail molding, black stains on wood, modifying basic joinery for special situations, and starting out with hand tools on a limited budget.
To be efficient with hand tools, sometimes you have to change the way you think about the craft.
How does the joinery you choose to use to assemble your projects impact your ability to be efficient with your hand tools?
How does the wood you choose to work with impact your ability to be efficient with your hand tools?