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By David Thiel
Pages: 45-52

From the October 2006 issue #157
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Most woodworkers back their way into woodworking, gathering tools and equipment slowly. Because of this fact most woodworkers also grow their woodworking space slowly as well. They may start out with a corner of the garage or basement dedicated to Saturday projects, but as their interest and skills build, so does the need for space.

That’s where we want to start with this first chapter of Setting Up Shop – space. When we poll woodworkers about what they need to improve their pleasure in woodworking, space is the number-one answer, followed closely by more time and less expensive wood.

From the October 2006 issue #157
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