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In the course of any project build, unless you have decades of experience, you will probably hit the internet several times in search of just the right woodworking tips for particular problems. You will discover several fairly random suggestions, in various web locations, for each of those several steps. By the end of the project, you may have dozens of woodworking tips floating around in your head, not all of which are useful.

It’s good if you can eliminate as much of that mental clutter as possible throughout your woodworking journey. One of the best ways to do that is with a one-year subscription to Popular Woodworking Magazine. Our expert staff does most of the clutter-cutting for you. Take one year of magazine reading mixed with some web searching, versus a year of only web searching. I think you’ll emerge with a better foundation for your work by choosing the subscription (click here).

Here’s an example from just one month. I compiled 5 “not-so-random” woodworking tips from the latest magazine issue.


 

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