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I'm in the middle of a kitchen table and would like to em corporate g&g breadboard ends.
My local library is limited when trying to learn about woodworking history or even art history and period furniture. I'd like to get my hands on this book.
My skills come from YouTube and the FWW online service. I'd like to have this in my library to learn the fundamentals.
I've followed Tommy since his podcast days, the Bombay secretary was a classic. I'd like to check out the book.
I'd love this to be part of my resources. Count me in.
I just picked up two routers and plan on building a table. I'd like to take a peek at this book for hints.
I love Hendrik's depth he puts into his material, he covers everything and more for your future reference. I've recently gotten sucked into hand tools and would love this one.
I'd like to own this book before making some tools, first on the list is a shop mallet.
It's well known from the forums and other social media that Fine Woodworking has the best online content for woodworking period. The digital version of a magazine would be a lovely compliment to my hardcopy issues for quick indexing, quick search and easy of reference. Count me in for this offer!
I've wanted to learn from Hendrik Varju's DVD sessions for some time now and this is a good chance. I hear he goes into extreme depths with his content that is unmatched by anyone else. Maybe because he's Canadian :)
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