I am new to woodworking, and posted here a few times in the last few weeks.
I was surprised and thankful for the replies. I wish that I could
contribute more, but my knowledge and experience limits me.
Secondly, I have been doing quite a lot of reading:
a.. Tage Frid, 1&2 woodworking, mainly the #1
b.. Jim Tolpin - Measure once cut twice, Table Saw Magic - I found this
one to be great for a novice
I am in the process of reading a few others
To date I have only built my workbench, it called for Lap joints in pine 2
X4 and a long dado and rabbet in my 2x6 maple rails. I had to finish the
rails off to length and width (80 inches long.
(Yes there is a point to my post)
Here is my question.
Does anyone have any projects that they completed sequentially that they
feel were in s step-up fashion in regards to complexity? If so could you
share those? Right now, my next project is some simple book cases.
BTW- I have
Table Saw, Jointer, Thickness planer and a number of power hand tools, no
planes at this time