Do you have any idea why most woodworking projects end in failure?
Hammer, nails, and power tools may seem relatively easy to handle, but once you get started you will quickly realize that “there is much more to woodworking than just tools”.
In many cases, wood work projects amount to wastage, frustration and failure because of one or more of the following:
- Failure to select the right materials and tools .
- Failure to use proper techniques.
- Not paying attention to safety procedures.
- Not taking enough time to plan properly and in sufficient detail.
All these situations contribute to frustration, project failures and wastage of costly materials, and can even lead to serious injury.
So I have compiled this 12-point woodworker’s checklist that will ensure that you avoid the mistakes that others, including myself have made in the past, and enjoy your woodworking as you deserve to.