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[eBook] Free: "Woodworking: The Complete Guide for Beginners." $0 @ Amazon AU, US

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Are you new to ‘woodworking’ and are looking for creative and easy to fulfill home and yard projects?

Would you like to forget those expensive tools and create a unique art by using your arms and inexpensive hand-tools?

Or maybe, you are looking for a possible business opportunity and a way to make decent extra income every month?

If you answered “Yes” to at least one of these questions, please read on…

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  • +2

    US link actually points to AU

    Should be:

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08DD7ZK4K

  • +7

    Might be a time waster based on reviews…

    1

    I can't work how you could possibly build anything without a diagram, that's what's lacking with this book :(

    2

    I'm only a few pages in and realise that I have made a big mistake. This book is awful. Clearly nobody proof read it before publication. Don't waste your money unless you're looking a for a laugh at how bad it is or want to give someone a rubbish Christmas present.

    3

    Poorly written and left to your own devices has how to construct some of the projects really disappointed and my opinion not worth the money

  • +1

    Anyone with woodworking skills, can you recommend how I can get started? There are a lot of resources on the Internet but it's overwhelming. I'm not aiming to become a carpenter but some skills would be nice.

  • +4

    Check out Steve Ramsey on Youtube.

    • +2

      Yes, I watched a lot of his videos (I'm a total beginner). Some good hints there.

      I particularly liked the ones about using SketchUp - and I used it to build a mobile tool cart and a home gym.

      However, the main problem for me is that he uses a table saw for most of his projects, and I'll never get one of those.

      • +2

        You're in the same boat as me, I've decided not to get a table saw either. Depends what stuff you want to make. I found Peter Millard's channel very useful. He makes lots of cabinets/bookshelves etc. Very small workshop so he doesn't use a table saw.

        • Ah thanks, subscribed.

  • Wood Jerry. Wood.

  • +1

    I guess this book can help me build something erotic with timber, woodn’t tit?

  • The The Woodwright's Shop is great if using hand-tools. Free to watch
    https://www.pbs.org/woodwrightsshop/watch-on-line/watch-seas...

    and
    Matt Estlea
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxWzA3ZlYEOLr1JkKH0ZMyg

    Paul Sellers
    https://www.youtube.com/user/PaulSellersWoodwork
    ( he's really skilled though, he makes it look easy )

  • I’d also recommend Tage Frid Teaches Woodworking, which is a fairly well regarded book for beginners

  • No one read free books, just download and keep in library just in case you need, it is like most of the freebies ..

  • I think the freeness has expired

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