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12 July 2013

12 July 2013 Woodworking Challenges

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Also building a jig can significantly simplify a difficult or repeated task. Being a carpenter's daughter, I learned that working fast was the key to earning a living building houses. I had to unlearn that speed and replace it with precision. Building a jig felt like a waste of time, but I have since come to believe the time put into the creation of a good jig is worth every minute when four legs for a table come out exactly the same and fit perfectly in the project. Over the next few weeks, I'll share some of my favorite and most useful jigs. None of them are original ideas; some may be slightly modified for my style, but they are all good solutions to old and new woodworking challenges. Check in regularly for simple jig ideas.

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