Fine Wood Working 10 10 2009

July 2, 2010 § Leave a comment

Fine Wood Working 10 10 2009
MAGAZINE  | PDF FILE  | 21.0 MO | 61 pages
Many have heard the old Copenhagen snuff ad that stated, “Sooner or later it

is Copenhagen!”. Well, that is exactly how it goes with Fine Woodworking. Some say it isn’t filled with enough projects and they are too difficult, some say the articles are way too technical, and even others say that the reviews are too critical. Response: Yes and no. If you don’t want your tools to last a lifetime, then the

reviews are too critical. If you want a project that you can be proud of your entire life and look at with pride, knowing it will become a family heirloom, then the projects are not to difficult, and after you spend 100 hours building something and another 30 to 50 hours sanding and finishing it, there aren’t too few. And if you sincerely believe that ignorance is bliss, and education is the root of evil, then yes the articles are too technicle.

Fine Wood Working 10 2009

July 1, 2010 § Leave a comment

Fine Wood Working 10 2009
MAGAZINE  | PDF FILE  | 18.7 MO | 61 pages
Many have heard the old Copenhagen snuff ad that stated, “Sooner or later it is Copenhagen!”. Well, that is exactly how it goes with Fine Woodworking. Some say it isn’t filled with enough projects and they are too difficult, some say the articles are way too technical, and even others say that the reviews are too critical. Response: Yes and no. If you don’t want your tools to last a lifetime, then the reviews are too critical. If you

want a project that you can be proud of your entire life and look at with pride, knowing it will become a family heirloom, then the projects are not to difficult, and after you spend 100 hours building something and another 30 to 50 hours sanding and finishing it, there aren’t too few. And if you sincerely believe that ignorance is bliss, and education is the root of evil, then yes the articles are too technicle.

Fine Wood Working n°202

June 30, 2010 § Leave a comment

Fine Wood Working n°202
MAGAZINE  | PDF FILE  | 36.7 MO | 53 pages
Many have heard the old Copenhagen snuff ad that stated, “Sooner or later it

is Copenhagen!”. Well, that is exactly how it goes with Fine Woodworking. Some say it isn’t filled with enough projects and they are too difficult, some say the articles are way too technical, and even others say that the reviews are too critical. Response: Yes and no. If you don’t want your tools to last a lifetime, then the

reviews are too critical. If you want a project that you can be proud of your entire life and look at with pride, knowing it will become a family heirloom, then the projects are not to difficult, and after you spend 100 hours building something and another 30 to 50 hours sanding and finishing it, there aren’t too few. And if you sincerely believe that ignorance is bliss, and education is the root of evil, then yes the articles are too technicle.

Fine Wood Working n°201

June 29, 2010 § Leave a comment

Fine Wood Working n°201
MAGAZINE  | PDF FILE  | 60.0 MO | 57 pages
Many have heard the old Copenhagen snuff ad that stated, “Sooner or later it is Copenhagen!”. Well, that is exactly how it goes with Fine Woodworking. Some say it isn’t filled with enough projects and they are too difficult, some say the articles are way too technical, and even others say that the reviews are too critical. Response: Yes and no. If you don’t want your tools to last a lifetime, then the reviews are too critical. If you 

 want a project that you can be proud of your entire life and look at with pride, knowing it will become a family heirloom, then the projects are not to difficult, and after you spend 100 hours building something and another 30 to 50 hours sanding and finishing it, there aren’t too few. And if you sincerely believe that ignorance is bliss, and education is the root of evil, then yes the articles are too technicle.

Fine Wood Working n°200

June 28, 2010 § Leave a comment

Fine Wood Working n°200
MAGAZINE  | PDF FILE  | 53.7 MO | 53 pages
Many have heard the old Copenhagen snuff ad that stated, “Sooner or later it is Copenhagen!”. Well, that is exactly how it goes with Fine Woodworking. Some say it isn’t filled with enough projects and they are too difficult, some say the articles are way too technical, and even others say that the reviews are too critical. Response: Yes and no. If you don’t want your tools to last a lifetime, then the reviews are too critical. If you 

 want a project that you can be proud of your entire life and look at with pride, knowing it will become a family heirloom, then the projects are not to difficult, and after you spend 100 hours building something and another 30 to 50 hours sanding and finishing it, there aren’t too few. And if you sincerely believe that ignorance is bliss, and education is the root of evil, then yes the articles are too technicle.

Fine Wood Working n°199

June 26, 2010 § Leave a comment

Fine Wood Working n°199
MAGAZINE  | PDF FILE  | 48.7 MO | 53 pages
Many have heard the old Copenhagen snuff ad that stated, “Sooner or later it is Copenhagen!”. Well, that is exactly how it goes with Fine Woodworking. Some say it isn’t filled with enough projects and they are too difficult, some say the articles are way too technical, and even others say that the reviews are too critical. Response: Yes and no. If you don’t want your tools to last a lifetime, then the reviews are too critical. If you 

 want a project that you can be proud of your entire life and look at with pride, knowing it will become a family heirloom, then the projects are not to difficult, and after you spend 100 hours building something and another 30 to 50 hours sanding and finishing it, there aren’t too few. And if you sincerely believe that ignorance is bliss, and education is the root of evil, then yes the articles are too technicle.

Fine Wood Working n°181 Tools shops

June 26, 2010 § Leave a comment

Fine Wood Working n°181 Tools shops
MAGAZINE  | PDF FILE  | 15.9 MO | 120 pages
Many have heard the old Copenhagen snuff ad that stated, “Sooner or later it is Copenhagen!”. Well, that is exactly how it goes with Fine Woodworking. Some say it isn’t filled with enough projects and they are too difficult, some say the articles are way too technical, and even others say that the reviews are too critical. Response: Yes and no. If you don’t want your tools to last a lifetime, then the reviews are too critical. If you 

 want a project that you can be proud of your entire life and look at with pride, knowing it will become a family heirloom, then the projects are not to difficult, and after you spend 100 hours building something and another 30 to 50 hours sanding and finishing it, there aren’t too few. And if you sincerely believe that ignorance is bliss, and education is the root of evil, then yes the articles are too technicle.

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