So…what do you need help with? Normally, I spend my time telling you about the projects that I am working on, and teaching you things that I want to teach. In order to serve you better, I would like to know what woodworking or wood finishing topic you need help with. If it’s something that I have experience with, I will make a dedicated post that was completely inspired by you!
I really enjoy helping people become successful at woodworking. From the emails I receive to the articles and books that I write, my number one goal has always been to get more people excited about woodworking.
While I do enjoy posting about the things I am working on, and the topics that interest me directly, I have found that some of the best connections I have ever made with people have come from solving their woodworking problems.
With that in mind, I would like to know what part of woodworking or wood finishing that you are struggling with. If I have experience in this area, I will provide a post that explains the topic, and clarify the concept so that I can help you. I have my hands in several different woodworking disciplines, which help me explain the process to people that need a little help.
As a beginner, it’s sometimes hard to find the answers that you are looking for. I know, because I was there too. Thankfully, while working at WoodCraft I was surrounded by people that were interested in many different types of woodworking. This really helped me, because the direct interaction answered a lot of my questions.
Based on my experience, getting a direct answer when possible is really the best way to learn more about woodworking. So, if you have a question, or you need a little clarification on something, shoot me an email, which you can find here. If I have some insight for you, I will provide it in the email. Perhaps I will even write a full post if several people are asking the same question.
That being said, I know that I am not the all-knowing master of woodworking. Nobody that truly understands how massive woodworking is could ever say they are. You may be interested in something that I have zero experience with, and I promise I will tell you. The last thing I would ever do is spit ball an answer.
I will never leave you hanging with a bad looking project. However, I answer several emails a week and can typically solve the majority of problems that come my way.
If you have any questions about What Do You Need Help With? please leave a comment and I will be glad to answer them. Also, please share my work with your friends on Pinterest! Happy building!
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