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    You've found a good bunch to support you.

    I follow Derek Cohen's "In the woodshop" blog which details advancing skills. It's free, and Derek is generous with us.

    There's no substitute for direct instruction, and a classroom setting will descend to the lowest skill level.

    After you make a few things, individual tuition is best.

    Best regards,
    Jim in Massachusetts
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    Hey Kyle, any progress? I'm hoping that seeing you get busy will inspire me to get back on my build.
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    On starting out

    If there's anyone nearby that has a shop, they might know someone in a position to help.

    Search "studio" furniture in your ZIP code.
    Years ago, I had a good experience at the Vermont school of woodworking. There might also be courses at the MapleWood school for common craft, but their website seems static.

    https://www.vermontwoodworkingschool.com
    http://www.maplewoodcraft.org

    Jim Tolpin's "The new traditional woodworker" is my go to text.

    Jim in Massachusetts
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