Jan 032020
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With the New Year comes resolutions and what better way to start off 2020 than by making some resolutions specifically related to your woodworking goals.

2.5 years ago I started a step stool project while attending the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Coastal Maine and while many people in the class finished their project, I was a bit further behind and had to bring my project back home to Atlanta, still in 3 different pieces. 2.5 years later, I have yet to finish my project and so this year, my resolution is to finish this project I have been “working on.”

While I did add dovetails to each of these 3 pieces, I still have quite a bit of work to do…and the project is still in 3 pieces…

What about you? What are your woodworking resolutions for 2020? Answer in this month’s poll.

Molly Bagby is an employee at Highland Woodworking. She grew up at Highland Woodworking from a mere 1 week old and now does a variety of jobs to help keep her parents’ business running. You can follow her on Instagram @HighlandWoodwoman.

  One Response to “January 2020 Woodworking Poll: Woodworking Resolutions”

  1. For 2020 I have two woodworking resolutions.
    1. No more skimping on tools – buy the best and buy more!
    2. Limit small scaps to 1 bin and 1 shelf. Burn the rest.

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