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« on: October 18, 2005 03:34:15 PM »

  Anyone do extensive woodworking, or have a friend or family member that does?  I came across this craft book that has a bunch of things I'd like to try, and one of them is woodworking.  There's all these tables, toys, etc I'd love to make someday.  However, I have no experience with these kind of tools, no room in my apartment for a woodshop, and little to no extra money.  Where would you suggest I start?  I do have an extensive tool selection, actually, that I share with my boyfriend, and I'd like to add a scroll saw and electric drill to the mix.  I do have a dremel.   What tools are good for the beginner?  Any books to recomend as well?  Thanks!
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