I f you are reading this page then it is likely that we have something in common. We both like working with wood. In fact we probably both LOVE working with wood.
I am also going to assume that you have a big problem. You see I had the same problem in the past so I understand.
The problem I had was translating the vision of what I wanted to create in my mind to the actual finished project. Many of the projects that you start….
Never get finished because it’s never simple to take your vision to a completed project (not finishing your project is an incredible waste of time and money)
Sick and tired of old, "out-of-date" woodworking plans with incomplete details or material lists
You know, it’s funny really. Most of us try to take shortcuts to save time and/or money with just about anything in life, including hobbies like woodworking. And we never seem to learn our lesson.
But it wasn’t always that way. I used to take shortcuts to save time and money – only it never worked out that way. At one point I came to the realization that I needed to take my professionalism up a notch and begin using woodworking plans to help me out with my project.
What stared out as a good intention (to buy woodworking plans to help me out) only lead to more frustration. I was no further ahead, even after spending my hard earned money on some plans to help me out.
Truth is, I wanted to get my hands on high quality furniture and craft plans. But, the problem is, all of the plans that I could find were hard to read, incomplete, and did very little, if anything, to help the situation.