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Woodworker's Journal
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Woodworker's Journal Subscription

4.3 out of 5
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Woodworker's Journal
Woodworker's Journal
Woodworker's Journal
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Woodworker's Journal is a magazine for people who love woodworking. Woodworkers who read Woodworker's Journal will find plans to build great projects, reviews of woodworking tools and lots of woodworking tips and techniques.

Woodworker's Journal publishes 6 issues a year, but reserves the right to change the number of issues in an annual term, including discontinuing any format and substituting and/or modifying the manner in which the subscription is distributed.

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4 out of 5
Angry Readers ?

I was amazed how many angry opinions were voiced in your magazine. I have been a woodworker for over 40 years and have met many women in the hobby. Most of them have far more patience than I for detailed work. I was pleasantly surprised to see Wendell Smith and his tool stand. I used to visit his shop when I lived near Oregon. I bought lumber from Wendell too. What may be unfortunate is the flood of magazines with the woodworker focus. It probably spreads the likelihood of subscriptions and purchase across a very large base. You offer an approach I like. Sharing ideas in any hobby can be very rewarding. Thanks for being open about the opinions of others.


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4 out of 5
This is a good woodwork magazine for people who build a lot.

I thought this magazize had some interesting tips and information on equipment selections. I learned about some interesting router bits that make projects like joining drawers together of putting in panels a lot easier. It has good detailed information on the projects in the magazine to build them. What I was looking for when I ordered the magazine was smaller, simple projects I could use for my students to build. While that is not what I found, I did get some helpful ideas to make my shop work better.


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