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As a bloke who likes to make ‘useful’ things, I was fairly chuffed with a couple of garden chairs and table I knocked out from skip rescue odds and sods. I now see the folly of my rustic ways; what a difference to the work a few days spent with a master craftsman can make. Beautiful chair granted, but the skills gained making it will now influence future work. There is real value in that course and I do covet that spoke shave. Well done and thanks for sharing.


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