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hello,my name is tomie l am from ar.i like to do woodworking and do my owen handie work i build cabnets and       other work

Hello and welcome to all the new members that have joined the Kreg community. 

Hi Everyone!


My name is AJ and I am now a proud owner of the Kreg Jig. I don't have that much experience with woodworking (read: none at all), but I recently renovated my basement and got the DIY bug. A friend of mine suggested that I look at this as a way to introduce myself and now I can't see myself using any other method. Hopefully I will have some completed projects that I can share with everyone soon. The ones on this site have certainly inspired me - quite fantastic!


My name is Scott and I live in San Jose, CA.  Took a few wood working classes 20+ years ago in highschool but haven't had much of an opportunity to work with wood until recently. Been taking it slow and just completed my first big project and am already thinking about the next one.  Got the Kreg Jig and am having a blast figuring out different ways to use it.

Welcome to the Kreg community guys, The Kreg jig has brought joy and made it possible for many people  to enjoy wood working, as you have found out,    I look forward to seeing some pics of your work.

Hello All

 New to the Kreg Jig Community. Just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Michael and  I  just purchased the Master Kreg jig kit and received it at my home today. I have already watched the introduction video and I am very excited to give it a try . Looking forward to making a few cool things for outside and around my home  and chatting with some of you.  Sharing some projects and project ideas. I am a avid golfer as well and I have a idea on making a planter box with a golfers theme and placing it outside next to my putting green. Well thank you all for allowing me some time to ramble a bit I hope to meet some great people here. Happy Kreg Jigging to all . Michael

Mike M,

Next, get the Kreg deck jig kit---

use it to build an elevated deck, for ''teeing off''---

an old golf bag for a flower pot---

a planter box to store your golf balls---

a folding table to hold your ice tea---

a couple of adirondack chairs for your guests---

a wood deck at ground level for your golf cart, 

just to name a few.

  I'm near completion of a ''back yard green'', for putting and pitching.

  Completed my archery range,  last year---grand kids love it.

Hello James,

On behalf of all the Kreg Members, welcome to the Kreg Community.

You will find there is all sorts of info/stuff held within  that will keep you fully entertained for quite some time.

And with your experience we all will be looking forward to some of your creations.

I personally would like to see some of  your wooden buckets and tubs, as my attempts at coopering led me to cry for help from fellow Kreg members.


Robert Brennan


You came to the right place.

James Miller said:

>>>.... I'm here today to learn even more./p>

Hello I am Cate,  ( aka Extreme Kiwi)   according to  those know me :)

my husband bought me  the KREG JIG Master system for mother's day. It has just arrived !!! excited.. as my first project I am   looking at making a small unit to hold my vessel bowl in my small bathroom  which I have already ripped the guts out of!! luckly I waited till I had finished one of the other  b/rooms... As far as cabinetry is concerned, no experience,,, other than a woodwork course back home in New Zealand yrs ago... but I am keen to learn and get started,,,  thanks


Hello from Upstate New York, I'm new also. I hope you post some pictures of the project.

My name is Douglas Bigelow

This is an invite to all.

 The lincoln il. Art and balloon fest is just around the corner,

would love to see the kreg jig in action at this festival..

everything happens for a reason...

                         happy project's      Everyone... :)

The Lincoln Art and Balloon Festival will be held August 26, 27, & 28! There is still time to get involved.

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