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Hey everyone my name I Mike and I live in San Pedro, Ca. and I am new to woodworking. I have all ways had other people or helped them fix or build things around my home. Well the kids are out in college and so I decided to clean out garage and start my journey. Not completely finished yet but very close to main project.  So I got my Kreg jig and ready for it to help me with my first major job a mobile workbench. Look forward to see what the future brings. 


Your shop sounds at the very least roomy. I am putting together my shop now and it is the same size except only one story. The previous owner of the shop used it for his race cars. There are two big doors on the side. I am planning on building a finishing room around one of the doors. I need more of a controlled environment than what I have for varnishing and such. But I really related to the tools. MY better half makes sure I have toys and projects to stay out of her hair! LOL
Paul Curtis said:

Hello I am Paul Living in Nova Scotia Canada ..From Newfoundland Canada -- I have been picking at  the wood work for a few years now too many to count.. Have not use my craig Jig a lot except for face frames and a couple cabinets. Have a work shop 32 x 32 two story to pick in. Have a few tools as my better half tell me its not tools it is toys..

Hi my name is Rich and I live In Rhode Island. I have been DIY woodworker for many years. I have yet to purchase the Kreg Jig but it will be my Christmas gift to myself and I am ready to get started with it as soon as I get it

Hi neighbor; I'm in Wallingford CT and I can tell you that the kreg jig is that most valued tool in my shop. Good luck and have a merry Christmas and a happy new year.

old retired man love wood working.

When are you getting a table saw?

Ray Lattman said:

>>>....the kreg jig is that most valued tool in my shop. .../p>

HI, My name is Mark. I've been doing woodworking and carving off and on for 30+ years. I've read about the Kreg Jig system many times and finally decided to give it a try building cabinets for a garage renovation I'm doing in the spring. Picked up the master set just last week and looking forward to using it.

Hi my name is Jeff Cook I have always had a love of working with wood .Have done most of the remodeling in our house  just finished a closet - shelving unit in my daughters room. Will have a picture soon . I own a kreg jig master system, crown pro I have to say they are great tools.

 

Hi to you all, my name is Jim and I live in : Golden, BC, Canada. I have been doing woodwork on and off for the past 35 years. Now that I am retired I have more time to get into it and am willing to take on more challenging projects. I am planning to purchase my first Kreg equipment this week to help me to get to the next level of wood work. I find that working with wood is therapy for me, it is a wonderful world where there are always interesting challenges.

JW,

"Pocket Hole Joinery"---

Lots of info available, herein and on the internet---

peruse the subject matter.

If you should have any questions, or needed additional info, 

do not hesitate to ask.



JW Rhyne Jr said:

Hi ! JW Rhyne  Jr, Texas Gulf coast resident, new to pocket joinery. Looking forward to doing more projects.

James,

Now that you've got the practice out of the way,

you're ready to begin a new career.

Enjoy.



James Doyle said:

>>>... I have been doing woodwork on and off for the past 35 years....
...Now that I am retired...
...I find that working with wood is therapy for me, .../div>

I've always wanted to get into wood working. Have done a few projects over the years. This year I've started doing some projects for hire. I built a window seat for an after school mentoring project here in Springfield, IL. called the Matthews Project. I provided the labor for free. The Matthew's Project is in a building that's just a couple of blocks from Lincoln's Home. The building was a grocery store where the Lincoln's purchased their food and stuff.

Since building the window seat for the Matthew's Project I've had several people who have seen it and have asked me to build them a window seat.

Right now I'm in the middle of a large project for a family. It's 4  window seats that will also double as a toy boxes. It will be over 29 ft in length when finished. Should be finished in the next couple of weeks. 

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