I hope you have had the chance to look at our Feedback section over the last couple of weeks, where we have featured your stories documenting how you got into woodworking. I truly enjoyed learning all the ways folks got started in our craft.
And if you allow me, I would also like to encourage you to become a subscriber to the Woodworker’s Journal print magazine. (I know that many of you are — thanks.) In these times of rising costs, it would be the best twenty bucks you can spend. The pages are full of great projects, tool articles and stories about woodworkers — but they also have a ton of content from folks like you. Subscribers send us letters, photos of their projects and woodworking tricks. All for $1.70 a month. (You lose that much change in your BarcaLounger each month.)
So, check out the magazine. It is worth every penny and it helps fund the Weekly as well.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
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