Your Favorite Project
Recently, I was talking with a woodworking buddy, and we were chatting about projects we made in the past. As we talked, it became clear to me that this fellow remembered almost every single thing he has ever built. Alas, my gray matter has become more porous over time, so that is not the case with me. I can even go back into the annals of Woodworker’s Journal and be surprised to see a really nice little project that I not only built, but wrote an entire story about.
With that said, there are a few things that I’ve made that are golden memories — things that I’ve made that even years on, I am still proud of.
So what about you? Is there something, grand or humble, that you still think of from time to time? If so, share it with us. A photo would be great, but just a note would be fine, too. I’ll share mine if you’ll share yours.
Rob Johnstone, Woodworker’s Journal
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