In this month’s edition of Wood News, we’ve got a great new article from one of our customers, Dick Rank, who is striving with his latest project to elevate his woodworking skills from what he refers to as the ‘not-so-fine’ furniture level.
Having recently joined a group of American period furniture makers, I was inspired to somehow find a project which would bring my skills up to a higher level. Being somewhat lazy, I have usually preferred making “not so fine” furniture. It fits my personality. Striving to reach perfection is not my style. At my age, it is simply unwise to even start a project that might take several years to complete. I have been told that I should not even buy green bananas.