Can you believe that it’s already 2020? The holidays seemed to fly by this year, but hopefully you enjoyed a bit of rest and relaxation to bring the year to a close. This is the perfect time of year to think about what 2019 was like. Did you get to spend as much time in your woodshop as you wanted to? (Regardless of how much time you did get, probably not.) Were you able to find new things to try? Did you take your craft to the next level?
Regardless of your answers to those questions, the good news is that 2020 is a new year and it offers a renewed chance to approach the year in the way you want to approach it. In other words, it’s a wonderful opportunity to think about what you’d like to accomplish this year. Whether you’d like to add to your collection of essential woodworking tools, get better at joinery, tackle a bigger project, or have more fun, all of those things are in your grasp — and Long Island Woodworking Supply is here to help!
Start the Year Off Right
So how can you be certain you’ll achieve your woodworking goals this year? Our advice is to sit down with pen and paper and write out the things you want to do. Keep it somewhere in your shop where you’ll see it and then start planning accordingly. The great thing is that you can start tackling some of your goals right this very minute!
Whether you want to get creative with the bandsaw like Jimmy DiResta (we have a variety of Timber Wolf bandsaw blades to get you started) or you want to try your hand at a complicated new joint (give this seemingly-complicated-but-surprisingly-easy joint a try!), we’re here to help you out along the way.
At Long Island Woodworking Supply, we provide both the essential woodworking tools and the inspiration to get out there and get started. Sometimes that last part is the biggest hurdle, but trust us when we say that once you’re out in the shop and working on a project that gets you excited, you’ll be propelled forward in new and unexpected ways.
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No matter who you are or what your skill level is, the wonderful thing about woodworking is that there’s always a perfect project for where you are. Find something that looks like it would be fun to make — or design your own project, or just wing it and see how it goes — and start making it. You’ll find plenty of joy and fulfillment, and that’s doubly true if you’re making your project to give to someone else.
In a world where you can buy everything online, making something by hand is even more special. After all, as Henry Ford once said, “Chop your own wood and it will warm you twice.” So get out there, chop some wood, and kick 2020 off on the right foot.
Oh, and if you need some tools or supplies for your project, shop our online store today.