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I am not surprised that the popularity of woodworking has increased in recent months and years. Every day, new woodworkers start the hobby, and old woodworkers pick up their tools again and get a new woodworking project started. In my opinion, there are three main reasons for this.
1. Working with wood appeals to our deeper instincts
Since the time, the man has always worked with wood. We used wood to build our weapons, build our houses and build pens and fences to house our pets. Therefore, wood has helped us with our safety, our protection and our food. For this reason, wood and work with wood is something that is central to our existence. If you run to the modern world, we are increasingly disconnected from the real world. Internet and social media allow and encourage ever more human interaction to take place in virtual reality. Therefore, most of us can really benefit from something that reconnects us to the physical world and our deeper souls.
I think woodworking has the power to provide this switch. You also come after a happy day in your workshop that works with your latest woodworking project and produces something that is real.
2. It is easy for the beginner to start, but will also challenge the expert.
Starting with your first woodworking projects, basic techniques are easy to understand and easy to perform. Essentially woodworking is simply about choosing, measuring and cutting wood in the right shape; and then assemble your pieces together and grind them smoothly. You will do this with your first simple project, and you will do this if you are a master craftsman. You can learn all these techniques in one day, but they will take a lifetime to master. For that reason, the beginner can complete a woodworking project on day one and be truly proud of it. But twenty years later, the same woodworkers can still be challenged and thoroughly engaged by working on more complex projects.
3. What you produce has value
Every woodworking project that you manage will result in a physical object being produced. OK I accept that some will not be good works of art. You will also have some mistakes that will be sent to the trash bin in eye contact. But these mistakes will be in the minority, usually your woodworking hobby will give you some wonderful results. Some will be beautiful, some are practical and even more will be both.
Very soon after you have taken up this hobby and completed your first woodworking project, you will be able to point to something that admires and says, "I've done it."
It's a good feeling.