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Common Woodworking is the sister site of Woodworking Masterclasses, they are both woodworking sites which provide details on techniques and tutorials for projects with Paul Sellers. Common Woodworking focuses on the beginner woodworker who has a keen interest but isn’t sure where to start.

Paul is one of the best known woodworking teachers in the world and his YouTube channel is the most subscribed UK woodworking channel. He guides users through his tutorials to create projects that can be done in your own workshop.

The aim of this site is to provide a basic level of woodworking knowledge and skill to allow a smooth transition to move onto our more advanced Woodworking Masterclass projects. The progression through the Common Woodworking projects will equip you with the knowledge on what tools to buy and how to buy them, it will also guide the you through basic techniques and projects which involve these. All of the recommendations of tools and advice has come from Paul himself and this information is put into clear guides by Izzy and Joseph which are accessible for the beginner woodworker.

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I have spent time on Paul's site and blog and can say that he does a fantastic job of explaining and demonstrating the techniques he is teaching. The basics are needed to fully understand what and why you are doing the steps to any project. Simple concepts like wood expansion and contraction, why joints fail and so on are basic but if you don't know these things some of your projects will fail and you'll never know why. Even a seasoned woodworker would gain something I think, maybe something forgotten or some new concept never learned. A review is always helpful. And Paul usually backs these concepts with simple but useful projects. Take a look for yourself, I promise it won't hurt. He will throw in some of his outlooks on life as a bonus......

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