Episode 032: If We Knew Then What We Know Now

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What’s Going On In The Shop

Kyle – Chugging away on the Disneyland Trains.  Turned a few tap handles. Turned the pedestal for the table.

Sean – Published the bed videos.

Brian – Working on the credenzas.  Lots of drawers.

Main Topic – If I Knew Then What I Know Now

Listener Questions, Email, and Comments

Guest Questions:

Marshall Toy – Wood runners or drawer slides on a dresser?  Follow Marshall on Twitter, Instagram, check out his YouTube channel, and website.

Email/Comments:

Leigh Jordan – Waterproofing the inside walls of a basement?

iTunes Ratings

49cfr – 5 Stars – Update: six stars – Essential podcast for woodworkers, makers, and fans of these guys’ YouTube channels.  Engaging and Educational. (Sorry Kyle, more than 10 words)

WoodenCreationz – 5 Stars – Party Like a Rockstar – Hey Guys, straight up killer show!  This is Brian from WoodenCreationz.  Huge fan of all of you…especially Kyle when he remembers to put on clothes.  I got the chance to meet Sean and Kyle at Atlanta, GA and WIA.  Both outstanding guys!  I was the 6’7″ guy with the light up respirator mask.  If by chance you don’t remember.  You can stalk me on Instagram and on YouTube WoodenCreationz.  I am not a fine woodworker per say.  I’m more of a lets have fun inventing and designing things and busting out nice stuff when things cost too much and I remember I have a shop full of tools that can make the exact same thing.  Do you guys often build stuff you see in order to save money?  Love to hear some stories if you do!  Take care gentlemen.  Loving the reviews at the end of the podcast!  Brian WoodenCreationz

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Author: Spunjin

I am a woodworker, maker, and DIY enthusiast.

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