I have been watching the posts for a while but as a virtual novice I have lurked in the background!
Inspired by all of your handy work (and a little encouragement from the wife who believes that with enough encouragement she WILL get her beaded face frame kitchen!!!) I am building up my skills (not a career, but for my own enjoyment). I have been making up a few cabinets, fitted wardrobes etc and as this has been a self taught learning curve have only recently come across pocket hole joinery.
I would really appreciate some words of experience on the use of these jigs and joints, what do I need to look out for? What are their limitations?
Being from the UK or home improvement stores have a very limited supply of wood in varying dimensions. At the moment I make up wider stock by gluing 12mm softwood floorboards together to get the width, then I use 18mm/45mm rails to make up a face frame and the same for the door frames. The next thickness of timber available to me is then 36mm which is too thick! I do all this in the garden as I don't have a workshop!! Still, between the rain and the snow it gives me great pleasure.
All and any advice very welcome.