I'm new to woodworking in the sense that I'm getting serious about learning the craft and (fingers crossed) living up to my grandfather's legacy. He was a master cabinetmaker, trained in Hungary, and became the lead woodworker for National Cash Register Co, in Dayton, OH.
At the moment, I've got a handful of small projects going in my home shop. I'm learning as I go, the only way I've ever done things And when those inevitable mistakes happen, I do my best to grin and bear it
Been reading RJ DeCristoforo's book on joinery (Joints and their applications), and what a resource of information and how-to!
Looking forward to meeting you and learning more about the art and craft of woodwork. Hope I can share something useful for you, too.