Charli Wilson wrote:I usually just put two bits of squarish-wood up to each other and bang some screws into it.. that is my idea of a joint! However I would like to learn to do joinery 'properly' and build slightly more adventurous things- in that I'd like a timber greenhouse, and a small (8ft by 16ft) woodshed/barn-esque structure. I am interested in heritage building and 'proper timber framing'- however I'd like to use power tools to speed things up (I'm time poor but have a large quantity of tools), and probably cheaper wood (an oak framed woodshed is a bit out of my budget).
Can anyone recommend any books? Video channels? Or other methods of learning? How would you go about learning joinery?
I welcome more general answers in this thread to aid other people in the future- but some specifics for me
- I don't have any woodland, any wood would have to be purchased, so cost could be an issue
- I work full time, I would need to learn a as hobby rather than a 'real' job- becoming an apprentice would be infeasible given my 40 hour work week!