These are 5 common woodworking mistakes that beginners make. If you are a beginner woodworker, you want to avoid these most common woodworking mistakes. When you are building woodworking projects there are some common mistakes you will want to avoid. You are going to make mistakes as a beginner woodworker, we all do. The goal of this video is to help you avoid the same mistakes I made. You have to build confidence in your woodworking just like you exercise to build muscle. You can’t start with an advanced woodworking project and expect great results. Start with small beginner woodworking projects and build your way up as you gain skills. We will discuss how to believe in yourself when making your woodworking projects. I’ll also tell you about common woodworking pricing mistakes. I want you to avoid these common woodworking errors.

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0:00 Intro
0:19 1st common woodworking mistake
2:07 2nd common woodworking mistake
4:30 3rd mistake beginner woodworkers make
6:00 4th mistake woodworkers make
8:10 5th mistake new woodworkers make
9:27 new woodworker safety
11:15 Outro and Final Thoughts

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