Woodworking is a skill as old as time, but we’re constantly finding new, useful tips to make it easier. If you’re new to woodworking, then check out our top three tips for beginners:

#1. Measure Like A Master

Triple checking every inch before you get started will not only save you the heartache of scrapping an unsuccessful project, but it’ll also save you hours of effort that you could be spending admiring your work instead.

#2. Dress the Part

Coveralls aren’t just for pro-carpenters. Whether you’re whittling, carving, or turning, you need a way to protect your clothes (and yourself) from nasty scrapes and stains. The best way to do that? Getting your first pair of Kolossus overalls.

#3. Cut the Clutter

Woodworking might seem a bit chaotic when you’re still a little green in the craft, but that doesn’t mean you should leave your workspace in the same state. Make sure that all of your tools, wood, and equipment are packed away neatly when not in use.

 

Want to look like the woodworking professional you’ll soon become? Check out here our durable and stylish coveralls, and you’re well on your way.

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