To be honest this is a tricky question because they all have their own appeal. I have seen many beginner projects in my garage and even saw some great projects in my shop after a few years of woodworking. There are different reasons that people buy woodworking projects and I don’t want to give away too many secret clues to help you decide but if you want something pretty quick to do in your woodworking shop or basement you might want to consider buying some scrap hardwood. The more scrap you have the better chances is that wood will not deteriorate as fast as other woods. I always say to buy scrap hardwood that you can cut very easily. You can make the cut much faster, not expensive, and you could spend more time doing it.
What about saw dust? Saw dust is not harmful to human health and will actually help in woodworking. This is why you should not put it on your saw while finishing it. If you get into a woodworking project the first thing to do is clean the cut with the grain first, then wipe off excess dust. This will help the grain come out more easily from the saw before you put the piece back together. If you do have saw dust then the rest of the materials will stay on your table and not fall into the saw when you cut. You can see the sawdust at the bottom of the saw.
What about saw teeth? The saw teeth of the woodshop will help prevent splitting. Many people look at saw teeth (sharp edge) as something to avoid cutting on. I personally do not think the saw teeth are that big of an issue. In fact I think it is a bad thing to remove them. For a quick job you can use your teeth to help straighten out the line, but most people are more of a visual person and just do not want to put extra work into removing the teeth. If someone is an experienced woodworker then I can see how the teeth can become a problem.
I know you have heard it before but does wood fall apart? Wood tends to not fall apart so what you see and hear about it is more myth than fact. Wood tends to not tear even if you use very hard saws.
I have seen a lot of “expert” woodworkers on the internet claiming that they fell wood but never had any problems. The only woodworker that I know has had a problem is Eric T. from the Woodworker’s Supply shop here in San Diego. He started making furniture out of pine and
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