Not sure if this is the right category, but I am an aspiring (lol!) wood worker, and have joined makerspace to have a place to learn and practice basic skills so i can do some basic projects. Projects I have in mind are a simple table, a shelf unit, shoe rack, etc… i.e. nothing too complex yet but maybe one day!
While I wait for my turn at a woodworking induction, I can’t get my hands dirty, but I was wondering if there was anyone who is somewhat experienced (just more than me) who wouldn’t mind me shadowing them, asking a few questions here and there. In return you would have a second pair of hands when needed, for example for carrying or help tidying up
I’m not expecting someone to teach me as thats a lot to ask of someone to do for free, but I just want to observe and learn passively as someone else works, and also get familiar with the space and its conventions. I think it’ll probbaly be good to feel confident in the space and around the tools ahead of being inducted and being able to work indepedently
Hope this isnt too outrageous of a suggestion! Looking forward to reading your responses