1. Thanks for all the feedback on the big vs small question. I’m reading them all, but probably won’t respond to all because I’ll sound very redundant. But I’ll try to respond to everything new idea at least once…if you want to read through.
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    1. Personally, I appreciate the small builds using the “scrap”. I agree with some of the other comments that it is nice to see the “scrap” being repurposed and used in another project and that some of the smaller projects are more relatable to the hobbyist. Keep up the good work!

    2. Small or big, I don’t care. Whichever has more interesting solutions to problems or covers useful techniques. I’m guessing the small pieces are going to see more of that because you’re fitting an idea to a leftover bit of material, rather than buying material to fit an idea.

  2. The whole point of watching is to be inspired and to learn lessons. You can get both of those from large and small projects. But…I would hazard to guess you can inspire viewers on more smaller projects than large ones. Large projects are kind of like watching Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous… – so there is that.

  3. I’m working in my shop right now with the very first cherry pieces I’ve harvested/resawn/dried from a downed tree at my cabin in Michigan…and I am hoping–and Just Hoping–to make such a terrible mistak3 as that rockin’ side table!

    It was indeed a mistake but is, equally, now a feature. Being able to do that is one of the best things about being a human, isn’t it?

  4. Hi Chris! Love your videos from the time you’ve started uploading. I have a suggestion: stick to your format; it’s working. You’re almost at at million. However, if i may make an appeal to your design challenge interest; consider something like IKEA style flat fold – with your secret spices added. 🙂

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