|andrew murray 1||30/11/2019 18:15:30|
|1 forum posts|
Hi, I am recovering from a bad accident where I lost 4 fingers on my right hand. I am on the search for some less labour intensive projects to get me back into the game. I came across a site called ted's woodworking, if you have used it or have any knowledge of it some feedback would be appreciated.
Edited By Derek Lane on 01/12/2019 09:06:24
|Derek Lane||01/12/2019 09:08:02|
3215 forum posts
Do not use that site many of the plans can be found for free on the internet also some are incomplete
|Ron Davis||01/12/2019 19:50:01|
1613 forum posts
Andrew, you do not have a profile, so we do not have an idea of where you are. If you are in Suffolk PM me and perhaps we can help.
|Marie Stokes||18/12/2019 14:52:27|
|2 forum posts|
Bless you, dont segregate yourself, we would all like to see your work able bodied or not
|Drake Frosts||28/01/2020 16:43:03|
|4 forum posts||
Wow, well done! Many people with disabilities are afraid to even try, they think that they will not succeed. The main thing is faith in yourself and a desire to do something. My friend was injured and for a long time was not confident in himself, did not want to move on. But seeing an example of people like you, he overcame it. Have a nice day!
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