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Amongst the assorted items that timber framers like to accumulate are piles of wedges which happen to be the waste bits of wood that result from cutting bevelled housings.

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I’ve tried picking them up and putting them in the woodburner so that at least they are serving a warming purpose, but have found that I can’t physically do it! My muscles refuse to respond to simple commands. What if I need them?

Oak Frame WorkshopWell, the truth is I do need them as they are essential for chocking and levelling wonky timbers. Only I don’t need boxes full of them, just half a dozen would probably suffice. The ones at the bottom haven’t seen the light of day for years.

I have the same problem with my sock drawer – or is that too much information…….Help!

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