New to pocket holes? Want to learn how to set-up that new Kreg Pocket Hole Jig you just purchased? Well check this out.
And if you’re not using pocket holes, you’re missing out! I use pocket holes in a lot of my furniture joinery. It’s a quick, sturdy way to connect two pieces of wood together.
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Setting up your Kreg Jig is super easy!
Set your board thickness and remember, a 1” piece of stock wood is typically ¾”, so make sure you actually measure your wood instead of taking the nominal size for granted.
Using the gauge, set the collar to the depth of your wood.
Clamp down your wood in the jig and drill.
And now you have a pocket hole!
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