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The Shoji screen is basic woodworking joinery with a twist of exactness, resulting in a unique opportunity to deploy your emerging skills with hand tools to their best. Whereas the Shoji is a traditional Japanese project, the methods Paul is deploying requires no special tools or knowledge at all. Paul shows his methods for making the parallel twinned mortise holes, which we know one day will become traditional in joinery practice on a worldwide scale. This opening episode will both stimulate your creative juices and inspire you to fine woodworking.