Enter Uneeda’s woodworking competition

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Uneeda is conducting its first annual online woodworking competition open to all woodworkers residing in the United States and Canada.

“Over the years, we have noticed that, unlike in the art world, there were very little competitions for woodworkers. Woodworking, just like sculpture, oil painting or glass making, is an art form in itself and woodworkers’ creations should be just as much recognized and celebrated. So, whether it is furniture, unique wooden art pieces, or simply kitchen cabinets refinishing, we created awards for all types of skills and craftmanship. We will be awarding a total of six prizes,” the company explained in a statement.

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