This may seem like a silly question, but for me it’s a bit like cooking rice; it seems super simple, and other people seem to do it just fine, but I keep burning it, or it’s too starchy, or something.
I can’t seem to cut straight with a hand saw.
Do you all have any tips about ways to maintain a straight cut over a distance? As someone without a workbench or vice, tips that don’t involve those things are especially welcome. Sadly, I’ve no space for a bench just now!
As you can probably guess, I’m new to woodworking; still, this is my biggest setback, unquestionably, and learning how to get it right will help me greatly.
Also, if you end up with a slanted cut, are there easy ways to bring it to square without taking a gamble and attempting to resaw it?
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