A local upholster phone me up the other day to see if I was interested in repairing a chair for her.
The inside frame had some serious woodworm and had broken through in one place as well as all the joints coming loose or snapping.
I made a complete new frame using beech and dowelled joints at the corners. I'd forgotten how much I hate dowels, doing them by hand is not as easy as you'd think and the fact that the frame is a trapezium made it awkward to line them up.
Although only a little job you never know what might come from it in the future and as I was always taught growing up - "You never turn work down". Also it's good to work with (and for) other local tradesmen (and women) as you never know when you might require their skills and expertise.