Perhaps you too tend to make furniture in certain favourite styles? I like Shaker, Cotswold A&C, Mission, Greene & Greene. These and other styles tend to have collections of motifs associated with them - shapes, joinery methods, carved details, dimensions and so forth.
Learning to do some of these details is often both the most interesting but also the most difficult part. Personally I struggle a bit with carving rather than with, say, the jointing methods.
I wonder if it would be worth developing a thread here in which we can both ask for and offer methods of work for achieving success with some of these motifs, especially when we’re trying one for the first time? Naturally, it would include the list of necessary tools from Axminster.
Anyone interested? At present I can offer a bit of advice about how to do some Cotswold chip-carved motifs but need advice about how to best achieve several others I can’t presently manage to form well.