DIY Woodworking

34 channels
Channel Alain Vaillancourt

Alain Vaillancourt


Channel Andy Phillip

Andy Phillip

I try to make interesting pieces using different combinations of woods and resins , sometimes they work sometimes they don't !! Thanks for watching ... I post work in progress pictures on instagram if anyone's interested and sell some pieces in my Etsy shop see links below ... DISCLAIMER : My videos are for entertainment only. Always read and understand your manufacturers guidelines and safety instructions. The methods I use may not be the safest so please be responsible for your own safety .. If in doubt - "DON'T DO IT"

Channel April Wilkerson

April Wilkerson

I am an obsessed DIYer and Woodworker. I'm not professional or have any training, so I just pick the project I want to tackle and figure it out step by step. I picked up my first tool in January of 2013. I couldn't afford to buy the things I wanted around my home, so I decided to try my hand at making them instead. I was hooked after my first project so I just never stopped. I put out a video as well as a written tutorial on all the projects I do to improve my home and workshop. You can find my website at Cheers, April For business inquiries, please us the email address below.

Channel Darbin Orvar

Darbin Orvar

My name is Linn and this is the Darbin Orvar channel. I build stuff and make videos. Mailing Address: Darbin Orvar PO BOX 1101 Goochland, VA 23063

Channel FineWoodworking


Have you ever considered woodworking as a hobby but didn't know where to begin? Tune in for this video series from the editors of Fine Woodworking magazine, and we'll guide you through the process. From choosing your first tools to setting up a workspace to completing your first woodworking projects, you'll discover just how easy it is to get started in woodworking. Visit our Web site for more free articles, videos, and downloadable project plans.

Channel frank howarth

frank howarth

Architecture at a small scale expressed through woodworking and film making. Disclaimer: My videos here are for entertainment, to share what I do, and to maybe provide some inspiration. Woodworking can be dangerous if all safety precautions are not taken. Please don't try anything I am doing just because you saw me doing it. Understand that there are years of learning and experimentation by me that are not in the videos. You can have a safe, enjoyable, and even inspirational time in your shop by understanding your own tools, materials, and your own skill level. Frank Makes LLC P.O. Box 25518 Portland, OR 97298

Channel Jay Bates - Woodworking Videos

Jay Bates - Woodworking Videos

© Jays Custom Creations LLC These videos are for entertainment purposes only. Mailing Address: PO Box 2268 Starkville, MS 39760

Channel jedrek29t


Welcome to the artistic themed channel. The main theme is resin. Every Friday a new and unique film with a description of how to create an interesting piece of art step by step. / Witam na kanale o tematyce artystycznej. Tematem przewodnim jest żywica. W każdy piątek nowy i niepowtarzalny film z opisem jak krok po kroku stworzyć ciekawe dzieło sztuki.

Channel jimmydiresta


I make stuff for a living, what you see me do here is my Job. I have been using tools for over 40 years. I have developed my comfort level with tools through years of experience. DON'T DO THE DANGEROUS THINGS I DO. Thank You for watching and subscribing! Exclusive content created by me can also be found here : Make & Core77 & Rockler Agent: contact Mark at Abraham's Artist 1-4-3

Channel John Heisz - I Build It

John Heisz - I Build It

Videos on woodworking and workshop related projects. Check out my website for hundreds of cool projects: Me and my shop are in Ontario, Canada. I'm a carpenter by trade and have worked in commercial construction since 1985. Concerning my videos: I can't and won't cover (or follow) every safety rule when doing a project, and it's not my responsibility to train the people that watch my videos. It is up to them to learn, understand and follow the safety rules concerning the tools they choose to work with. My videos are not comprehensive tutorials - they are a look at how I did the project and should be viewed as entertainment or a source of inspiration.

Channel Jon Peters

Jon Peters

I make things... teach how to make things and make videos about other people that make things. Art, woodworking, and home improvement projects. Whether you're a beginning artist, a practical do-it-yourselfer, or a professional craftsman, my videos will provide a how-to guide to great projects. I will show you the tools, plans, and tips to bring art and design to your home. You can email me at. Enjoy and get inspired! - Jon Peters _________ Advertising, partnership inquiries, or commissioned projects, please email Peder Hagberg email:

Channel Make Something

Make Something

Believe it or not, I wasn’t born with sawdust in my blood. Over the years, I’ve pursued a wide range of passions — music, photography, video, web development, graphic design and now woodworking. While that might seem like a crazy path, I’ve come to realize they’re more similar than you think. They’re all creative pursuits, and when you’re done, you’ve made something that wasn’t there before. That’s kind of amazing, and it’s something I think everyone should have the opportunity to experience.

Channel Marius Hornberger

Marius Hornberger

Videos about woodworking, homemade machines, wood-turning, making jigs and more stuff from me out of my small basement workshop. I try to post one video a week, or at least one every two weeks...but I don't really care about a fixed upload schedule, because I produce my videos with a lot of editing. And I spend as much time as it takes until I think the video is finished. So yeah, I upload when I upload. You probably will see more videos about making tools for woodworking than actually woodworking projects...that's kind of my interest. About me: I'm just a 23-year-old German guy and studying engineering at the moment. If you want to see project updates in between the videos, you can follow me on Instgram: if you want to contact me: -via private YouTube message -via Google Hangouts -via Email: If you want to support me, here's a good way:

Channel Matthew Cremona

Matthew Cremona

Hey everyone! My name is Matt and I love woodworking. I build fine furniture using my own blend of hand and power tools and I start with cutting down a tree. My designs have a clean straight line look but I also really enjoy building period pieces. My videos aim to motivate others to challenge themselves and try something new.

Channel Matthias Wandel

Matthias Wandel

Videos about woodworking, taking more of an engineering perspective on things. This channels started out as short videos to go with the articles on my website ( However, The videos views have since exceeded page views on my website. But most videos still have a corresponding article on my website - see links in video descriptions. My website: My odds and ends YouTube channel: You can also follow me on instagram: I also sometimes still post to facebook: Please do NOT contact me about YouTube MCNs, mobile games, review for free product, or affiliate programs. I am NOT interested.

Channel Steve Ramsey - Woodworking for Mere Mortals

Steve Ramsey - Woodworking for Mere Mortals

Woodworking for Mere Mortals is dedicated to the Weekend Woodworker who doesn't have an enormous shop space and a ton of expensive tools. Learn how you can set up a woodworking shop for under $1000. Download my free guide at ---------- WWMM 448 Ignacio Blvd. #237 Novato CA 94949 ---------- Disclaimer: These videos are intended for entertainment and inspiration. Woodworking can be dangerous. Always seek professional advice and training before using any power tools. If you have any uncertainty before performing any woodworking procedure, stop and learn a safer method. Do not attempt anything simply because you saw it in one of my videos. TL;DR: be smart, use common sense, and respect your power tools. © ZRAM Media, LLC

Channel Stumpy Nubs

Stumpy Nubs

Stumpy Nubs Woodworking Journal is a twice-monthly multimedia e-magazine full of truly unique projects, tips, tricks, news and entertainment for every type of woodworker. It's really unlike anything you've ever seen, and the best part is, subscriptions are free at!

Channel The Pohl Barn Productions

The Pohl Barn Productions

Just thought I'd try out some of the Very Cool things I've seen created by some very Talented Makers. Some things I'll not do so good at, after all I am new to woodturning but it gets me out of the house, My video skills are lacking to say the least, I'm working on it " I'm also learning that " I am a finish carpenter and a welder, I was thinking my channel would be more of what we happen to be doing in the Pohl Barn and not just sticking to one thing, I do have a facebook page where you can check out some of the things I've done.... I hope you enjoy some of them and continue watching and growing with me. I've found pen turning to be very gratifying almost to pen junkie state. lol it doesn't take long to have a beautiful finished project in your hands.

Channel The Wood Whisperer

The Wood Whisperer

Education and entertainment for the modern woodworker! Have a question? Use for a quicker response

Channel Woodworking Tools

Woodworking Tools

Type of videos I make on Channel: - Woodworking Technology - Woodworking Tools - Woodworking Machine - Woodworking - Woodturning - Furniture And Home Decor

Channel WoodWorkWeb


Welcome to Woodworkweb TV, the interactive resource for all woodworkers. This channel provides woodworking tips, tool reviews and step by step videos for making your own woodworking projects, jigs, and woodworking hacks. Visit for more Detail, Plans and Search for for more information.. **** Please Read This **** If you are contacting me for advertising opportunities, please read "Advertise With Us" on and include those words in your EMAIL TITLE if you wish to have it read.

Channel mtmwood


Hello! My name is Andrei. I live in Russia and run my small business. Woodworking is my passion. I am the only woodworker in the shop. It is my full time job. I make only end grain cutting boards. I've been making end grain cutting boards for years. Sometimes I make end grain chessboards, end grain jewelry boxes, etc. I like to work with end grain surfaces. Also I prepare woodworking plans. I made a lot of mistakes making end grain cutting boards. I don't want you to repeat these mistakes. So I show the correct techniques and ways of making end grain cutting boards. Hope my channel is useful.

Channel R Humphrey

R Humphrey

My videos are offered as entertainment and are in no way meant to be instructional. Always read and understand your manufacturers guidelines and safety instructions. The methods I use may not be safest so remember, YOU are be responsible for your own safety. You'll find Wood turning, wood carving, wood burning (pyrography,) and other woodworking projects on this channel, all from my wood shop. I am 100% self taught, I'm having fun making and learning as I go. See something you like? Leave a comment! See something you don't like? Negative feedback is welcome as well...but please don't be a troll...or if you must, at least be a funny troll! I do my best to reply. Please help my channel grow! Subscribe and Share! If you want to send me something, because getting unexpected mail is address is: R Humphrey PO Box 159 Chesterfield, IN 46017 Semper Fidelis

Channel WoodworkersJournal


NEW WOODWORKING VIDEOS EVERY TUESDAY! We publish new woodworking tips and project videos every week. Woodworker's Journal is America's leading woodworking authority. We love teaching woodworkers the best tips and tool techniques. We want to help you successfully build your projects. Plus, we share the latest tool reviews and updates from the woodworking industry.

Channel Chris Salomone

Chris Salomone

I love designing things..and I tolerate building them. I'm not the greatest designer, woodworker, film maker, speaker, or anything else. But I think the things I make are pretty decent...and I enjoy them. I hope you'll enjoy them too. At the very least I hope to entertain you, and at the very most I hope to inspire you. Thank you for reading...and happy building!

Channel izzy swan

izzy swan

Here you will find everything from money saving tips, woodworking projects, jigs and completely wild contraptions. I have been building and designing since I was old enough to swing a hammer. With a mind for out of the box thinking and an unusual mix of artfull design and engineering interest, you never know whats going to happen next. with new videos every week Come Hangout! It's a fun Ride!

Channel Jonny Builds

Jonny Builds

Welcome to Jonny Builds where I make furniture and crafts with wood, metal, and anything else I find useful. I built my first bed a year ago, and that fueled a passion to build much more. My projects are wide ranging in design style from Modern, to Rustic, to Industrial, and anything else that I think looks interesting and unique. Email for business inquiries:

Channel Nick Ferry

Nick Ferry

Making things is what I like to do. I am going to put build videos on Fridays showing how to make a variety of things. Wednesdays I do my vlog or "talkie talkie" going over previous builds and talking about general shop stuff. If you are a builder, maker or DIYer this channel is for you. Keep up to date by subscribing so you don't miss a thing. Thanks for stopping by and I'll see you soon! -Nick Mailing Address: 2221 S Webster Ave #119 Green Bay, WI 54301 Disclaimer: All of my materials/media are for entertainment purposes only. These are not instruction on how to safely operate power tools. Power tools have a risk to personal injury as do many other things in life. Have fun & don't hurt yourself. © Nick Ferry LLC

Channel Paoson WoodWorking

Paoson WoodWorking

In this channel you will find all sorts of stuff related to woodworking, computer science, electronics, musical instruments... On my website you will find more information. About the videos: My videos are not tutorials, they are only meant to be viewed as entertainment or as a source of inspiration. Woodworking is dangerous... always seek professional advice and training before using any power tools.

Channel Paul Sellers

Paul Sellers

Paul Sellers teaches woodworking online, in classes and in books. On his YouTube channel, you will find woodworking videos and instruction. Paul Sellers' channel is where he shares his woodworking experience. The woodworking videos what you can do with wood and help you to achieve better results.

Channel Peter Brown

Peter Brown

Just a geek with a full set of power tools! I do woodworking, woodturning or whatever piques my interest at the time. My hope is to have one part woodworking and one part crazy. I 'll try my best to make something interesting. This is just for fun, please don't do what I do in the shop. All of the content shown is for the sole purpose of entertainment and is not intended for educational purposes in any format. Anyone choosing of their own free will to reenact or recreate any of this content assumes all personal liability and or responsibility by doing so. Woodworking especially with power tools is very dangerous and can cause serious bodily harm, therefore proper education and training is advised. Mailing Address: Peter Brown P.O. Box 2870 Santa Rosa, Ca 95405

Channel Popular Woodworking

Popular Woodworking

Welcome. We are a community of woodworkers passionate about making projects for the home and shop. Whether you are new to wooodworking or you are advancing to more developed woodworking techniques, our editors are here for you!

Channel The Samurai Carpenter

The Samurai Carpenter

Showing the world that there are still passionate craftsmen around who love what they do and find joy in enriching peoples lives with relationship and art. My videos are for inspiration purposes only and I do not consider myself an expert. Using power tools can be dangerous so be safe and work at your own risk. Check Out The Samurai Woodworking School:

Channel ThisWoodwork


Woodworking and woodturning project and how to videos! Hi, my name's Alex Harris. Here at my channel I post how-to videos of all kinds of woodworking and woodturning projects, demonstrating that just about anyone can get involved in the hobby. Interested in making things yourself? You can learn more about woodwork, or just have fun watching me make something right here! Be sure to Subscribe to ThisWoodwork to be notified whenever great new woodworking and woodturning videos go up!


Wood and wood products have been accompanying our population since the moment of its settlement in these territories. Since the territories inhabited by Slavic tribes were predominantly wooded, then, accordingly, we can say that wood processing is a professional occupation of our ancestors.

From the first days of their existence in these territories, the Slavs began to use wood as the main material for the construction of their homes. They erected not only simple houses, but entire palaces made of wood for their nobility. It should be noted here that all this activity was carried out only with the use of axes and other small tools. At that time, there were no nails or metal staples. Thus, even then, our ancestors processed wood without additional fasteners.

However, the most important aspect in the construction of houses and palaces was, of course, their decoration, for which wood was also used exclusively. The craftsmen of those times reached such a level of perfection that they could cut wood exclusively with an ax, as well as with a knife. The results of their activities were simply unique. With these simple tools, they created such wood ornaments that they aroused undisguised admiration among high-ranking guests from other territories. However, all these works have not survived to our time due to the decay of the timber, as well as the constant raids of nomadic tribes who burned the main cities of the Slavs to the ground.

Woodworking was the main craft of our ancestors for many centuries and has remained so to this day. And this is easy to be convinced of. For example, if you are driving through the villages of Russia or Belarus, you will see that those houses that are made of wood are all decorated with carvings, special wooden art plates. The shutters are also carved, as are the elements of the gate and the fence.

There are two directions in wood processing: the creation of wood products and wood carving. Our resource will tell you in detail about this. Our craftsmen lead their channels in which they share their experience, as well as crafts. Sometimes, when you get to know their work better, it is very difficult to believe that it was made by one person and exclusively from wood.

Wood carving is a separate direction that requires artistic skills. Here it is necessary to understand very well the type of wood and its characteristics. This work is very responsible and painstaking, as it does not accept haste, because an incorrectly cut piece cannot be attached back.

If you want to get acquainted with the work of professional wood artists, then you just need to visit our service