The days when wood shop was a component of everyone’s high school education are gone—but that doesn’t mean woodworking has disappeared. Far from it—it’s just moved to YouTube. Whether you’re a just-the-basics beginner or an experienced craftsperson, one (or more) of these YouTubers will no doubt appeal. woodworking tips and woodworking tools diy woodworking
Steve Ramsey’s Woodworking for Mere Mortals
Lots of cottage-friendly projects and step-by-step instruction, plus a fun and engaging host—there’s a reason Steve Ramsey shows up on everyone’s list of top woodworking YouTube channels. woodworking tips and woodworking tools diy woodworking
John Heisz’s I Build It
If you’ve don’t have quite the right tool for your job, never fear—John Heisz, an Ontario woodworker, can show you how to make your own, including a router table, hand screw clamp or woodworking vise. woodworking tips and woodworking tools diy woodworking
Totally beginner-friendly, WoodWork Web features both projects and technique videos. Make a Lazy Susan for your cottage picnic table, or learn the finer points of using an electric hand plane—they’re all there.