Woodworking Tips for the Everyman

You Like to Know

You Like to Know

Before you start any woodworking project, you need to pick out which wood you will be working with. Different types of wood will feel different under a blade or paint, and some work better for different projects. Find out the specifics here on our site!

Totally Tools

Totally Tools

When you think woodworking, what is the first thing you think of? For me, it’s all the tools carpenters use! From the simplicity of hammers and nails to the complexity and danger of saws, the tools are right up there with the actual wood in importance. You can’t do anything without them.

Let's Get Started!

Let’s Get Started!

Sorry to break it to you, but you are not going to be able to start out by making a bed or cedar chest right away. Those will take a lot of time and practice. But you can build things like birdhouses, tables, or benches.

Jack-of-All-Trades

Jack-of-All-Trades

Learning some of the tips and tricks of woodworking will turn you into a jack-of-all-trades. Not only will it add fun and beauty to your life, but it could also save you on money in repairs. You can even sell the things you make. Woodworking is a fun and productive hobby for everyone!

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