John's kitchen is finally taking shape- and starting to look like a kitchen again! Check out the rest of John's "Renovating My Kitchen Series."
Anne Briggs, a.k.a. Anne of All Trades, shares this video showcasing an easy, fun workshop project for kids–carving a whistle!
The most common question asked when thinking about Mother's Day gifts is typically, "What am I going to get mom for Mother's Day." Or, if you're the kind of mom who loves dropping those subtle gift hints, here's some great DIY gift ideas from Woodcraft that will be sure to help in making something for Mom!
“My path to finding woodworking has been very zigzag and like most things in my life, I kind of just started doing it on a whim,” Hanneke Lourens, a 2020 graduate of The Krenov School, explained. “I was born and raised in South Africa, but have enjoyed living and working in other places most of my adult life. Along the way it became clear that I’m happiest when making. I have been lucky enough to explore this passion at The Krenov School.” Read more about Hanneke’s journey in this Woodworking Adventures blog.
One woodworking class at his local Woodcraft store was all it took to get Brad Rodriguez hooked on building things. That was nearly 20 years ago. Today, he is a respected content creator, maker and woodworker with a huge online following, recently racing past one million subscribers on his YouTube channel Fix This Build That. Read more about Brad’s journey in this Woodworking Adventures blog.
Hannah is interested in joinery and is always on the lookout for unusual joints.
So far the founder of 3x3 Custom has created four videos to share joints that
pique her interest, including one she named the “Mystery Joint.” Read more here...
The founding of New York Heartwoods in 2011 was the culmination of Megan Offner’s inherited maker/woodworking talents and a youth spent embracing the outdoors, but she had no idea what was ahead while growing up in Missoula, Montana. Read more about Megan’s journey here.
A woman who began woodworking in retirement won a $1,000 gift card in a giveaway sponsored by Woodcraft and “Today’s Homeowner.”