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September 1, 2014

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Woodworking How to Videos

These YouTube woodworking how to videos are created to share experience. These videos are specifically intended for anyone who desires to learn and enjoy the craft of woodworking. Some woodworkers and carpenters may find the woodworking projects  to be simple, fun, and exciting. Other woodworkers and hobbyists may find an online project that is a challenge.  Either way, my hope is that when you watch video clips, you will think, ask great questions, and learn.

These YouTube videos provide great woodworking information that contains both traditional and modern methods. Each instructional video contains woodworking how to techniques to improve a woodworkers’ skills and also methods for how to work safe in the shop. If you want entertainment, then watch the video once. If you want learn, watch the again. If you want to master techniques and improve your woodworking skills, watch and study the videos repeatedly.

Viewers can find woodworking articles for the YouTube videos within the blog. Consider reading these articles to increase your woodworking education. Many of your questions will be answered.

These how to videos and articles of information are dedicated to my woodworking instructor who trained me during my apprenticeship. This body of work is also in honor of the journeyman who were generous in sharing their woodworking knowledge and skills with me throughout my long career. All of you have helped me to make a wonderful living  in a great craft. My hat is off to all of you.

Comments

  1. Randy…
    Thanks for the suggestion. At this point my plan is to focus on keeping things as they are. Many people have stated that they appreciate the current format. The videos are not necessarily intended for everyone, however they are for people that have a curiosity and a desire to learn woodworking. These are the people that will watch and raise questions and then ask the questions.

    By simply having good content and silence people can think for themselves and follow the steps involved.. Also, if you notice I write a description of the process for each posting so that woodworkers can better understand. So, one may wish to just watch videos or if one chooses they can watch the video and also read about the process as well.
    Keep in mind that if I narrate each video it will be in English. Many of my viewers do not speak English. With silence there is no language barrier.
    Good luck with your woodworking!
    Bob

  2. David Linebaugh says:

    Hi Bob, came across your videos recently and I have to say of all the ones I have watched, yours are the most enjoyable and useful to me as a beginner. Silence is truly golden. Thank You

  3. David,

    Thanks for the acknowledgement. My goal is for viewers like yourself to be able to focus 100% on the video’s content, woodworking. Most woodworking apprentices will ask the journeyman to show them how it is done. At the same time, many beginning woodworkers do not know what questions to ask. By showing you on the video, you are able to think for yourself and to also formulate important questions to ask. With that said, the more you watch each video, the more you will learn about woodworking skills and techniques. (some things in the videos are subtle that you may not pick up on the first viewing.)

    I have published articles for each video that I have uploaded. These articles will help to answer some of the questions that will arise. Of course, if you have any further questions or comments, you are always welcome to send them to me.
    Enjoy the craft!
    Bob

  4. This is a great site, and I applaud you. I am learning new skills thanks to you.
    Best
    Les

  5. Les,

    Skills are the most important thing in woodworking. Keep learning.

    Thank you for your interest. Let me know if you have any questions along the way.
    Bob

  6. David,

    Thank you! Let’s develop a solid foundation to move towards the next level. Enjoy each step of the process & stay hungry to learn more. Focus on improving woodworking skills and the rest will fall into place.

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