Get all my beginner woodworking tips, tutorials, and project ideas in one place – from what tools you need to easy projects to get started!
Are you a beginner woodworker?
You might just be starting out.
You might have a taste of it by building your first projects but are looking for more information, helpful tips, and tricks to better understand and build projects.
You are in the right place!
At first, woodworking can seem like a really overwhelming hobby.
You go online and watch people teaching you with workshop walls lined with tools and all kinds of jigs and gadgets building fancy and perfect projects that look like they came from someone with 100 years of experience.
Plus all those high speed saws and drills with sharp blades and bits… can seem really intimidating.
But I am here to tell you – if I can do it, you can too!
I am here to guide you step by step with all the tools, ideas and inspiration.
Let’s get started!
Nope, you don’t need to go out and buy one of each tools you see in the store!
You will be surprised how many projects you can make with simple basic power tools!
I only had those for the first 5 years and I built SO many things!
Take a look at the list of essential supplies in my workshop I stock up on.
You don’t need them all to get started but there are definitely a few that you will need!
Curious about what I have in my workshop. Take a look!
More tool tutorials, tips and information below.
Project ideas to get you started
Looking for the perfect project to start off can be a bit of a daunting task. Pick something that you need and just get started! Don’t overthink!
These simple beginner woodworking projects are the perfect starting point for anyone!
Looking for more project ideas?
All the plans I have ever created are in there.
Below are detailed tutorials to help you learn to use the tools correctly to get the best results.
I am working on adding more tutorials so keep an eye out for it.
Simple tips and tricks to help you make projects better and more efficiently.
The final finish on a project is just as important as the project itself.