Links to woodworking YouTube channels and websites
Here's some of my favourite woodworking channels.
Not a complete list, but includes all the ones that I follow. I try to keep this list
sorted to put the channels whose videos I enjoy the most nearest the top, regardless
of popularity or how often or rarely they post.
German guy, in english. Lots of old machines and big timber!
Builds machines, well engineered.
John Heisz (website)
Builds machines. More technical approach.
A young German guy (in english). Builds his own machines.
Lots of interesting tool builds
(website) A musician who built a totally amazing musical marble machine
Frank Howarth (Instagram)
Very elaborate and beautifully crafted projects, nicely filmed
The geek pub (website)
Woodworking and electronics
Jimmy Diresta (Instagram)
Innovative projects in all kinds of media. Lots of impractical knives.
Builds various homemade machines, fairly technical. A German guy, but in English.
(Instagram) Videos about shop improvements.
(facebook) Makes a living selling stuff on Etsy
A Ukranian. Projects quite mechanical and ingenious.
(Instagram) A german artist/maker.
(website)Expanding round table and other mechanical wooden projects
(website) DIY projects, many of them decorative
Mike and Lauren
(website) Woodworking, and personal finance
Shop time - a geek with a full set of power tools
Words N wood
(website) Art's woodworking scrapbook
(website) Woodworking and high tech related projects.
Science-y Woodworking and electronics
(Instagram) Fine woodworking, and about milling lumber
A lot of mechanical projects. Cool, but not necessarily useful.
Builds a lot of farm tables, and house renovations
(website) Lots of quick projects.
(Instagram) Woodworking, and around the home
(website) Mostly easy projects anyone can build.
Big and heavy things made from hardwoods.
(website) Original, quick and easy projects
Chop with Chris
(Instagram) Projects from logs, with no power tools, but lots of axes.
A chinese student, building woodworking jigs and machines.
(website) Homemade workshop and tools
Get hands dirty
Another female woodworker, woodworks in her apartment.
Tim Sway (website)
Woodowrking with mostly reclaimed material, and other DIY.
(website) Projects for hipsters, using wood and concrete
Girl in a Shop adventures in woodworking
The samurai carpenter
big shop, lots of work on his home
An Australian, doing custom woodwork
Mostly crafty decorative projects. Very enthusiastic.
David Picciuto (website)
Nicely done projects. I like the weekly wrap-ups - good way to find more content.
Woodworking. Likes to use pocket holes.
Makes hardwood furniture for a living (not so much about YouTube
Jon Peters Art & Home
Various woodworking projects
Four eyes woodworking
Very original furniture designs
Cheap tools, artistic woodworking
(Instagram) Workshop projects
A homebuilding contractor, making videos
Adventures in DIY
DIY projects, mostly woodworking
Finely made mechanical projects and mechanisms out of wood
A cabinet maker, poor video production but some original ideas.
Stumpy nubs workshop
More favourite builders of stuff, not really woodworking
A crazy builder of crazy contraptions (all metal though). Fun to watch!
This old tony
Machining and metalworking. Very thorough approach.
Metal projects, lots of welding, fixing and modifying farm machinery
Switch and Lever
Interesting mechanical projects, mostly from metal.
Ben Krasnov doing all kinds of advanced science experiments in his shop
Electronics experiments. Lots of sparks and mishaps. Very funny!
About slingshots. Jörg often builts crazy slinkshot contraptions.
home machining and clock making
Human powered transport, small boats, mobile shelters
Chemistry experiments, mining, refining precious metals
Country living and tinkering
The 8-bit Guy
Old computers, Retro computing
A guy living in Panama, lots of boats and domes hacked together from fiberglass
Reviewing lots of little single board computers, similar to Arduinos and Raspberry Pis
Lots of interesting mechanical contraptions
Post apocalyptic inventor
Science, engineering, and electronics.
Make it extrem
Lots of mechanical hacks and machines, from metal.
The hacksmith Lots of trying
to make superhero stuff real (a Colin Furze wannabe)
Civil engineering, and science projects
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