Links to woodworking YouTube channels and websites
YouTube channelsSo much of online is YouTube these days. Here's some of my favourite woodworking channels.
Not a complete list, some popular channels omitted intentionally if I don't find them interesting.
My more favourite channels are nearer to the top of the list, but all the channels on this list are ones where I watch every video they post.
John Heisz (website) Builds machines. More technical approach.
Marius Hornberger A young German guy (in english). Builds his own machines.
The geek pub (website) Woodworking and electronics Matthias Burger German guy, in english. Lots of old machines and big timber!
Cosmas Bauer Builds various homemade machines, fairly technical. A German guy, but in English.
Izzy Swan A lot of mechanical projects. Cool, but not necessarily useful.
Jimmy Diresta (instagram) Innovative projects in all kinds of media. Lots of impractical knives.
Peter Brown Shop time - a geek with a full set of power tools
Jay Bates (website) Lots of quick projects.
Words N wood (website) Art's woodworking scrapbook
Bob Clagett (website) Woodworking and high tech related projects.
Simon Heslop Builds machines, well engineered.
Mirok's workshop A russian. Projects quite mechanical.
Scott Rumschlag (website) Expanding round table and other mechanical wooden projects
Wintergatan (website) A musician who built a totally amazing musical marble machine
Steve Ramsey (website) Mostly easy projects anyone can build. Very popular.
Alain Vaillancourt Big and heavy things made from hardwoods.
April Wilkerson (website) DIY projects, many of them decorative
Steve Carmichael (website) Original, quick and easy projects
Homestead craftsman Builds a lot of farm tables, and house renovations
Jer's woodshop Videos about shop improvements.
Matt Cremona (instagram) Fine woodworking, and about milling lumber
Bellevue workshop Lots of interesting tool builds
Chop with Chris Projects from logs, with no power tools, but lots of axes.
Tim Sway (website) Woodowrking with mostly reclaimed material, and other DIY.
krtwood (facebook) Makes a living selling stuff on Etsy
Mike and Lauren (website) Woodworking, and personal finance
The samurai carpenter big show, does custom work for homes
Jord's woodshop An Australian, doing custom woodwork
Laura Kampf A german artist/maker.
Darbin Orvar Girl in a Shop adventures in woodworking
Dominic's Woodworks Simpler projects, with a bit of fun neuroticism added in
Cy's Corner Mostly crafty decorative projects. Very enthusiastic.
David Picciuto (website) Nicely done projects. I like the weekly wrap-ups - good way to find more content.
Ron Paulk A homebuilding contractor, making videos
Nick Ferry Woodworking. Likes to use pocket holes.
This Woodwork Various smaller projects
Homemade modern (website) Projects for hipsters, using wood and concrete
Jon Peters Art & Home Various woodworking projects
Slowvannah Farm Woodworking, and around the home
Adventures in DIY DIY projects, mostly woodworking
Wayne Mclellan A cabinet maker, poor video production but some original ideas.
Canadian woodworks Makes hardwood furniture for a living (not so much about YouTube
Shop built Garage woodworks Jack Houweling Woodworkweb Stumpy nubs workshop
Ronald Walters Savvas Pasavva Paoson Woodworking Get hands dirty Paul Jenkins Toolify
More favourite builders of stuff, not really woodworking
Colin Furze A crazy builder of crazy contraptions (all metal though). Fun to watch!
Switch and Lever Interesting mechanical projects, mostly from metal.
Applied Science Ben Krasnov doing all kinds of advanced science experiments in his shop
ElectroBOOM Electronics experiments. Lots of sparks and mishaps. Very funny!
Post apocalyptic inventor Science, engineering, and electronics.
Jörg Sprave About slingshots. Jörg often builts crazy slinkshot contraptions.
Clickspring (website) home machining and clock making
Paul Elkins Human powered transport, small boats, mobile shelters
Cody's lab Chemistry experiments, mining, refining precious metals
WayOutWest Blowinblog Country living and tinkering
The 8-bit Guy Old computers, Retro computing
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