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Video WorkshopsBuild a Roubo WorkbenchBuilding Picture Frames FREEBuild a Monster Workbench*Available as a DVD now tooTwo Ways to Make a BoxBuild a Classic Cherry BookcaseBuild a Small Tool Cabinet*Available as a DVD now tooOne Bookcase, Two Looks*Available as a DVD now tooBuild a Dining TableBuild a Mission-Style Bed*Available as a DVD now tooSmall Cabinet ProjectMario Rodriguez Wall Cabinet Video FREEBuild an Entertainment CenterBow-Arm Morris ChairBuild a Garden BenchMake a Cabriole LegCraft a Sheraton-Style LegCarve a Flame FinialBuild an Walnut Entertainment CenterBuild a Small Step StoolBuild a Multidrawer Wall Cabinet
Getting Started SeriesGetting Started in Woodworking: Season One FREEGetting Started in Woodworking: Season Two FREE
Assembly & Glue-Up Perfect Panel Glue-Ups No-Stress Glue-UpAvoiding Glue Squeeze-Out
Bandsaws and TablesawsBandsaw Questions: Best BladeBandsaw Questions: Worn TiresBandsaw Questions: HorsepowerBandsaw Questions: Thrust BearingsBandsaw Questions: Blade AlignmentBandsaw Questions: Cutting StraightBandsaw Questions: Curing DriftBandsaw Questions: Align WheelsBandsaw Questions: Blade BindingCut Aluminum on the Bandsaw FREEHow to Uncoil a Bandsaw BladeFolding a Bandsaw BladeEvaluating a 14-in. Bandsaw FREEBandsaw Table-Tilt FixSet the Tension on Your BandsawSet Up Your Bandsaw for ResawingUsing a Portable Bandsaw MillWhat to Look For When You Buy a BandsawMastering Tablesaw BasicsExpert Lesson: Tablesaw SafetyTune Up Your TablesawAssembling a New Tablesaw FREEA Basic Dado and Rabbet on the TablesawRabbeting Fence for the TablesawShopmade Tablesaw Throat Plate FREETablesawn Keys for Mitered Boxes FREEDeWalt Sliding Tablesaw Accesory FREESquaring A Crosscut Tablesaw SledAsymmetrical Coves on the TablesawReturning Your Crosscut Sled to Pristine ConditionUsing a Circle CutterBandsaw-Tension Handle ExtensionCutting With a Scroll SawSet Up a Miter Saw to Cut Crown Molding FREEMakita Shrinks the Miter SawTune Up Your Crosscut SledTuning Up a Circular SawCircular-Saw Cutting BenchStraight Cuts with a Circular SawA Woodworker’s Circular Saw FREESawStop is Safety Centric FREEHow to Handle Large Sheets on the TablesawAn Easy Way to Check Tablesaw AlignmentRabbeting Fence for the Tablesaw
Dovetails Introduction to DovetailsThrough Dovetails: Laying out and Cutting the TailsThrough Dovetails: Laying Out and Cutting the PinsPrecise Dovetails: Tips for Laying Out TailsPrecise Dovetails: Laying Out and Cutting PinsPrecise Dovetails: Assembly and Glue-UpEasy Dovetail LayoutRouter-Cut SlidingDovetail FREEThe Five-Minute Dovetail FREEThe New SawStop Contractor Saw in Action FREEWatch the Dovetail Doctor in Action FREECutting Dovetail Keys on a Router Table
Finishing A True Oil FinishFinishing a Raised PanelUse Pullover for a Hand-Rubbed Lacquer FinishApplying an Aerosol Finish FREEA Two-Step Finish for Wood Turnings FREEPreparing to Veneer MDFVeneering MDFFilling Flaws in WoodTurn a Green Wood Bowl: Finishing a BowlA Durable Wipe-On Top CoatIntroduction to Spray Finishing FREEMixing and Applying Wax FREEColoring Wood Like a Pro FREETwo Techniques for Applying Glaze FREEFinishing WalnutRefinishing Furniture: Step One–Stripping the Old FinishRefinishing Furniture: Step Two–Surface PreparationRefinishing Furniture: Step Three–Sealing and Coloring with Shellac FREERefinishing Furniture: Step Four–Simple Techniques to Apply Varnish FREERefinishing Furniture: Step Five–Rub Out a FinishTips on Making a Shellac PadQuick Lesson: Varnish Variations FREESpraying Three-Dimensional Objects FREEEbonizing White OakA Sunburst Finish in Figured Maple FREEHow to Create a Sunburst Finish FREEA Fast-Drying Wiping Varnish FREEHow to Pop the Curl in Cherry FREEA Clear Finish for Maple FREEFoolproof Brushing Techniques FREETuning and Using a Veneer Saw FREEHigh Gloss in Minutes FREE
Furniture Construction:Build a Built-In FREEBuilt-in Cabinet Video Tips FREEExploring the Design Process18th-Century Pennsylvania SecretaryDetails of a Pennsylvania Tall Case ClockSecrets of the Desk GalleryAttach Tabletops with Beveled CleatsColonial Williamsburg Furniture CollectionSlant-Top DeskDetails of a Chinese Carved Chair FREEFolding Game TableDetails of a Pencil-Post Bed FREEExcerpt: Make a Chair From a Tree FREEA Society Dedicated to FurnitureTouring the Grovewood GalleryBuilding a House of FurnitureModern-Day LuthierDetails of a Solid Ivory Desk FREEDetails of a Queen Anne Side Chair FREEQuick and Sturdy DoorDress Up a Frame-and-Panel DoorDetails of a Huntboard FREEMaking an Ogee Bracket Foot: Part 1Making an Ogee Bracket Foot: Part 2Making an Ogee Bracket Foot: Part 3Furniture From Reclaimed Lumber FREESpindle-Sander Basics FREEDetails of a Country Hutch FREEMaking an Arts and Crafts Chair FREEIntroduction to DovetailsLaying Out and Cutting the TailsLaying Out and Cutting the PinsBuild a Multidrawer Cabinet: Final Glue-UpBuild a Multidrawer Cabinet: Applying the FinishMake an End Grain Cutting Board FREEAssembling an Adirondack Chair FREEAdirondack-Style Furniture FREEDesigning a Frame and Panel FREEMake a Round TabletopSmooth a Round Edge with a SpokeshaveAttach a Tabletop With ScrewsLevel Uneven Tablelegs FREEInstalling Drawer SlidesBuild a Bandsawn Box FREEHow to Make a Violin FREEA Lesson in Grain DirectionGrain DirectionOn The Road: Milwaukee Fine Furnishings FREECreating a Staved Vessel: Assembly and Glue Up FREECreating a Staved Vessel: The Stages of Turning FREEHow to Upholster a Prairie Settle: 1 FREEHow to Upholster a Prairie Settle: 2 FREEHow to Upholster a Prairie Settle: 3 FREESeats of New York Furniture FREEHow to Install Butt HingesStory Stick for Accurate, Repeatable CutsBuild a Vise Spacer for Your WorkbenchDouble-sided Router FenceReaming Windsor Chair Mortises FREEHow to Drill Windsor Chair Mortises FREE
Handtools & More The Essential Chisel Set FREESharpness is in the Steel FREEA Case for Two Mortise Chisels FREEEvaluating Low-Cost Chisels FREEBench Chisels Can Do Mortises FREEUnderstanding Japanese Chisels FREESoup-Up a Flea Market Chisel FREEHow to Hone a Chisel FREEBench Chisel Techniques FREEAnatomy of a Wooden Plane FREEUsing Shoulder PlanesPlaning Frame-and-Panel DoorsWhat to Look For in a PlanerJointer/Planer Changeover FREETune Up a Shoulder Plane FREEThe Essential Handplanes FREEHow to Use a Router Plane FREEUsing Wooden Molding Planes FREEThe Proper Camber on a Handplane Blade FREEFlattening a Handplane Sole FREESetting a Handplane Blade FREEPlaning Difficult Grain FREEUsing a Scraper Plane FREESmoothing Wide Boards with a Handplane FREETune Up a New Plane FREESafer Cuts with a Riving KnifeSetting the Blade in a Wood Plane FREEJames Krenov on Handplanes FREETool Review Video: Marking Knives FREEHow to Crown a Plane IronKeyway Keys Guarantee Accuracy FREELathe Scraper Basics: Perfectly Flat Surfaces FREELathe Scraper Basics: Smooth Surface for a Bowl FREECutting with a Dovetail SawUsing a Japanese Pull Saw
Jigs Essential Router-Table Jigs: Featherboards FREEEssential Router-Table Jigs: Pattern-Routing FREEEssential Router-Table Jigs: Zero-Clearance Fence FREEEssential Router-Table Jigs: Miter-Angle Sled FREEEssential Router-Table Jigs: Veneer Trimmer FREEJointer Knife-Setting Jig FREEA Jig for Tuning Your TablesawVertical Drilling JigA Jig for Cutting Mating CurvesBasics of a Half-Blind Dovetail JigTop Picks in Dovetail Jigs FREEA Simple Tapering Jig FREEPicture-Frame Jig that Masters the Miter FREETwo Simple Router-Table JigsUsing a Shopmade Mortising JigTablesaw Tapering JigTwo Jigs for the Drill PressStrong Miter Joints with a Biscuit-Joiner Jig A Jig for Cutting Flutes and Reeds Tenoning Jig for the SophisticateMake a Wooden Benchdog FREETablesaw Box-Joint JigUsing the Self-Centering Mortise Jig FREERouter Table Box-Joint JigRouter Table Box-Joint Jig — Video in GermanShopmade Stop-Block System FREEA Super Sturdy Fence for Raising PanelsMake Your Own Tenoning JigSimple Circle-Cutting JigRouter Jig for Perfectly Aligned DadoesScrap Kit for Quick and Easy MeasurementsBuild a Shelf Pin Drilling JigBuild a Hinged Stop BlockBuild a Jig for Breadboard EndsBuild a Sharpening Stone Jigk
Joinery The Complete Mortise and Tenon JointJoint Strength Test FREETesting Biscuit Joiners for ParallelHow to Make a Floating TenonChop a Hinge MortiseTablesawn Keys for Mitered Boxes FREECutting a Wedged MortiseAccurate Biscuit JointsUsing the Leigh Frame Mortise and Tenon JigA Basic Dado and Rabbet on the TablesawSlot Mortise and Tenons on the BandsawFitting a Fat TenonChop a Mortise by Hand FREEPinning a Mortise and Tenon JointJoinery for Rustic Furniture FREEFestool Joinery System Takes on Mortises FREEDrawbored Mortise and Tenon FREECut a Half Lap Joint Bob Van Dyke Shop Tip: The Lock Rabbet JointResawing and Mitering with Doug Stowe FREECutting Dadoes with a RouterHow to Make a Bridle JointMake a Cope-and-Stick JointMortise and Tenon Joints for Cabinet DoorsAvoiding Glue Squeeze-OutHow to Drill Windsor Chair Mortises FREE
MaterialsThe Best Woods for CarvingFuming With Ammonia FREEFurniture Wax: What’s InsideTesting Wood Glues FREEFrom Log to Lumber FREETour a Boutique Lumbermill FREEHow To Dry Lumber FREEQuarter Sawing Lumber FREETips on Making a Shellac PadUsing the FastTrack Honing Guide with Diamond PasteUnderstanding Hide GlueEdible Wood Finishes FREEThe basics of flatsawn, riftsawn, and quartersawn wood FREEA Lesson in Grain DirectionGrain DirectionAndy Rae Shop Tip: Flattening Wide BoardsHorizon Sawmill Tour: Introduction FREEHorizon Sawmill Tour: Sawing Logs FREEHorizon Sawmill Tour: Kiln Drying FREEHorizon Sawmill Tour: Evergreen Initiative FREE
Power Tools & MachineryTool Review: 1-hp Mortising MachinesCombination-Machine ChangeoversJet Updates its 18-in. BandsawLie-Nielsen Expands Tool LineDelta Outfits Planer with Quick-Change KnivesPorter-Cable Router Gets a LiftBetter Crosscuts on the TablesawA Stronger Benchtop MortiserGrizzly Introduces a Cyclone for HobbyistsMakita Upgrades Its Cordless DrillA Cabinet Saw with LegsLeigh Upgrades its Dovetail JigPush Sticks for the JointerSpacers for a Workbench ViseImproving a Portable Chip CollectorFreud Improves its Bearing-Guided BitA Reliable Lathe DuplicatorAir-Powered ClampsThe Essential Carver’s Tool KitBosch Shrinks Drill, Adds JuiceRandom-Orbit ShowdownSpecial Tools for Crown MoldingListening To ToolsIWF 2006: Hoverpad Mobile Base FREEIWF 2006: Rikon 14-in. Bandsaw FREEIWF 2006: Delta Updates Its Drill Press FREEIWF 2006: Grizzly Goes Big With New Tablesaw FREEIWF 2006: New Clamps Add Convenience FREEIWF 2006: Laguna Bandsaw Fence Aimed At Resawing FREEIWF 2006: Freud Introduces New Combination Blade FREEIWF 2006: Porter-Cable Redesigns The OmniJig FREEIWF 2006: Accuride Drawer Slides Stop Softly FREEIWF 2006: Blum Adds Soft Close To Door Hinges FREEA Sunburst Finish for Bowls FREEAntique Tools are Modern Made FREEIntroduction to the Lathe ScraperLathes for Turning Big Bowls FREERadial-Arm Drill Presses FREEExpert Lesson: Drill BitsGet the Most from Your Planer FREEA Versatile Sanding StationAdjusting a JointerTesting 18-Volt Cordless Drills FREEQuick Tip: Squaring a Miter Gauge FREEBuild a Shelf Pin Drilling JigHow to Avoid Planer Snipe on Short Stock8-in. Jointers
Routers & MoreRouter Questions: How Many Do I Need?Router Questions: Essential BitsRouter Questions: Handling Difficult GrainRouter Questions: What’s A Climb Cut?Router Questions: Minimizing ChatterRouter Questions: Sharpening Dull BitsReplacing Router BrushesCutting Circles with a RouterA Simple Dado for ShelvesRouter-Table Tricks for Deep Cuts FREEStow-and-Go Router Table FREECut Through-Mortises with a Router FREECutting Dadoes with a RouterRouter Jig for Perfectly Aligned DadoesRouter Depth Stops DemystifiedCutting Dovetail Keys on a Router TableProtect Your Router Bits with a Custom T-Drawer
Sharpening SkillsSharpening a Dovetail Saw FREEA Tool Kit for Sharpening Handsaws FREESharpening a Plane Iron: Grinding the BevelSharpening a Plane Iron: Honing the EdgeSharpening: The Scary Sharp MethodSharpening: Curved Blade EdgesSharpening: Honing GuidesSharpening: Burnishing a Gooseneck ScraperSharpening: Hollow Grind or Flat Grind?Sharpening: Stropping BladesSharpening: Different Bevel AnglesSharpening: A2 vs. O1 SteelSharpen a Mortiser BitSharpen a Marking Gauge CutterHow to Sharpen Woodcarving Tools FREESharpening Basics FREESharpening Doctor: Introduction FREESharpening Doctor: Flatten the back FREESharpening Doctor: Grind the bevel FREESharpening Doctor: Conclusion FREE
Specialty SkillsWeaving a Danish Cord Seat – Step One FREEWeaving a Danish Cord Seat – Step Two FREEWeaving a Danish Cord Seat – Step Three FREEA Guide to Bent Laminations – Step OneA Guide to Bent Laminations – Step TwoA Guide to Bent Laminations – Step ThreeInlay Made Easy: Intro to EmbellishmentInlay Made Easy: Blank CuttingInlay Made Easy: Carving the Perfect CavityInlay Made Easy: Metal AccentsInlay a Square PegMake an Oval Fan InlayLetter Inlay Technique FREEEasy-To-Carve Diamond Beading FREEAnatomy of a Carved Shell FREELetter Carving Basics FREEFreestyle Relief CarvingA Carved Rosette For an Elegant TouchCutting on a Chevalet de MarqueterieWood Turning 101: Primer on Gouges FREESafe Speeds for TurningBowl Turning Tip: Positioning the GougeTurning Techniques: Shear Scraping, Shear Cutting, and CuttingTurning Tip: How to Tame TearoutHow to Turn Difficult GrainFinding a Niche with Turned LampshadesTurn a Green Wood Bowl: Cutting Blanks FREETurn a Green Wood Bowl: Shaping the ProfileTurn a Green Wood Bowl: Hollowing the InsideTurning Beads and CovesTurning Beads With a Skew Chisel FREETurn a Windsor Chair LegShaping Tapered Legs FREEJoining Veneer End to EndQuick and Dependable Veneer PatchEdging Plywood Made EasyTrim Plywood Edging FlushA Durable Low-Profile Edging For PlywoodFree-Form Steam-Bending FREEA Sunburst Finish in Figured Maple FREEHow to Create a Sunburst Finish FREELearn to Turn Barley-Twist Candlesticks FREEWoodturning with a Steady RestHow to Sharpen Woodcarving Tools FREEWoodturning Project: Make a Natural-Edge Bowl FREEWoodturning Workshop TV Excerpt FREEHow to Upholster a Prairie Settle: 1 FREEHow to Upholster a Prairie Settle: 2 FREEHow to Upholster a Prairie Settle: 3 FREEHow to Make a Scratch Stock FREEHow to Apply Stringing FREEBoulle Marquetry Basics: Part One FREEBoulle Marquetry Basics: Part Two FREEThe Perfect Tenon for a Scroll ChuckPrevent Green Wood from Warping and CrackingHot-Pipe Steam-Bending: Introduction FREEHot-Pipe Steam-Bending: Free Form Bending FREEHot-Pipe Steam-Bending: Furniture Parts FREEGrinding a Bowl Gouge FREETurn a Shaker Leg FREECarve a FinialCarve a Sheraton-Style LegIntroduction to Faceplate Turning FREE
TipsQuick Tip: Spring Clamp Holder FREEQuick Tip: Sanding Block for Corners FREEQuick Tip: Mesh Bag Vacuum Filter FREEQuick Tip: Router Table Backer Block FREEQuick Tip: Tape Minder FREEQuick Tip: Faster Setups on a Roller Stand FREEQuick Tip: Sharpen a Chisel Square FREEQuick Tip: An Easy Way to Make Square Holes FREEQuick Tip: Defogging Safety GlassesQuick Tip: A Jig for Marking CurvesQuick Tip: A Handy Way to Rip Thin Pieces FREEQuick Tip: A Grooved Clamping Block FREEQuick Tip: Jointing Without a JointerQuick Tip: Squaring a Miter Gauge FREEBob Van Dyke Shop Tip: Glue Squeeze Out FREEBob Van Dyke Shop Tip: Burnishing a Card ScraperBob Van Dyke Shop Tip: Using a Card ScraperBob Van Dyke Shop Tip: Filling Voids With Epoxy FREEBob Van Dyke Shop Tip: The Lock Rabbet JointQuick Tip: Choosing Bench DogsWorkshop Tip: Cutting Nylon RopeTips for Working With Live-Edge Lumber FREETips For Buying Lumber at the Lumberyard FREEAndy Rae Shop Tip: Flattening Wide Boards
Video ToursBehind the Scenes at Trading Spaces: Day 0 FREEBehind the Scenes at Trading Spaces: Day 1 FREEBehind the Scenes at Trading Spaces: Day 2 FREETouring the Colonial Williamsburg Shop FREETouring a Woodworker’s Kitchen FREEMuseum Highlights Woodwork from China FREETouring The Gamble House FREEWoodworking Home Tour FREEVideo Workshop Tour FREETour a Boutique Lumbermill FREEPhiladelphia Woodturning Shop TourHock Factory Tour FREEHorizon Sawmill Tour: Introduction FREEHorizon Sawmill Tour: Sawing Logs FREEHorizon Sawmill Tour: Kiln Drying FREEHorizon Sawmill Tour: Evergreen Initiative FREESeats of New York Furniture FREE
Woodworker ProfilesSam Maloof Celebrates 90 Years FREECarving Out His NicheThe Craftsmen Behind Greene and Greene Working with Mixed Media The Wood Butcher Papers: Episode 1 FREEThe Wood Butcher Papers: Episode 2 FREEThe Wood Butcher Papers: Episode 3 FREEThe Wood Butcher Papers: Episode 4 FREEThe Wood Butcher Papers: Episode 5 FREEThe Wood Butcher Papers: Episode 6 FREEhe Wood Butcher Papers: Episode 7 FREECollege of the Redwoods Anniversary FREEJames Krenov on Handplanes FREE
WorkshopNew-Fangled Workbench, Revisited FREEPennsylvania Man Wins a Shop FREEBuild a Torsion Box Assembly Table FREEDead-Flat Assembly Table FREEBench Hook Holds Sharpening StonesTop Picks in Ready-Made WorkbenchesUnderstanding Dust MasksTwo Cars and a WorkbenchShop Island FREESpacers for a Workbench ViseBuild a Simple Box to Muffle Your Shop Vac FREEExpert Lesson: Tablesaw SafetyPhiladelphia Woodturning Shop TourTouring the Colonial Williamsburg Shop FREEVideo Workshop Tour FREEA Versatile Sanding StationBuild a Bandsawn Box FREEAndy Rae Shop Tip: Flattening Wide Boards Using a Benchtop BenchA Shooting Board in ActionShopmade Tablesaw Throat Plate FREEShop Tour: Underground Workshop in Montreal FREEShop Tour: Good Design for a Garage Workshop FREETour the Ultimate Garage Shop FREEFight Kickback with a Riving Knife FREEQuick Tip: Sawblade Caddy FREEShopmade Stop-Block System FREERabbeting Fence for the TablesawA Super Sturdy Fence for Raising PanelsMake Your Own Tenoning JigSimple Circle-Cutting JigWhat Makes My Bench WorkBuild a Simple Miter Saw StandBuild a Monster WorkbenchBuild a Tool Cabinet
OtherShare Your Work: How to Post to the Gallery FREEBehind the Scenes at Fine Woodworking FREEHow They Did It: Dimensioning Lumber By HandHow They Did It: Before the RouterHow They Did It: Before the BandsawUse a Boring Bar for Hollow-Vessel TurningOpen a Flush Door without a HandleUsing Your SpokeshaveInstalling Strap Hinges on a Blanket ChestModify Your Marking GaugeRip Narrow Moldings from Wide StockSupport StandsSanding Frames for Flat WorkShaping Curves with a Belt SanderTune Up a Card FREEA Report from WilliamsburgLog-Home WoodworkingUnique Workshop SolutionsUsing a Benchtop BenchGluing Cracked WoodTying Down Lumber for TransportSteaming Out DentsA Simple Trick for Aligning Pins and Tails Making Hardwood DowelsSquaring Up Rough LumberUsing a Card Scraper FREERoughing the Outside of a VesselFine Woodworking Turns 30 FREEAn Island Workshop FREEMaking and Using a Bench HookTwo Ways to Make Cock Beading FREEMaking Music with Precision WoodworkingA Woodworker and Music MakerColor Matching WoodsDick Jarmon: Ultimate Tool Collector FREEInstalling Euro-Style Cup Hinges FREEInstalling Glue BlocksWoodturning Exhibition in Philadelphia FREEOn The Road: Milwaukee Fine Furnishings FREEFight Kickback with a Riving Knife FREEStory Stick for Accurate, Repeatable CutsHow to Use a Height Gauge FREE
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Over a year ago, I posted the only other comment you see regarding this list of videos. I still feel the way I did when I wrote it. It's a great resource. Woodworkers at all levels can learn from these videos. I have two concerns about this list:
1. I'm sure dozens (or maybe scores) of videos have been produced since its initial posting on April 5, 2011. I see no evidence that any have been added to the list since then.
2. You have to know the list exists before you can find it, and then finding it is difficult. I only know about the list because it was a topic on your home page for a short time. When it rotated off your home page, I thought I would be able to find it through your search engine. Not so easy! I had forgotten the title of the list so I searched using the words "list" and "videos" in every permutation I could imagine. I wound up finding it after several frustrated attempts led me to an article that had it listed in the "Related Content" list at the end of that article. At that point, I made it my favorite for your website. I didn't want to chance losing it again. The only way I have been able to find this article with your search engine is to use the word "inventory". "List of videos" certainly won't do it.
I expected there to be quite a list of comments, but my lone comment (unanswered) from over a year ago is still the only one there. I can't believe that no one else has anything to say about this comprehensive list with TONS of your greatest information. I suspect that very few people can find it, or even know of its existence.
My pushy, yet productive recommendations are:
1. Put it out there somewhere! List it in your "videos" drop-down menu. Maybe as the first item! I guarantee you that woodworkers (especially hobbyists) will find it popular. I have spent many hours watching these videos from this list. I would have never even known to search many of the topics represented on this list. The only way I found the topics was through this list.
2. Call it a Comprehensive "List" of Videos. An "Inventory" is unnecessarily vague, and a "List" is crystal clear.(Granted, a small matter, but a clarifying improvement.)
3. Update it! Find a way to get the new videos listed in a somewhat timely manner.
You have a valuable resource here. It just needs some attention.
Note: I'll be sending this to your Editors' email box also. I'm not sure anyone is reading these comments.
I hope this page stays available over time. What a great resource! Is there a way to "Favorite" this list?
Tom’s cabinet blunder and other smooth moves. Plus we roll out some new segments: stats and surprise questions. Will they make the cut?
Fast, fun approach to making a comfortable, casual seat
In this video Michael finishes the first of the three boxes. Gluing-up, planing, sanding and finishing bring a new piece of art to the world.
In this video Michael starts work on the second box, a carved and painted Saddle lid box.
Michael begins carving the saddle lid box with his ripple pattern along the top. Then turns to his 5/30 gouge to texture the sides of the box. This isn't work…
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