The Joys Of Woodworking


Woodworking is a wonderful pursuit, providing immense benefits to the people taking part – exciting, stimulating and satisfying on so many levels.

♦  Exciting — Intellectual stimulation is attained while working through a well documented woodworking project plan and creating a beautiful and/or productive object through your own efforts.

♦  Sensory stimulation occurs when the woodworker is surrounded by the beautiful aromas of freshly worked wood — whether being sawn, planed or drilled, and can be likened to the effects of the seductive aroma of freshly brewed coffee on a coffee addict (count me in!).

♦  Satisfaction in creating your woodworking project and seeing it be successfully completed is the absolute best reward!

♦  Physical activity is naturally required in order to create any woodworking project and, (whilst this may not be activity on an Olympic scale), is a benefit and a reward in itself.

♦  Whilst the smell of freshly worked wood has to be experienced first-hand (you have to be there!), we will present many of the visual joys here in sharing “Bits & Pieces”, along with selected videos, (examples below), representing desirable and useful woodworking projects.

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Laminated Pine Workbench From 2×4’s
Laminated Pine Workbench From 2×4’s This is a brilliant build — the creation of an affordable, simple, heavy laminated workbench
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Double Ended Flip-Top Workbench
This is a step-by-step woodworking tutorial video demonstrating how to build a double ended flip-top workbench. The perfect organization solution
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Basic Tools For A Woodworking Beginner
A great video discussing a basic set of hand tools and power tools which would provide a woodworking newcomer with
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Plane Restoration
Stanley “Brothers In Arms” Hand Plane Restoration This video shows the steps taken to restore two corroded Stanley Planes, a
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Mobile Modular Workbench
This video shows the construction of an elegant bench solution for woodworkers with limited space. Joining two mobile, modular sections
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