Welcome to the NEW WOODWORKER’S JOURNAL Website!

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We’re excited to introduce you to the new home for Woodworker’s Journal content on the web.

We understand that initially it may feel a little like someone rearranged the contents of your kitchen cabinets, but once you’ve had a chance to navigate through the site, we think you’ll like the new organization and how much easier it is to find interesting new woodworking videos, tips, products, skills and stories.

We’re not the first to relaunch a website, and we know that there are likely to be a few kinks to work out in the first couple of weeks. We appreciate your patience as we work through any minor that arise. We will do everything we can to make this a smooth transition.

Let’s get started! We encourage you to check out these new and updated areas of our site:

New top navigation menu and drop down menus

Float your cursor over any of the top navigation menu tabs to reveal a drop down menu that lists many additional content categories. Click on a category title to that page of the site.


eZine Content

You’ll find all of the eZine content categories located under the home page top navigation tabs. We tried to place each eZine category under the most logical tab, but we admit that there were a few categories that were a little tricky to place. For example, Today’s Woodworker is located under the Blogs tab because those

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Woodworking - How to Make Sacred Geometry Designs

Woodworking how to make sacred geometry designs. Learn how to make a wood inlay design…The Star. The design for this 6 pointed star & hexagon comes from a …
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    • WJ van Dijk
    • December 28, 2014

    What wonderful handscraft, want brand of saw you are using….!

    • James Weissbach
    • December 28, 2014

    That’s some awesome detailed work . no talking just watch. Excellent

    • Joan Miralles
    • December 28, 2014

    y las piezas con la sierra circular, no quedarían más limpias?

    • maria mercedes ulloa
    • December 28, 2014

    Awesome!! What a beautiful way to work and, specially what a wonderful way
    to teach and explain the ” how to…. ” Gracias!

    • Oscar La Fuente
    • December 28, 2014

    Will, beautiful, always wandered “how to” today I know, thanks, Will
    subscribe immediately

    • SevenTen DABPAD
    • December 28, 2014

    I really love your videos sir! Very inspiring..Thanks for sharing.

    • MrLeonard55
    • December 28, 2014

    I agree about the focus thing. I love getting lost in what i’m working on.
    I thought about using the smaller pieces for oprnaments or maybe even
    earrings. There are alot of things you could make with the smaller pieces.
    I really enjoy your videos. Leonard

    • The Apprentice and The Journeyman
    • December 28, 2014

    woodstoney… Greatly appreciate your comment. Thanks for watching and
    sharing your thoughts.

    • Jawad Saadi
    • December 28, 2014


    • The Apprentice and The Journeyman
    • December 28, 2014

    That is what we call patience.

    • John Boulton
    • December 28, 2014

    I found your video on patterns in wood most interesting, could you please
    tell me what you used to fill in the gaps, so they did not show in the
    finished work.?

    • The Apprentice and The Journeyman
    • December 28, 2014

    willi baker… You’re very welcome. Thank you for the comment and for

    • alworashi alshatti
    • December 28, 2014

    You are like a violin player artist, Maestro and professor

    • willi baker
    • December 28, 2014

    thank you for your excellent teaching method it is the first time i see
    such videos bless you

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