As a beginning woodworker, I’ve spent untold hours watching woodworking videos on YouTube. I’ve learned a lot and I’ve become convinced that YouTube is one of the main drivers of the current woodworking renaissance. But while there’s a lot of great woodworking videos out there, there’s also a lot of crap.
Since I don’t have a lot of woodworking skills to share on LumberJocks, I thought I could provide a service by pointing out the YouTube woodworking teachers who have helped me the most, and therefore save newcomers some time and energy by pointing them in the right direction. To that end, I wrote a guide to the best YouTube video channels, and I posted it on my blog at chicagowoodworker.wordpress.com.
It took me hours to put this together, so rather than killing another 4 hours formatting the post and loading the links, I will simply provide the link to the original post here.
I hope you enjoy it.
Feel free to comment on my list and add others you think are worth watching.