What projects are in The Weekend Woodworker? And more FAQ

In this live show, I’m answering the most common questions about my new course, The Weekend Woodworker. To join the course head over to https://theweekendwoodworker.com

Have you now stopped doing YouTube videos?
Why didn’t you mention it would cost something earlier?
What projects will be in the course?
What tools will I need for the course?
How much am I going to have to spend on materials – total – following the course?
Please can you explain more about the Facebook group?

And much more.
The tools I will be using in this course:

See some of the course projects:

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20 Replies to “What projects are in The Weekend Woodworker? And more FAQ”

  1. Steve, you're the best. I just built the Cali Patio table and I love what you're doing. Keep it going..I mention to experienced woodworkers that I am watching your stuff and nearly all of them smile and admit to enjoying and learning from you.

  2. This course is fantastic. It is great value for your money. It is loaded with useful information, The projects are interesting and beautiful and the plans are excellent.

  3. Hi quick question, how many watts do i need in my tool for it to work perfectly for a project? I was looking for a new jigsaw and the same brand had two models that (in my rookie and inexperienced opinion) only changed in the power or the amount of watts, i could see the same with drills and other tools. Btw the project i want to start is a table made with pallets.

    i really love your channel, im learning a lot, never in my 24 years worked with wood but now i know a thing or two 😀

  4. I signed up about 3 weeks ago and i'm 3 projects deep (includes the BMW). To be honest, when i first started watching the sales pitch video i got nervous because i really thought "man this course is exactly what i need"… but i also was thinking "… where's the price tag". After the video (which doesn't mention the price tag) i figured the course would be around $200-$300 and agreed to myself that i would be willing to pay this because I'm serious about learning. Then i got to the page where you pay/sign up and i was shocked honestly. I can't tell you how quickly i clicked "pay now" when i saw it was only $147.

    To anyone that bothers reading this or other comments that basically say the same thing… If you have any desire to pick this hobby up, or just want to do some woodworking for fun… this "course" is it. I've had a lot of fun, but honestly more importantly, i've learned a lot and after completing this course i feel absolutely confident that i can move on and create my own stuff. It also doesn't hurt that i've been able to show off my projects to my family and they are impressed. It's a good feeling.

  5. I've occasionally watched a few videos of yours and I just decided to take the course, because its so cheap! I was so shocked when I saw how little it was. Amazing value!

  6. Extra points for realizing there are other countries outside the US, and that they're all using metric! Kudos, and thanks! 🙂

  7. Teaching involves A LOT of time in the planning stages so the VALUE here relates not just to number of sessions but should also take into account the time and effort put into everything that goes on in preparation for the demonstration- the SHOW. I wondered as well if it would have been at a cost, and although there was no mention of it, I thought that some amount would be charged for this fount of wisdom, the sharing of his many years of experience must be VALUED. I hope that you have great success!

  8. Steve, I just signed up and I wish I found you in October but I'm here now! I have always wanted to be a woodworker and people always laugh when I say that because I'm a woman and I am kind of old to start a new career. I've tried to find someone to apprentice under but haven't been successful and now I found this course and I could not be happier!!! I am thrilled with the price! It's a bargain considering what others are asking! You make me laugh and inspire me with every video I watch. I'm working on the BMW right now. Thank you for being YOU! Jeannie

  9. I found Steve and loved him and his videos and because of his videos I got interested in learning woodworking. I bought most of my tools and joined the WW class and joined the private Facebook group. I'm am SO excited to learn this. I have a feeling woodworking will be very therapeutic for me.

  10. Anything of real value cost. I don’t expect a talented person like you to work for free. You have a fantastic product and it is extremely well priced. Just one project is worth the whole cost of the course.

  11. Steve just wanted to let you know how much I have enjoyed the weekend woodworker course. For those of you who are thinking about it take action! One of the Best Buy’s I have made in my life. I would have joined earlier but I didn’t realize that I can go at my own pace. I have only completed one of the projects but have loved it and have learned so much. Thank you for this course and I would urge everyone to sign up. I now see it’s not to late at sixty five. Yes it is a paid course but if I were you I would double or triple the cost.

  12. As a weekend carpenter it's very difficult to learn the trade from no experience to very comfortable using tools knowing which to use your video s are very helpful thank you keep up the good job

  13. This course is an awesome business model and a lot of people are really going to benefit from it. I think this is just awesome.

  14. I've been trying to find a sign-up list on your website, but I can't seem to find the page for your course. I am interested in paying for this course. Is the course still open or have you removed it from your website? Thank you for your time!

  15. I love your videos and projects. I think I will likely take your course later if you offer it again. Right now I have too much on my work bench to focus on a course. Best of luck to you and your students!

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