10 Years of making woodworking videos on YouTube. How maker content has evolved.

10 Years of making woodworking videos on YouTube. How maker content has evolved.
Some highlights and observations from 10 years of making content on YouTube.
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10 Years of making woodworking videos on YouTube. How maker content has evolved.

12 thoughts on “10 Years of making woodworking videos on YouTube. How maker content has evolved.”

  1. Congrats Steve! I didn't find you until 2013 but have been your loyal viewer since. I learn from your videos and one of those people who watch your build videos all the way through! Here's to 10 more!

  2. Steve—is there a reason why you don’t use more mortise and tenon joints? Half laps yes but no mortise and tenon joinery.

  3. Congratulations on 10 years! Thank you for sticking to a teaching format & being you – I've learned so much from you. I always found the humor in your videos to be one of the best parts of them.

  4. Steve this is one of my top 3 channels to spend countless hours on while rehabbing from injury. I love your content, and hope that 10 years from now, and sooner even, that the YouTube learns to take care of their contributors better.

  5. Congrats on 10. A bit strange I think that people subscribe and not watch. I´m following my list and wait for new videos to emerge, and maybe get an ocasional good recomendation. If I dont like a channel I dont subscribe.

  6. Steve, will you ever go back to weekly project video’s? I really hope so, I loved the video’s!!

  7. cant remember when i started watching you but you were still fat then lol top question is wheres the doctor who police box?

  8. It was the chess board videos that were my introduction to your YouTube Channel, Steve. I've loved every one of them. In particular were your outdoor projects and the small bathroom projects.

  9. Congratulations Steve, I've seen almost every video in your channel, I consider myself lucky for discovering it quite a time ago, and that's one of the top reasons I've got into more serious projects. Keep the good work!

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