What to Give a Woodworker as a Gift

What to Give a Woodworker as a Gift
Leah takes you around the woodworking store, showing various tools and materials that most woodworkers would love to receive as a gift.

Links to the Tools Shown in the Video:

Wheel Marking Gauge: https://amzn.to/2y83cDX

Dovetail Marker: https://amzn.to/2t4dcbQ

Mini Square: https://amzn.to/2y78uj5

Woodworking (and Metal) File Set: https://amzn.to/2l85UAc

Kreg Pocket Jig: https://amzn.to/2JDQ7Ul

Titebond III Wood Glue: https://amzn.to/2y2EgOe

Leather Shop Apron: https://amzn.to/2l4F2Rt

Purple Hearing Protection Earmuffs: https://amzn.to/2sRTEbi

Safety Glasses: https://amzn.to/2JCAWyY

Spring Dividers: https://amzn.to/2ycTccy

Woodworking Bench: https://amzn.to/2y9dAvm

Woodworking Saws (note: we could not find the Veritas brand of saws online – which was the brand we were looking at while at the store). Here are links to other brands, that are well-rated:

Dovetail Saw: https://amzn.to/2sYtjrg

Tenon Saw: https://amzn.to/2JynCvi

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What to Give a Woodworker as a Gift

6 thoughts on “What to Give a Woodworker as a Gift”

  1. what tools you think is good for diy condo owner should own i do have a jigsaw a 1979 black and decker 7580 I refurbished it and use dewalt u shank blades as well as Bosh and Lenox got a dewalt dc935ka 14.4v 3 speed xrp hammer drill and a skil saw 5485 circular saw 13 amp and other tools i just want to complete my set I don't live in a house so spaces is a premium I was thinking a fold-up workbench maybe something from Black & Decker to cut wood and stuff what would you recommend on a budget and space being Limited I do have tool socket wrenches screwdrivers pliers some pretty decent stuff slip branches. Vise grip Crescent wrench I do have a Ridgid 18 volt gen5 x 1/4 brushless impact driver with 4.0 ah battery a nice set of drill bits Brad Point …( dewalt)…
    .( Ryobi ) … black oxide Spade bits.. also I have a couple loose bits from Irwin DeWalt and a 13 bit black oxide DeWalt set ) the Basics i have well more than the average homeowner would have I just hate to hire professionals and if I'm capable of doing it and I can do it myself and I want to have all the tools to do it i have very good Milwaukee ultimate jobsite backpack love it I can take some tools out with friends and family for small jobs I have two small clamps just need a little bigger some of my tools are in my videos my wife says I have a lot but I'm like to maintain a house without iron professional need to have all the basics to get the job done I replace faucets fuel pumps and Tall balls thanks to one of your videos I replace the water hose to the toilet ball but also was able to tighten the valve with out needing a new one I really appreciate the tip you gave me to save me a lot of time you videos definitely a breath of fresh air actually the impact driver good gift for my wife I don't get that to Father's Day I've been asking for months to buy one but I've had so many things go wrong in my place that I had to buy new and have a professional install them because I am not knowledgeable enough of those hot water heater new electric stove it was hard-wired and a socket need to be made from the hard wire and a plug hooked up to the new stove only thing I did was remove some bricks that were part of the backsplash paint the wall with high heat black paint behind stove had an anti-tip device thats it there the washing machine I had the professionals do that that hold the way the old one I could have done it myself but was only like $20 more of course they use metal Flex cables we should better than those old rubber hoses that did use adhesive for the pipes for the water to the machine boyfriend stole them in their place they will loosen wobble and so I made them secure I'm not an expert in my electrician but I do know a few things I'm just not an expert with small places before I met my wife my old landlord let me use his garage as a shop I never thought anything in there all he did was add some dividers with my help in the back section of the garage was my little shop I had to work manager belt sander miter saw I sold it all in my landlord when I met my wife and left got my tools obviously just not the heavy power tools

  2. I have shopped for tools at Father's Day sales for years. I have bot both gifts and tools for me. I noticed you have a thumd down on this video, I can not see one reason why anyone would do that.

  3. Very informative. I noticed how lovingly you touched that lumber. LOL! Some great pieces to work with. I hope someday you will go into more detail on the saws and elaborate on the carcass saw.

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