His show is no longer in production. But, if you ask woodworkers who entered craft from the late 1980s through the late 2000s, you will find a surprising number of them got into woodworking because of Norm Abram and the New Yankee Workshop.
While the show started its life before the Internet, the folks running the program have set up a great page where viewers can buy plans and DVDs, get the gear and watch featured videos each week. If you haven’t visited in a while, you might want to stop back and see how this woodworker got his start in the craft.
- The Wood Ninja: Get Woodworking
- Stu’s Shed: Humble Beginnings
- Giant Cypress: What it takes to get a kid into woodworking
- The Renaissance Woodworker: Get Hand Planes
- Watkins Wood Works: To sharpen or not to sharpen?
- Uppercut Woodworks: Get woodworking Boy Scouts
- Flair Woodworks: Every shop needs a Br’all
- High Rock Woodworking: What happened to shop class?
- The Garage Shop: Get woodworking again
- Ben’s Workshop: You can make dovetails
- Woodworks by John: My contribution