Link of the week

New Yankee Online

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.

And, yes, it’s Friday of Get Woodworking week, and we’ve got more posts from some awesome blogs. Read. Learn. Enjoy!


3 thoughts on “Link of the week”

  1. Norm is the one who got me interested in woodworking.

    I have a bunch of his shows on the recorder and watch them regularly.

    His manner and general overall presentation has yet to be duplicated in my opinion.
    (and he was quick on the draw with that brad nailer!) lol

  2. Norm was one of my main reasons for beginning my wood working venture. I would like to meet him some day.

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