Renovations, custom builds, and big additions: it's all captured here. Come along for an incredible second season, as host Jason Lake takes you from decrepit beginnings to absolutely breathtaking completions.
Get creative with Jeremy Helgeson as he attempts to build something three different ways out of three different materials. Using Minecraft, LEGO, Toca Blocks, Roblox, Styrofoam, clay, popsicle sticks and cardboard, Jeremy uses his imagination to build the coolest projects you've seen.
In this three-part series, leather artisans Sarah Kirkham and Anna Warren of Tactile Craftworks go on a journey to improve their product line with a slick new laser-cutting tool, the Dremel Digilab Laser Cutter.
Design, fabricate and assemble built-in shelving solutions for your home. Learn new woodworking skills and techniques while creating beautiful, functional storage with this class presented in partnership with Lowe's.
It doesn't take much time or money to make an edge grain (edge grain = just the edge strip of the wood, like the side of a 2 x 4) cutting board yourself. Plus they make awesome gifts for just about anyone old enough to be trusted with a knife.
Suddenly succulents are everywhere, and so are planters that give them a happy home. No surprise, since succulents are so easy to take care of, don’t need much water, and will grow in the tiniest of openings.
Handsaws: the most iconic, and yes, hardworking of the woodworking tools. But sometimes it seems like there are as many kinds of saws as there are teeth on the things. Let's narrow it down a bit to the most useful ones you'll encounter.
One size does not fit all when it comes to wood glue, and you'll need to know how to sift through the pile of options out there and choose the right one for your project. Here we''ll break down five popular choices, and when to use them.