For almost 50 years, a passionate community of woodworkers seeking to advance their skills have known exactly where to look—to the experts and hands-on craftspeople featured in Fine Woodworking. A trusted resource for woodworkers of all skill levels, we travel to the shops of experts who are eager to inspire and encourage others to succeed at their craft.
Since 1975, Fine Woodworking has been teaching, inspiring, and connecting with a passionate audience of woodworkers. We rely on our expert contributors—from serious enthusiasts to veteran pros to legends of the craft—to share their woodworking knowledge firsthand, from timeless projects to new skills and techniques, both challenging and basic.
Our compelling content is available in print, on FineWoodworking.com, through our eLearning program, on YouTube, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram. We also produce the popular biweekly podcast, Shop Talk Live, featuring our editors and other woodworkers.
FineWoodworking.com allows the brand to expand its reach, broadening the diversity of topics and contributors. The print and digital products blend a history of authoritative information with a mix of contemporary views and insights to create an informative and inspiring source of woodworking information. We offer a wealth of resources aimed at our online members. From online archives to project guides and video workshops to exclusive e-letters, we strive to create an indispensable resource for woodworkers of all skills and abilities.
“After training as a carpenter, I stumbled upon your magazine in a bookshop in New Plymouth, New Zealand. It ignited a passion in wood and building with hand tools and traditional methods that continues to this day.”
“I am a charter subscriber. I consult my complete library of FWW back issues routinely. While I could easily rhapsodize about “the good ol’ days,” I think FWW has kept up with trends while staying true to long venerated and revered traditions in the craft.”
“Great magazine. Challenging, inspiring, informative. What a magazine devoted to craft should be.”