The six year video library
We publish a new video for our Premium Members every single week. This means that Paul has made more than 35 pieces on camera since Woodworking Masterclasses began in 2012. If you are a Premium Member you can watch all of these projects right now.
Your user details for Woodworking Masterclasses will also give you access to Common Woodworking, our indispensable resource for first-time or beginner woodworkers and folks who want to scrub up on their fundamentals. Don't forget to check it out once you have signed up!
Check out the feedback from our paying members!
"The approach to woodworking is very enlightening. Lots of myths have been smashed. You don’t have to own expensive machinery to produce fine furniture."
"When I first started watching all I was looking for was how to use a hand plane. Through Paul Sellers' blog and Master Classes, a whole new world of woodworking has opened up to me. Thank you Paul for training I could never have afforded any other way!"
"Paul Sellers is a down-to-earth, no nonsense woodworker. In being a part of the Woodworking Masterclasses, I feel I am being taught to work wood by a 19th Century Master Woodworker, which is truly awesome. Paul’s gentle spirit comes through on the videos, which makes learning hand tool woodworking therapeutic."
"The tremendous variety of projects is fantastic! The straightforward approach to practical hand tool woodworking is much appreciated!"
"I enjoy Paul taking the time to review techniques in every video. He does not just point you to an old video but shows it again and challenges related to the current project."
"My favorite aspect of Woodworking Masterclasses is learning the time-tested traditional hand tool methods. The “poor man’s” tools and techniques prove you don’t need to spend and arm and a leg to do craftsman-level work. What a joy it is to work wood without the all the noise and sawdust flying everywhere!"
Paul’s way of straight forward explanation and completeness is what got me started. So many other instructional videos I’ve seen in the past tend to skip over important details and leave you wondering if you are doing the little things right."
"No one teaches the small but crucial aspects of woodworking better than Paul Sellers. In the old days, you would have to apprentice yourself to a master craftsman to learn the secrets of fine woodworking, now you can do it by signing up for woodworking master classes no matter where you are in the world."