First Review of ‘The Naked Woodworker’

NW_wrap4_1024x1024Veteran woodworker Jeff Branch has reviewed our new DVD, “The Naked Woodworker” with Mike Siemsen. Jeff has 30 years of woodworking experience but is just entering the world of handwork – so he’s not a babe in the woods.

Be sure to check out the review so you know what to do when your spouse walks in on you watching “The Naked Woodworker.” All I can say is that it’s a good thing we used an Americana soundtrack for the DVD and not smooth wife-swapping jazz.

If you don’t have time to read the review, here’s the conclusion in a nutshell: “A friend once asked me about woodworking: ‘How do I get started; what do I do first?’ I am going to tell him to buy this video.”

The Naked Woodworker” is available in a two-DVD set or for immediate download in our store.

— Christopher Schwarz

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3 Responses to First Review of ‘The Naked Woodworker’

  1. steveschafer says:

    The number of hits for “wife-swapping jazz” that Google returns is a revelation.

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  2. jenohdit says:

    You quaint West of the River people. The places my man takes me when he’s looking for a trade are usually playing something like Borbetomagus. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EKqj1kR3zo

    Our general approach to things is to use hand tools where appropriate but to leave the grunt work to machinery. In the shop, in the garden, in the kitchen, etc…

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