10 woodworkers to follow in 2021.

If there’s one good thing that came out of 2020, it was the abundance of creative content all over the internet. And the woodworking world was no exception. So for our first blog of 2021, we want to share 10 woodworkers who are nailing it in the workshop and on their social platforms. Maybe some you already follow, but either way, let’s get inspired together by these #madetomake guys and gals.

Jackman Works

From clever, outside-the-box glue-ups like larger-than-life hammers to meticulously made wavy shelf accents, Paul Jackman’s builds are as original as his personality. Follow his social channels for fun woodworking content with a humorous spin.

Alabama Woodworker

A pursuit of passion, Alabama Woodworker is run by Huy Huynh, a full-time aerospace engineer who has turned his hobby of furniture building and cabinetmaking into a side hustle. Huynh’s feed showcases his woodworking process and methods, as well as his tools of choice (including, of course, Pony Jorgensen woodworking clamps!).

Designs by Donnie

Now a full-time content creator, Donnie Galli built his woodworking career by bringing new life to old wood with one-of-a-kind buildups. He uses his experience to create artistic pieces and often shares tutorials, tips, and tricks on his channels.

Bourbon Moth Woodworking

Since getting serious about his YouTube channel just one year ago, Jason Hibbs has grown an impressive following with his easy-to-follow tutorials, unexpected DIYs (how to carve a bowl with a chainsaw, anyone?), and woodworking tricks you’ll actually use. His most recent build? A whole drift boat – created with the help of Pony Jorgensen clamps!

Walker’s Woodworks

Woodworker, content creator, and custom furniture maker Brandon Walker creates it all – from shop organizers to DIY patio covers, from epoxy resin art to custom DIY wood lettering – there’s a video for every type of woodworker on his YouTube channel. One of our favorite Walker’s Woodworks projects? A cutting board made using our very own Cabinet Master and E-Z HOLD clamps.

Two Moose Design

Husband-and-wife team Jef and Jess make up Two Moose Design. Follow this dynamic duo to get a look at custom creations, how-tos, and more. And if you need another reason to check out their feed, they also feature the cutest shop pups around ¬– 10/10 good-boy content.

The Awesome Orange

The Awesome Orange, also known as Sadie Mae John, is a proud #woodworkHER whose approach to making is “build loud, build wild” – and her projects definitely live up to the hype. From stunning home renovations to outdoor DIYs, Sadie’s creations make it easy to find inspiration for every inch of your home.

Built by Stevie

Stevie is the owner and chief CarpentHER™ at Built by Stevie. It was only after she was gifted a miter saw in 2013 that her woodworking dreams became a reality. Her feed features generational custom-built furniture that Stevie not only creates in her shop but also personally delivers and installs. Can you say #GirlPower?

Ginger Woodworks

Dream it, build it, love it: that’s been Rob Rein’s motto as the man behind Ginger Woodworks. What began in 2016 as a few woodworking projects with his children turned into a passion and an opportunity to show his kids (and us!) insanely cool buildups. The Ginger Woodworks feed showcases his latest projects, from out-of-this-world wall and epoxy art to home renovations, like this recent frameup using Pony Jorgensen clamps!

The Wood Pastor

Stephen Michutka uses his feed to share DIYs and behind-the-scenes content of his creations. Follow his channels for an inside look at rustic and modern-inspired furniture builds, as well as extra ordinary projects like a stand for your tablet or a base for your pour-over coffee. We’re big fans of Stephen.

We love sharing content from talented makers. Want to see even more? Follow us on Instagram and Facebook, share your favorite woodworking accounts, and tag @ponyjorgensen in your own projects!

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