There's nothing more satisfying to a woodworker than using handmade kitchen tools in their busy kitchen...
For a woodworker there's nothing more satisfying than a project that can be quickly made in a weekend that will get years of daily use. And, out of all the rooms in the house, it's the kitchen that has the most potential for custom made accessories and utensils that will deliver a hard day's work. From the Make Something workshop of David Picciuto, Make Your Own Kitchen Tools offers up a collection of projects that will give your kitchen a handmade feel while also being part of your daily prep and serving of the day's meals and snacks.
Whether you have a shop full of tools or just a couple of handsaws and a knife, Make Your Own Kitchen Tools has a project for you, each designed with simplicity and style in mind. The tools and techniques required, likewise, are simple and straight-forward: all you need are basic tools and there's no complex joinery to slow you down. To guarantee success, each step is beautifully photographed and written in David Picciuto's trademark straightforward and easy-to-follow style. Whether you follow along each project step-by-step or get inspired to add your own creative spin, Make Your Own Kitchen Tools will have you putting your woodworking to use every day – or proudly giving that friend or loved one a gift they'll really cherish.
About the Author
Regardless of how it may seem, David Picciuto, host and creator of the popular YouTube channel Make Something, wasn't born with sawdust in his blood. Over the years, he has pursued a wide range of passions—music, photography, video, web development, graphic design, and now woodworking. But the seemingly crazy path makes more sense than you might first think. All of David’s pursuits are creative and sharing the opportunity to experience creation is David's goal, whether it's via the videos of Make Something or his three best-selling books. David currently resides in Toledo, OH, where he regularly beams out his energetic, funny, and highly informative woodworking videos with the goal of inspiring his 750,000+ subscribers to make something.