Beginning in 2014, through a series of detailed interviews and posts I aimed to spotlight and encourage growth of my fellow womxn’s woodwork and art. I combined my passion for people, writing, and love of woodworking to feature some of the craft’s best women and non-binary woodworkers.
What resulted is the Women of Woodworking project, which now includes a free virtual Affinity Group in partnership with The Furniture Society, a live Instagram interview series during the pandemic, sponsored classes, a free monthly Community Highlights enewsletter, and more!
Support the project and get your own merch at the official Women of Woodworking online store!
In May 2020, the Women of Woodworking project’s essay series became a Medium publication. A few essays were published on Medium as well as Popular Woodworking.
The Women of Woodworking ENewsletter, now Community Highlights, was created in August 2020. Click here to subscribe!
Follow the project on Instagram // @womenofwoodworking
Women of Woodworking ENewsletter, v.5 February 2021
Women of Woodworking ENewsletter, v. 4 January 2021
Women of Woodworking ENewsletter, v. 3 December 2020
Women of Woodworking ENewsletter, v. 2 September 2020
Women of Woodworking ENewsletter, v. 1 August 2020
Cristiane Martins, Amazonia, Brazil for Popular Woodworking
Lupe Nielsen, Las Vegas, NV for Popular Woodworking
Phoebe Everill, Drummond, Victoria, Australia
Daej Hamilton, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Peggy White, Almonte, Ontario, Canada
Lynette Breton, Part II – The Ancient Bog Oak Flower Press
Lynette Breton, Harpswell, ME Part I
Larissa Huff, Philadelphia, PA
Vanessa Johnston, South Queensferry, Edinburgh, Scotland
Kate Duncan, Vancouver, BC, Canada
Danielle Rose Byrd, Bar Harbor, ME
Kelly Meagher, Northwest Arkansas
Keira James, Staveley, England
Jimmi Wingert, Los Angeles, CA