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Japanese Carver's Set
Squirrel Buster Bird Feeders
Veritas Mk.II Deluxe Honing Guide Set
Gränsfors Forest Axe
Soil Cube & Block Molds Set
Walrus Oil Furniture Wax
Long Hot-Water Bottle
Firewood Storage Rack
LED Grow-Light Kits
Veritas 1 1/2" Pocket Layout Square
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Lee Valley Features
While everyone has their own method for sharpening their tools, we have developed a flexible approach to help demystify this vital gateway skill. Whether you are an old hand at sharpening or trying to find your way as a novice, we are sure you will discover some useful tips in our regularly updated videos and written resources.Learn More...
Woodworking for Beginners
In this video series, Lee Valley’s Andrew Strome introduces the basics of woodworking – from what tools you’ll need, to how to use each one, to projects and more. Join him at the bench as he guides you through your woodworking journey.Learn More...
Lee Valley Antique Tool Collection
Many traditional hand tools are critical to the art of woodworking. In this regular series, D.S. Orr takes a look at items from the Lee Valley antique tool collection. By examining their importance to woodworking’s past, he uncovers their significance to its future.Learn More...
Getting Started on a Chip Carving Project
Chip carving is an ideal technique for the person who wants to learn a bit about woodworking, but has always been discouraged at the prospect of buying a garage full of expensive and intimidating power tools.Learn More...
Free Livestream Sessions
Lee Valley is pleased to offer free virtual workshops on topics covering a variety of interests – from woodworking to gardening and more. Each session is hosted by an expert who will inspire you and answer any questions you may have.Learn More
Stories of the Onkwehón:we
This series of four videos was put together by students Jennifer Kanerahtoronkwas Paul and Katsi’tsaié:ri Paul over the last six months, introducing viewers to gifted artisans and the beautiful crafts of Onkwehón:we people.Learn More