Stocking Stuffers for Woodworkers
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Woodworks like to buy what they want and that makes picking gifts for them difficult. Even stocking stuffers for woodworkers can be a challenge to pick out.
But in this guide we’ll show you stocking stuffers that are so new they likely won’t own them. Or an everyday item that they will appreciate stocking up on.
And remember: most woodworkers appreciate not receiving whatever deal is at the end of the tool aisle in a big box store.
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Stocking Stuffers for Woodworkers
This Made in USA marking tool offers a variety of measuring and marking options in a compact form. And almost all woodworkers know that Kreg tools is a must have brand for woodworking jigs of all kinds.
Installing trim and need an offset marking? Need a compact level? All in one with this name brand tool.
Putting aside its cool looks, this saw is a precision tool that will make fast work of flush cutting dowels, doing hand cut dovetails and more.
And, most DIY’ers won’t splurge on a Japanese saw so it’s unlikely your woodworker will own it. But they will appreciate it.
Every entry level woodworker starts out with a Kreg pocket hole jig.
Because this jig allows for connecting two pieces of wood in just about any imaginable way you’ll be giving a great start gift.
But, if you’re pondering a larger gift, check out our guide to pocket hole jigs (the K5 is a GREAT large woodworkers gift).
If you need guides down to 1/16″ of an inch then this is THE tape measure you’ve been looking for.
And, rather than carry around a second scrap of wood or paper with measurements you can just write them on the side of the tape measure and take it with you.
FastCap, by the way, is easily the most innovative woodworking supplier with a product process based in LEAN manufacturing. And hence this tape measure.
I cringe whenever I see videos of DIY’ers putting their hands inches away from blades or joiner knives.
So why a push block? As a stocking stuffer for woodworkers this gift is inexpensive and will be perfect for a woodworker with basic tools like a joiner or bandsaw.
And, like most tools, there are full-blown gifts like the GRR-RIPPER table saw pushblock that offer advanced control while cutting wood.
Not much to stay about this one other than it will help organize and hold screws during woodworking projects.
And, this makes a great gift combination for pocket hole jigs as screws will be used all the time to assemble projects.
The first stocking stuffer on this list is a pretty easy one to know if they own it or not: you’ve probably seen them wearing hearing protectors (or not).
Why does this make a great gift? Safety of course, but these hearing protectors also offer:
- Built-in Bluetooth for listening to music
- Ability to make and take phone calls
Anyone who’s worked with wood knows that a sharp pencil is tough to keep. And, sharpening the standard carpenter pencil is a HASSLE.
So, these flat designed pencils with refillable leads will easily mark out lines in wood and make for a cheap stocking stuffer.
As one of the must have woodworking clamps, a pipe clamp is a unique clamp in that you can buy (and fit) a pair into a stocking-sized stuffer.
And since your woodworker will know what to do with them (buy a $10 piece of black pipe) they’ll appreciate a high quality, professional duty clamp like the Bessey’s listed here.
Most woodworkers have all the standard Phillips and Square drive bits. Or, they are around somewhere in a drawer. Maybe.
By giving a stocking stuffer of wood screw driving bits you’ll replenish their supply and give them a stock of Torx-drive bits they might just need as well.
If you’ve seen along the way that casual woodworkers use a type of wood joinery called “pocket hole” you might be surprised to know that means assembling with screws.
And, when screws are used in anything other than softwood they do one thing: break.
So, a quality (but stocking stuffer sized) gift of a screw extractor is a great gift.
Last update on 2022-01-26 at 17:25 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API