Woodworking is not for the faint of heart. It is a heavily involved hobby or profession. It usually requires a dedicated workspace and several tools. If you’re looking for a gift that will fit under the Christmas tree, here are some ideas for the woodworker in your life. Whether it’s a longtime hobby or a new venture for your loved ones, they’ll thank you for these fun, practical, and inspiring gifts.
Give this cheeky I (Heart) Power Tools shirt; they’ll love to wear it year-round.
My Cordless Tools Mug colorfully displays cordless tools in their original form. It’s sure to get a laugh from anyone.
I don’t think anyone will argue that it’s important to wear protective gear—whether they wear it or not is another question. Perhaps they’ll be inspired to wear these anti-fog safety goggles by DeWalt.
Crafted for durability for extended garment life, the Dickies Men’s Premium Industrial T-shirt has two chest pockets—great for keeping small tools or pens on hand.
Give the gift of inspiration with a book or a magazine subscription such as Popular Woodworking Magazine. For someone new to the hobby, they may like a book filled with the basics, such as Woodworking Basics and Measure Twice, Cut Once.