Unleash Your Inner Craftsman

The Makers Mob Teaches Woodworking.

The Makers Mob Team
Maker
Jesse De Geest
The Samurai Carpenter
Maker
Jimmy DiResta
Maker
Jon Peters
All Makers Mob Memberships Include
28+ Exclusive Courses
250+ Video Lessons
Private Members Forum
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What Our Members are Saying...
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Rick L.
You have inspired me. Thank you for helping me stretch into new areas of craftsmanship. You have inspired me to go farther in the creative process!!!
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Donald C.
I just want to say thank you. I’ve been making wood chips & saw dust more in the last three weeks than I have in the last 6 months and enjoying every minute.
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Jonathan R.
Thanks for your inspiration! A recent project my son and I did together! He really enjoyed helping dad make his own workbench! This is my favorite project ever!
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Hayden B.
I absolutely LOVE IT. First tool I've made! Then I did this cutting board with a walnut bowtie using the new plane!
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Jeffery S.
You da man in all carpentry. Incorporating far eastern technique and design...beautiful workmanship!
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Andy T.
Inspired by your work. You inspired me to work hard at developing my skills and create some awesome projects along the way!
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Take Your Woodworking to the Next Level
Whether you are just starting out or a seasoned craftsman, let The Makers Mob show you [step-by-step] how to transform your woodworking skill and take it to the next level.
While millions of viewers have been inspired by the Mobs videos on YouTube, members on the inside will learn the same techniques that have allowed them to become some of the most successful craftsman online.
With millions YouTube subscribers, The Makers Mob team will teach you how to learn from your mistakes and engage in projects that will have you leaning towards our edges, so that you are constantly growing in your craft.
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For the Beginner
If you are just starting out and completely new to woodworking, Our entry level tutorials and plans will get you started and well on your way
For the Hobbyist
If you are a weekend warrior and love making the chips fly, inside you will get access to many videos and plans that will take your woodworking to the next level
For the Craftsman
For the Craftsman who is looking to be a part of a community that views woodworking as an art form - you are in the right place.
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Exclusive Private Member's Community
Probably the Most Valuable Aspect of the School...
A PRIVATE Group, where THOUSANDS of Woodworkers from all over the World Get Together and Inspire each other! Also, Every week we host a LIVE Hangout where you can ask questions and interact with 1000's of fellow woodworkers.
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Take Your Woodworking to the Next Level
Whether you are just starting out or a seasoned craftsman, let The Makers Mob show you [step-by-step] how to transform your woodworking skill and take it to the next level.
While millions of viewers have been inspired by the Mobs videos on YouTube, members on the inside will learn the same techniques that have allowed them to become some of the most successful craftsman online.
With millions YouTube subscribers, The Makers Mob team will teach you how to learn from your mistakes and engage in projects that will have you leaning towards our edges, so that you are constantly growing in your craft.
Meet the Makers
Maker
Jesse De Geest
The Samurai Carpenter
Maker
Jimmy DiResta
Maker
Jon Peters

Jesse De Geest (Samurai Carpenter)

Master Carpenter & Craftsman
Why the Samurai Carpenter?

The name came about when a close family friend was watching me use my tools, with my Japanese saw hanging off my back. He thought that I looked like a Samurai… so he started calling me The Samurai Carpenter, and the Legend[ish] was born.

Where did I learn woodworking?

I’ve learned on the job site, from other expert carpenters, books, basically whatever I can get my hands on… but more than anything, I have learned the most from messing up and from complete and utter failure.  Really the art of learning What Not To Do, has taught me more than anything else!

Where should you start?

I would recommend that if you are interested in learning woodworking or simply increasing your skill, then start with a project that is just outside of your current skill set.  This will stretch you, you will learn from your mistakes, and if each time you take on a project that is just a little bit more challenging than the last, you will grow your craft until you can build anything you want.

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