Nationally renowned for his handcrafted furniture, Charles Neil had over 40 years experience as a woodworker. In addition to his custom furniture pieces, he wrote two books, contributed dozens of magazine articles and sold over 5,000 DVDs worldwide to help other woodworkers learn his techniques. After a long illness, Charles passed away in December, 2019.
If you would like to become a better woodworker, you’ll find what you are looking for at Charles Neil Woodworking.

Through videos, articles, photos and blogs, Charles simplified woodworking, step by step. To the left you will find all of our woodworking information; subscribe to the Weekly On-Line Show archive “Mastering Woodworking with Charles Neil”, check out our free projects and videos or for a small monthly fee, have 24/7 Access to our Finishing On-Line Class with over 24 hours of video how-to’s related to finishing your projects or to help you out when you are in a bind.
NOW AVAILABLE IN THE STORE!

Charles Neil’s video debut was in 2007 with a few clips posted on youtube.com but he created over 500 DVDs and project videos, all of which you will find in our online store.
Charles was an inventor as well as a fine woodworker. Drawing on years of finishing experience he created a unique Pre-color Conditioner to prevent blotching on woods like cherry and maple among others. Always looking for new ways to solve problems Charles developed a signature molding router bit which he used on all of his furniture. Finally, Charles wrote two books on finishing…including all the recipes for various colors he used on his furniture pieces. All of these products are available in our onlilne store.

CHARLES’ 1ST BOOK RELEASE – NOVEMBER 2013

MASTERING WOODWORKING WITH CHARLES NEIL WEEKLY WEB SHOW
In the Fall of 2009 Charles introduced a weekly on-line show, Mastering Woodworking with Charles Neil, which broadcasted each Thursday with a new episode. With over 400 weekly Webisodes in the library, there is plenty to watch when you subscribe. The cost to subscribe to the show archiveis $20.00/mo.