Thursday, 17 December 2015

Meet April Wilkerson, from woodworking novice to YouTube sensation.

In the ten years since the launch of YouTube, the video-sharing website has become the go-to destination for guides on how to do just about anything. Woodworkers are generous folk and many are taking to YouTube to share their skills and help us all improve our craft. Tool reviews, shop tours, project ideas and tips of the trade are all available online for anyone looking for woodworking news and information.

There is a growing community of woodworkers with their own specialist YouTube channels, some of whom make their living from doing what they love, sharing projects and ideas with viewers. One of the woodworking YouTubers is April Wilkerson  Triton Brand Champion for the USA who also provides valuable feedback on product development. April is the first to admit that she is relatively new to woodworking but with a passion for making and a determination to learn and share her knowledge she has gained a committed following for her YouTube channel. 
Triton Tools caught up with April at her workshop in Texas, USA, to find out more about how she has turned her woodworking hobby into a successful YouTube channel that is now her full-time job.
We also filmed an exclusive project build with April which will be posted here on the Triton blog early in the New Year so don’t forget to come back and see how it went.
To see more of April’s work, read up on her project or download some plans, check out her website  and her YouTube Channel   


  1. It seems that you guys are truly dedicated to creating a community of woodworkers around the surrounding areas.

  2. It is very pleasant to become a sensation because it will bring fame to you and help develop your business, but on the other hand it is very troublesome.


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    5/19/2019 USA Grandpa Bill (Meticularius): Meticularius speaks: As a 71-year-old woodworker, destroyer, and reconstructionist, I feel inspired to say to all global viewers that beside Sir David Attenborough, April Wilkerson is the healthiest and finest on-screen presentation of any platform available to viewers old and young. She brings us herself and her family and her friends as an ambassador of goodwill, personal growth, and victories. If I had a daughter I would want her to be April. Her rise on Youtube is a testament to the American Spirit long heralded since our forefathers. My grandfather, Alexander Hamilton, and his cronies would have eschewed April's attitudes unless she was chopping wood and making soap in a cast iron kettle. April's "I can do this" fostered by her father is illustrative of the healthy relationship between father and daughter, so vivid against the backdrop of so many abusive relationships today. YouTube has the unique opportunity to foster such presentations to assist in growing a healthier America, while unfortunately providing a platform for some pretty sick stuff in obscure corners. I say we owe our children and our grandchildren the quality of April Wilkerson's daily growth as a developing fellow adult. Her journey is in a way our own journey through the wilderness of "Huh?" to the vista of "Ohh YEH!"

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  6. WOOO WHERE do I start April...
    I have been in woodworking in all aspects in all venues from a kid hanging with my Dad I recall back at age 4!! Yes it was ingrained in me. And it's never left me to this day at 70.
    I first saw you on chrimson Guitar school with your wood man,friend person. I fell in love with the work and well all I saw,heard,humor personality.
    The attention to detail did not scare you,it was second nature in ways to you. Then came the box tied in the split maple.I WAS BLOWN AWAY
    I said I recall,I've got a blessed woman hear.
    So to get ahead hear. I searched on my you tube found you building you SHAP!!@ WOO..Don't know how you e ER did that but again I said..this gal has her focus on what she is doing in dll aspects of .."life",I felt at that point.
    Ok I Need to know more about your plans are you wonderful family,lovely Mom,and Dad.Oh the outdoor shower with her was wonderful feeling for u both.
    And dog turbines and pond
    I was seeing myself in all you were doing and speaking,your humbleness.
    Hugs best to you my friend I hope.
    How can I friend you.?
    Fred Holste
    I'm now starting a custom bouitque guitar small "thingy",.buiness.
    Please contact me

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    April Wilkerson, a woodworking YouTuber, gained a large following for her videos, which often feature her working on woodworking projects in a bikini. With over 2.5 million subscribers and over 200 million views, Wilkerson started woodworking as a hobby in 2015, learning from YouTube videos, books, and taking classes at a local community college. Her first woodworking project, a birdhouse, went viral, and she soon started teaching others. In 2017, she started her own YouTube channel, TheBikiniWoodworker. Wilkerson's videos are known for their humor and positive attitude, making woodworking seem approachable and fun for people with no experience. She encourages viewers to get creative and experiment with different woodworking projects. Her success has inspired other women to get involved in woodworking, and she has been featured in magazines and newspapers, including The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.


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