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Pocket Holes: Explained

Pocket Holes: Explained

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Pocket holes are the foundation of most DIY furniture. Become a pocket hole pro in just a few hours!

This video course will teach you everything you need to know about pocket holes. Seriously. There's not a more comprehensive pocket hole course out there.

From answering what even is a pocket hole to showing you how to make them and teaching you how many you need, we've got you. This mini-course is broken down into 4 main sections.


  1. The Who, What, When of Pocket Holes  - what even is a pocket hole? when should I use them? Who/what is a Kreg Jig??
  2. The How - how to figure out your pocket hole settings, drilling best practices, and video walkthroughs of the 3 most popular Kreg Jig models in action - the 310, 520PRO, and the 720
  3. The Where - we'll tackle the most commonly asked pocket hole question: where do I drill pocket holes? How many do I need? What side of the board should they be on? How do you know where to place them?
  4. But What About… Let's talk about all those weird pocket hole situations. What if I have angled cuts or boards that are two different thicknesses?? What about wood glue and getting into tight spaces?


  1. Full access to the Pocket Holes: Explained curriculum with lifetime access + free future updates
  2. 8 video lessons that are quick to watch, yet packed full of information.
  3. Downloadable cheatsheets that you can print out and quickly reference during any future project
  4. NEW BONUS lesson: troubleshooting common pocket hole problems. How to fix them and how to avoid them in the future.

I don't have a Kreg Jig. Which one should I get? In the first lesson, we'll give you a cheatsheet that compares all the Kreg Jig models and give you our recommendation on which to get.

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We know you'll love our products. They are oozing with value and designed to be as helpful as possible. But we know it can be hard to ignore that nagging voice in the back of your head that says "what if this stinks..."

That's why we offer a 14-day happiness guarantee. If you're not completely satisfied with your purchase, for any reason, let us know and we’ll work with you to make it right, even if that means a full refund.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Vann Betzel
Good info

I've made a lot of pocket holes as a hobbyist woodworker but I still got many insights and ah-ha's from this material. Well worth the price of admission.


Feeling confident to start my first project after this informative course.

Thank you

Rachel T
Informative Course and Feeling Confident Now

Thanks, Zoe, for creating this course! You explained it all so well and I definitely feel confident now. I liked how you showed us each of the pocket holes jigs, too so I could see which one I might like to purchase for future projects. This definitely encourages me to try out more of your courses and build plans. Thanks, again, it's exactly what I was looking for!


I’m currently in school for carpentry and before purchasing the pocket holes course I was a bit nervous & confused. Even with being in school I still didn’t know what a pocket hole was or how or where to place them. I gained confidence & understanding from your teaching & for that I’m so grateful.


The course was great. You explained everything so well and it was truly so simple. The pocket holes always scared me away from attempting to make furniture where I couldn’t just screw the pieces together. I am excited to try some pieces now.