Being as how I don't make bows to sell, and being as how I have a friend who does, and being as how people frequently inquire about such things, I thought I'd direct you to Bob and Zach Sarrels of Sarrels Archery.
I've shot many of their bows and I own two of them. I highly recommend them if you want an excellent bow at a very reasonable price. Check out their "In Stock Bows."
Red oak board bow build along This is a tutorial showing how to make a cheap bow with a minimum of tools. If you've never made a bow before, this is a good place to start.
English Longbow build-along This was my first attempt at an English longbow.
Another English longbow build-along This was my second attempt at an English longbow. I like this one better.
Bamboo-backed ipe bow build along I suppose the information in this one would be just as useful if the belly wood were Osage or bamboo.
Fiberglass laminated bow build along This is probably not the best build-along I've done, but it's better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it.
Singapore bamboo backed Osage recurve build along This is an off-site link to a build along I did on TradGang.
How I make arrows This build-along did not go smoothly, but you may still be able to learn something, or just enjoy the adventure.
How to Make a Spine Tester This tutorial shows how to make a simple and inexpensive spine tester. It also goes into the difference between static and dynamic spine and how to estimate the proper spine for your bow. And it shows several other spine testers.
Bow woods This is a list of my opinion about various woods I've tried in bow limbs.
Finishes This is a list of my opinion about various finishes I've tried.
Glue These are my thoughts on various glues used in making bows and arrows, their advantages and disadvantages, and where to get them.
What to do with scrap wood After all, you only need so many tip overlays.
Violin build along This is my first violin and is posted more for your entertainment than for your education. Please keep that in mind.
How to make a wooden tankard This is a good thing to know if you're into renaissance festivals.
I added a video on how to dye a bamboo backed bow.
I made a major boo boo on the wooden tankard build along. I'm surprised nobody else caught it. Or maybe you were just too polite to say anything. It is fixed now.
I finished the backplate on my violin and have it glued to the ribs, and I updated the violin build along with new pictures and stuff.
I added a link to a bamboo backed Osage recurve build along I recently did on TradGang.
I added an article on how to take care of your bow.
I added an article on various glues used in making bows and arrows, including their uses, advantages, disadvantages, and where to get them.
I added a tutorial on how to make a wooden tankard.
I added an article on what to do with your scrap wood.
I added a bamboo recurve build along.
I added a few more picture to page 4 of the violin build along.
I added a video tutorial on how to make a Flemish bowstring. It's 40 minutes long. I didn't do any editing. Oh, and I also found John Scifres' old web page on the Wayback Machine. There's a lot of good build along on there and well-worth checking out. I read his stuff religiously when I was learning how to make bows, and I still like to look at them. His build alongs were a big inspiration for the how I do build alongs.
Somebody opened an account and started a thread on The Leatherwall pretending to be me. It's not me, and I don't know what the deal is with that. His handle on the leatherwall is Poorfolk Bows, and he calls himself Sam Harper.
I did a wee bit of editing on the red oak build along and the bamboo backed ipe build along, and I fixed a few dead links. I also added a bunch of links to the other bow building sites page.