If you want to turn your woodworking into a business, then there are multiple things that you need to consider. You need to look at the initial financing session, the niche or specialisation that you are going into regarding your specific woodworking products, and more importantly, how you plan to get your name out into the world for people to purchase your products from.
Luckily, many of those problems are solved with two things: an accountant, and the internet. With sites such as Etsy, eBay, Amazon and more, you have more than enough options when it comes to selling your products and getting your name out there. You could even start looking at social media profiles, SEO and digital marketing and so much more. You can corner entire markets within cities or countries if you get the right people behind you.
The issue really comes down to the initial financing section and turning your investment into a profit. In addition, you want to make sure that any profits you do make are accounted for. There are many other issues to look at such as the cost of sales, the sales volume per raw materials purchased, time vs profit and much more.
That is what an accountant can help you with. There is an accountant firm that I would recommend, but if you are not in America you should immediately start to research accountants who charge per month at first. They will help you with the initial investment funds needed, including how you could find that financing. From there, they could help you budget your exact raw materials and sales cost available compared to how many products you need to sell after website and sales taxes.
There is a lot more that goes into it, so I would recommend looking into an accountant during the start up phases. If they make money for you immediately, stick with them!