Woodworking I
Walnut Jewelry Box

A hands-on course that covers the basic concepts of woodworking and furniture making, this eight-session (or 4 day) class is a combination of demonstrations and hands-on practice. General shop safety (with particular concentration on using the tablesaw) is emphasized. Students will utilize the skills, techniques, and tools (both machine and hand tools) being taught in the class in the making of a walnut box for storing jewelry or a variety of other personal items. Skills learned will provide a strong foundation for subsequent furniture-making classes. Class size is limited to 9 students. Tuition: $495.00 plus materials ($59.00)

Section 112021A: Saturday & Sunday, November 20 & 21 and December 4 & 5, 9:30AM—5:00PM

Section 011222A: Wednesday evenings, January 12 – March 2, 6:00pm – 9:30pm

Section 012422A: Monday evenings, January 24 – March 14, 6:00pm – 9:30pm

Section 031222A: Saturday & Sunday, March 12, 13, 19 & 20, 9:30AM—5:00PM

(Note: Tim Spratlin is the instructor for these classes)

(This class is a required prerequisite for other classes in the “Fundamentals of Furniture-making” series (Woodworking II & III) and has always proven worthwhile to beginner and advanced students alike. IT IS NOT A PREREQUISITE FOR ANY OTHER CLASSES ON THE SCHEDULE)