Learn the Craft of Windsor Chairmaking– Build this Perch Stool with David Douyard

This 3- day class will take you through the process of building a "Perch Stool", a variation of a Windsor style chair

Learn to cut Houndstooth Dovetails with Frank Strazza

In this two-day class Frank will guide you through the process to create his signature houndstooth dovetails.

Learn to Tune and Use a Japanese Hand Plane with Andrew Hunter

What seems like a simple tool, a blade and a block of wood, the Japanese plane (Kanna) is actually a very complex instrument with many subtle qualities. At the end of this three day course, each student will take home a fully operational Japanese hand plane and have the know how to keep is working right.

Learn to Turn Natural-Edge (Bark-Rim) Bowls with Rick Angus

Learn to Turn Natural-Edge (Bark-Rim) Bowls with Rick Angus

Learn To Turn Solid Wood Globlets with Rick Angus

Solid wood goblets are an elegant project and a great way to advance your skills.

Make a Cracked Ice Parquet Tabletop with Tim Coleman

This new weekend class with well known Furniture maker Tim Coleman encourages students to jump into the exciting world of making dynamic patterns using shop-sawn veneers.

Make a Dovetailed & Kumiko Tea Chest with Mike Pekovich

Sharing a cup of tea with friends is a nice way to spend an afternoon or end a meal. The experience is made even better by serving up tea selections in a handmade chest.

Make a Dovetailed & Kumiko Tea Chest with Mike Pekovich

Sharing a cup of tea with friends is a nice way to spend an afternoon or end a meal. The experience is made even better by serving up tea selections in a handmade chest.

Make a Dovetailed, Veneered & Inlaid Box with Bob Van Dyke

In this 6-day class students will get the chance to learn a whole lot of new skills all packed into one small project. This elegant box features dovetails, working with veneer, an inlaid banding on the top and a really cool technique for accurately setting hinges.

Making Tablesaw Jigs & Fixtures with Bob Van Dyke

The idea of making jigs and fixtures for the tablesaw is always one that creates a lot of debate. Some people insist that they are not worth it and “just do it by hand” while other people love coming up with intricate fixtures that do a specific job really well. This class is Not a beginning tablesaw class. Participants must have some working experience with Tablesaws & routers.