Turning Plates & Platters with Rick Angus

Wooden plates & platters are great projects to expand your bowl making skills and are a great way to use up off cuts from other projects that are not using thick stock.

Turning Plates & Platters with Rick Angus

Wooden plates & platters are great projects to expand your bowl making skills and are a great way to use up off cuts from other projects that are not using thick stock.

Unique & Creative Surfaces w Tim Coleman

Join nationally known furniture maker, Tim Coleman for this fascinating look into various techniques to create visually exciting textures and patterns to furniture surfaces. In this class with Tim students will explore two primary techniques to embellish surfaces with patterns and texture using a few simple tools and a scroll saw.

Using a Shellac Finish with John Coffey

In a two-day class, John will cover some of the basic qualities of shellac and alcohol— how to buy it, how to mix it, and most importantly, how to apply it! Students will learn the many ways in which furniture can be finished with shellac. They will learn brushing, padding, and a primer on French polishing.

Using Wooden Molding Planes with Planemaker Matt Bickford

Stop making compromises with your router. Stop getting “close enough”. Learn how to use some of the most abundant molding planes of the past to get the exact profile you are after.

Wood Finishing Weekend – The Basics of Color and Topcoats with Mike Mascelli

This two day class is tailored especially for woodworkers who are uneasy about the finishing process and wish to master the basic knowledge and techniques that will enable professional finishing results using easily available materials.

Woodturning II - The Next Step! - with Rick Angus

Now that you have made a few bowls on a glue block, join us to learn the next level of cross-grain bowl turning techniques.

Yes Folks- There Really are more than 10 ways to cut Dovetails! with Bob Van Dyke

In woodworking- like a lot of things- there is no one “right” way- there are bunches of different ways to accomplish the same thing and that is what this class is all about. I will not be telling you what I think is the "best" way- that is for you to decide- and you will have the opportunity to learn a number of different methods.