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Woodcraft of Woodcraft of Fort Worth


Woodcraft of Fort Worth

754 Grapevine Hwy
Hurst, TX 76054
Call Us: (682) 334-1025
Fax Us: (682) 334-1028
  • Sunday: 11 AM - 5 PM
  • Monday: 9 AM - 7 PM
  • Tuesday: 9 AM - 7 PM
  • Wednesday: 9 AM - 7 PM
  • Thursday: 9 AM - 9 PM
  • Friday: 9 AM - 7 PM
  • Saturday: 9 AM - 6 PM

Dennis Furlow
Fort Worth's store manager, Dennis Furlow has been woodworking for over 30 years. For many years on a part time basis making kitchen cabinets and furniture. Many hours were spent in the restoration of his current 1925 era house in Fort Worth.
From complete kitchen remodeling to rewiring. The last 10 years were spent building arts and crafts style furniture as well as Shaker style furniture. He has built many sizes of the Shaker oval box ranging from finger ring size to coffee table size. He also enjoys collecting antique woodworking tools and making "wooden neckties".
Judie Stratemeier
Judie is the sweetheart of Woodcraft, devoted to our customers and highly knowledgeable in many areas of woodworking. Judie comes from a long line of crafted woodworkers. She was taught to notice and appreciate great craftsmanship at an early age by her grandfather, a highly skilled carpenter. Woodcraft is proud to have Judie as our store assistant manager.
Chris Denson
Chris began working full time at Woodcraft Ft Worth in 2003 At that time he knew very little about woodworking. Through the past couple of years though, he has gained a wealth of knowledge about almost every kind of woodwork. His interests were initially sparked by pen turning. Once he got started he quickly excelled to the point of teaching pen turning clases at the store. Now he enjoys turning bowls, boxes, hollow forms and hopes to one day be a professional woodturner.
Brent Denson
Brent is new to our Woodcraft family and has a strong background in metal/wood working. More to come as we unravel this mystery of his origin.
Lee Sutton
Wood has been a part of Lee's life since childhood. First as helper to a skilled father, then the desire to be a forest ranger. The ranger part didn't happen, but working in wood continued. Lee's first love is turning, but sawdust of any source is welcome. Working at Woodcraft gives him access to the "Big Boy's Toy Shop", and people who share similar interests. A little bit of greed and a lot of passion lured Lee out of retirement to join the Fort Worth Woodcraft team.
John Lester
John woodworking career dates back before... well he won't tell us. We know this much; He can build a whole kitchen set of cabinets in his sleep, Scroll saw the Sistine Chapel less then a hour blind-folded and the nicest old geezer you will ever meet. He has taught thousands of people woodworking and ran a woodworking school for the Fort Worth ISD. We are very lucky to have John on our staff because they don't make them like that anymore.