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Woodcraft of Woodcraft of Tulsa


Woodcraft of Tulsa

Highland Plaza Next to Southroads
5511 E. 41st
Tulsa, OK 74135
Call Us: 918-384-0100
Fax Us: 918-622-1445
  • Sunday: 12 PM - 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

Mark McNutt
Mark has been with the Tulsa Woodcraft store for some time now and has been the Manager since the Fall of 2006. Mark has a wide understanding on many aspects of woodworking and cabinet construction (Jimmy believes he knows everything). He will be more than happy to help you in any way that he can.
Steve Singleterry
Steve is a great wealth of knowledge. If any of us has a question, we seek him out to find the answer. He teaches many of our classes and has a great general knowledge on almost every aspect of woodworking. Come pick his brain.
Harold Brownell
AKA "Abe", Harold has been working wood for twenty years. For the last several years, he has been woodworking seriously adding to his knowledge and experience. He thinks woodworking is a fascinating field.
Flo Hancock
Flo started woodworking as a woodcarver. She then discovered the lathe and liked wood turning even better. She has made furniture, taught at the store and does wood-burning. But of all, she likes wood turning on the lathe - that's her favorite thing!
Larry Exendine
Larry has been with the Tulsa woodcraft for a while now. You can see one of his bowls utilized by Tim Yoder in his video for beginners. Larry teaches several classes on wood-turning and is a lot of fun to be around. He has also become one of our great instructors in woodturning.
Mark Steinle
Mark has completed a wide array of "one-of-a-kind" woodworking projects - most of the projects are of his own design. These range from shop benches, saw & lathe stands to furniture items like bookcases, bunk beds and step-stools. He enjoys building various wooden children's toys and has completed a rustic 3 - story playhouse.
Nathan Blackward
Nathan started woodworking as a "step & fetch" for a local builder. His natural desire is to constantly improve by learning new skills and loves the diversity of woodworking - from old school craftsman's techniques to "more power" machinery and tools. Each project is unique and each piece of wood is "One of a Kind."
Meg Benton
Meg specializes in wood inlays and laser engraving. She also has experience in making wooden jewelry and other attractive and functional wooden personal items.
Jo Smith
Bill Shirley
Bill is a trim carpenter and cabinet maker and enjoys working with exotic woods and veneers. He likes to build mission style lamps and furniture.
Dianne Whalen
Diane is an avid turner who enjoys making utilitarian projects, such as pens and bowls. She likes working in both exotic woods and acrylics. She especially enjoys experimenting with different types of finishes that accentuate the natural beauty of the material that she is working with.