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Woodcraft of Woodcraft of Knoxville


Woodcraft of Knoxville

8023 Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN 37919
Call Us: (865) 539-9330
Fax Us: Call
  • Sunday: 12 PM - 5 PM
  • Monday: 9 AM - 7 PM
  • Tuesday: 9 AM - 7 PM
  • Wednesday: 9 AM - 7 PM
  • Thursday: 9 AM - 7 PM
  • Friday: 9 AM - 7 PM
  • Saturday: 9 AM - 6 PM

Drue Hogland
Drue is retired from a career in the Heavy Equipment Industry. Prior to retirement, he was a hobbiest woodworker. After his first class on the lathe, he quickly became addicted! Today, Drue is the President of the Smoky Mountain Woodturners.
Paul Rigney
Paul leads the Luthier Club every month on the second Sunday from 2 - 4:30.
Marvin Weaver
The Weaver family has been doing woodworking for years and it was just second nature for me to jump into woodworking. I been doing carpentry, trim work, cabinet making, furniture construction, and finishing for almost 30 years. Within the last five years I also picked up the pen turning bug but only dabble in the craft today. If I had to pass on words of advice to others, first, to buy the best tool you can afford. Second, stock prep is critical to a successful woodworking project, and third, 90% of a good finish is in the sanding.

For three years I was a regular customer at Knoxville Woodcraft prior to joining the team. The quality product and knowledgeable staff made Knoxville Woodcraft a great place to shop. Then, I thought, “The discounts are pretty good for employees, I can teach and I get to talk and do woodworking at work… why not be an employee.” Now I’ve been working at the Knoxville Woodcraft for five years as the Sales Floor Supervisor. Finally, keep in mind, woodworking is an opportunity to continue to learn and use mind and body. You can get beautiful things to keep and maybe give away in the process! - Marvin
Mike Gagin
Mike graduated in 2008 with a degree in Biology and Ecology from Appalacian State in Boone, North Carolina. While in school, he took electives in woodworking and chairmaking under Phil Armstrong. During his junior year, he was a supervisor in a college woodworking shop. He currently works at a custom cabinet shop here in Knoxville.