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Woodcraft of Woodcraft of Nashville


Woodcraft of Nashville

209 South Royal Oaks Blvd
Watson Glen Plaza
Franklin, TN 37064
Call Us: (615) 599-9638
Fax Us: 615-599-8524
  • 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

Bob Peters
Dave Dickinson
When I retired, we moved to Hot Springs, AR. A friend asked me to visit a very active woodworking group who met at the nearby junior college. He was also an avid turner, and thus I was hooked. I find my woodturning to be challenging and enjoyable.
David Sapp
David Sapp has been hooked on woodworking since he built a Rabbit memo holder at the age of 8. He was genetically predisposed as he is a 4th generation woodworker. From cabinet making, to woodturning, to woodcarving, David has never been afraid to tackle any woodworking project. David is a Master Windsor Chair Maker and President of the Tennessee Association of Woodturners. He also owns the Nashville Woodcraft Store.
Aaron Sapp
Aaron has been interested in woodworking since he was old enough to hold a hammer, and built a miniature table and chairs. He has built furniture, golf ball cases, framing and numerous other things. He is quite experienced with the Festool tools and with pen turning on the lathe. He has a Degree in Business, which will come in handy since he is an owner/manager of the store.
Sheila Collins
I have been a woodworker since I was a toddler playing in our family farm shop. Self-taught, I carved stylized quail around age nine using a wall mounted jig saw, a draw knife, rasp and sandpaper. In the third grade, I made replicas of Colonial tools without help and by twelve; I was using the table saw by myself building a desk organizer with drawers that my nephew’s children now use. Wood turning and box making are my favorites due to the infinite choices in materials and designs that make each one different. I also build custom furniture, most often starting with a picture and basic dimensions then designing my own plan.
Mike Zinser
My first woodworking experience started in my grandfather’s shop. For many years furniture was the primary focus, but after retirement, woodturning became my passion. I purchased a new lathe, took some classes to learn proper tool techniques and have experienced the pleasure from my turning and especially enjoy teaching wherever or whenever I find the opportunity.
Stan Shoemake
Stan is an electrical engineer from Mississippi State. He is retired from Bellsouth as a Manager for 31 years. Stan got involved in woodworking in the early '80's, as he and his wife combined talents and went to craft shows to exhibit some of their work. Stan enjoys various forms of woodworking from furniture building to woodturning to construction work. Stan puts his talent to good use as he is active in the church mission where he does a lot of construction work. Stan's other hobbies include photography and computers.