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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

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Instructors
 
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.
 
 
 
Len Reinhardt
 
In 1997 Len decided to transition from the pharmaceutical industry to pursue his passion for furniture. Len's areas of expertise include application of wood finishes, antique restoration, repair of fine furniture, and custom cabinetry. Finishing is very important! How you finish a piece of work can make all the difference in the world in the final outcome. When you see Len in our store, be sure to share the progress of your current project, or discuss with him your finishing plans.
 
 
 
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
 
 
 
 
Judy Jones
 
Coming from a long line of carpenters, carvers, and cabinetmakers, JJ got into woodworking early. "I 'helped' in my Dad's shop almost from the time I could walk and talk. I was allowed to use the scraps to build my own projects." Limited working space means most of JJ's projects these days are small scale; jewelry boxes, music boxes, and bandsawn boxes are particular favorites. "At the moment the only furniture projects I can manage are miniatures in doll house scale." Most recently JJ has been learning to carve and turn wood at the lathe. With more than 20 years of experience in formal and informal education, JJ is also enjoying the opportunity to introduce others to woodworking through Woodcraft University.
 
 
 
Debra Crane
 
Debra Crane is a retired software developer who has been woodworking off and on for the past 20 years. In the early years her projects included simple pieces of furniture, storage solutions and carpentry projects. But when she bought her first scroll saw in 2001, she knew she had found her real delight: making gifts that are beautiful and functional. She especially likes projects that cultivate her skills in scrolling, carving, pyrography and intarsia. She also enjoys introducing others to the artistic side of woodworking. In 2003 Debra began studying intarsia at Roberts Studio in Seymour, TN, with Judy Gale Roberts and Jerry Booher. Later that same year, she began working at the Woodcraft store in Franklin, TN, as a retail associate. As the store grew, Debra was asked to conduct in-store scroll saw demonstrations. In 2004, she began teaching hands-on classes for both beginners and intermediate scrollers. In 2006, she expanded her classes to include instructional seminars and multi-day hands-on intarsia classes using methods and techniques employed at Roberts Studio. To see some of her work visit www.DebraCraneWoodworks.com.