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$300.00

All Levels

Epoxy River Style Charcuterie Board

with Nickolas Knue

Part 1: Tuesday, April 9, 4 PM - 6 PM

Part 2: Tuesday, April 16, 4 PM - 7 PM

CLS1263 - Have you been wanting to learn how to use epoxy? Have you been wanting to make a river table but don’t know where to start? Or, are you a foodie that wants to up your serving game? If any of these fit you then you are looking in the right place. In this two-evening class you will be learning how to use epoxy, the importance of prep work when using epoxy, and having fun along the way. You will be making an 18” x 12” charcuterie board to take home and show off or give as a gift! You will be using a table saw, planer, router table, and sanders to accomplish this task. We can’t wait to have you in this class and teach you what you want to learn about epoxy. (The wood choice is based on the instructor’s hardwood slab availability) (you will have a huge variety of choice for epoxy color)

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$500.00

All Levels

Build a StewMac Acoustic Guitar Kit

with Passang Bhote

Part 1: Saturday, April 13, 3 PM - 9 PM

Part 2: Sunday, April 14, 4 PM - 7 PM

CLS1225 - In this two day, 12 hour total, weekend class, students will build their own guitar from a StewMac Guitar Kit (StewMac 16631 - Retail - $399.99) which is included in the cost of the class. This is an easier class than our normal Acoustic Building Class as more of the work is done for you so it is great for Teenagers and also Adults who are looking to build their first guitar. Passang Bhote is a talented Luthier and a patient instructor. He will walk you thru completing the kit. He will also explain the steps to put a finish on your guitar which you will do at home after the class.

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$125.00

Beginner

Woodturning Date Night With Devon Palmer

with Devon Palmer

Wednesday, April 17, 6 PM - 9 PM

CLS1152 - It's a Date! In this class, you and your partner will learn how to cut pen blanks, drill and mount the blanks on the lathe, turn the pen barrels and apply finish. Devon will first demo and review the process. Each of you will turn your pen taking the steps Devon featured with the final step of assembling the pen. Each student will complete a pen that they will be proud to show off during the class. No experience is necessary!

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$95.00

Beginner

Pens, Pens, Pens

with Tom Wood

Thursday, April 18, 6 PM - 9 PM

CLS1084 - This is a great way to learn about turning wood on a Lathe. Before you buy a Lathe, you can learn about how to safely use it and the tools and accessories needed to make a ballpoint or Rolling Ball pen and also pencils! Once you gain this experience, it opens up the opportunity to take a number of other turning classes we offer. Turning items on the Lathe will allow you to make items for yourself as well as distinctive and beautiful gifts for friends and family. Students in this class will learn how to cut pen blanks, drill and mount the blanks on the lathe, turn the pen barrels and apply the finish. The final step will be assembling the pen. Each student will complete a pen they will be proud of during the class to take home and show friends and family.

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$120.00

All Levels

Bandsaw Basics/Box

with Passang Bhote

Friday, April 19, 6 PM - 9 PM

CLS1268 - Join Passang Bhote and learn all about one of the most versatile machines in the woodshop! In this class, students will learn the anatomy of the bandsaw, blade types and how to set up and maintain a bandsaw. This class is a perfect for those looking to become more familiar with the bandsaw and its operations and also for someone interested in buying a bandsaw! You will make a real cool Bandsaw Box with two drawers!

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$135.00

Beginner

Intro To Spindle Turning

with Devon Palmer

Saturday, April 20, 9 AM - 5 PM

CLS1104 - Explore woodturning with this introductory class to spindle turning. Learn how to use and sharpen basic woodturning tools: spindle gouges, roughing gouges, scrapers, parting tool and the skew. We'll cover basic safety, lathe setup, mounting/chucking of wood and basic cuts with each of the tools. We'll finish the day using the developed skills in turning and finishing a bottle stopper.

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$100.00

Beginner

Carving A Basic Spoon

with Laura Gorun

Sunday, April 21, 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM

CLS1142 - In this one day class, students will learn the basic considerations involved in carving a basic kitchen spoon, one of the most comprehensive and practical carving exercises available. You will learn about wood selection, carving characteristics, preparing blanks, basic carving techniques, and a traditional oil finish which may be applied not only to carving spoons, but to most any kind of carving. Students are offered a 10% discount on tools and supplies purchased for this class. Reference materials and hardwood blanks will be provided.

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$85.00

Beginner

Crushed Stone Inlay Ring

with Passang Bhote

Sunday, April 21, 6 PM - 9 PM

CLS1233 - This class is a great way for you to learn to make your own crushed stone or opal inlay rings, using the lathe to help with the process. Ring sizes are required upon signing up for the class so if the store doesn't have them we can get them ordered for you (if we have to order your size, make sure to allow time to come in)! The instructor will bring several colors of inlay materials to choose from, to make your ring unique! Each student will come away with some familiarity with using a mandrill and bushings on a lathe, as well as some basic jewelry inlay techniques, not to mention their own beautiful ring, and the knowledge to make more! The ring blank cost is not included in the class, each student will need to purchase the ring blank and a 10% discount will be applied. You will then need to bring it to the class with you.

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$100.00

All Levels

Knifemaking Class

with Brad Hunt

Tuesday, April 23, 6 PM - 9 PM

CLS1100 - In this class, expert knifemaker, Brad Hunt, will guide you, step by step, through the process of making a knife from a kit and scales that you’ll purchase at the store prior to the class (students receive 10% off for class materials!). You’ll leave the class with a knife you’ve made yourself, and the knowledge to make more in the future; once you’ve made a knife, you’ll surely want to make more! We have a wide range of knife kits and scales at the store; to help you choose, check out Brad’s website, where he explains the process and difficulty of various types of kits: www.bradfordhuntdesign.com. Brad will also have a selection of his own unique and stunning knife scales available for purchase at the class.

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$100.00

All Levels

Intro to Using Hand Tools

with Neil Donovan

Thursday, April 25, 6 PM - 9 PM

New and even experienced woodworkers sometimes ask if they should be learning about the old-school hand tools such as hand planes, chisels and cabinet scrapers. The answer is a resounding YES! This class is designed to introduce woodworkers at all levels to these valuable, time saving tools. In many, projects, there is no substitute for a hand plane. Chisels are ideal for paring, slicing and creating traditional joinery such as dovetails and mortise and tenons. Cabinet scrapers excel at finish work with challenging wood grain patterns. 10% Discount for any Hand Tool you decide to purchase. Bring the planes, chisels and scrapers to class that you currently own! Students will be exposed to sharpening and tool techniques that they that they will be able to practice and master upon the conclusion of the class. The course will be taught by Neil Donovan, life-long woodworker, who provides clear, patient instruction.

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$175.00

Beginner

Date Night Crushed Stone Inlay Ring

with Passang Bhote

Friday, April 26, 6 PM - 9 PM

CLS1237 - This date night class is a great way for you and your partner to learn to make your own crushed stone or opal inlay rings, using the lathe to help with the process. Ring sizes are required upon signing up for the class so if the store doesn't have them we can get them ordered for you (if we have to order your size, make sure to allow time to come in)! The instructor will bring several colors of inlay materials to choose from, to make your ring unique! Each student will come away with some familiarity with using a mandrill and bushings on a lathe, as well as some basic jewelry inlay techniques, not to mention their own beautiful ring, and the knowledge to make more! The ring blank cost is not included in the class, each student will need to purchase the ring blank and a 10% discount will be applied. You will then need to bring it to the class with you.

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$350.00

All Levels

Ron Campbell Bird Class

with Ron Campbell

Part 1: Saturday, May 4, 9 AM - 5 PM

Part 2: Sunday, May 5, 9 AM - 5 PM

We have changed the format as we will be providing everything to complete this project in the way of equipment and supplies. Turning, Carving, Pyrography and Dry Brush Painting all in one, two full days, class. Your instructor will be Ron Campbell who will show you how to make one of his "Pinguins" out of a Bowling Pin! We are providing all the equipment to complete this class (carving/pyrography/painting). All items will be provided including the Bowling Pin, Paint Brushes and Paint. This is a list of the equipment that will be used in the class which you can purchase, if you so choose. at a 20% off discount for each: 853497 Dremel 3000 Rotary Tool 145075 8 PC CARB DBL CUT BURRS 1/8 S 162416 WR Carbide Burr 20pc 3mm sh 160537 Razertip Bird Carver's 8-Tip Set 160476 Razertip Single Pen Pwr Supply 120V If you already have the necessary equipment listed above, you will get a $50 discount.

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$95.00

All Levels

Table Saw 101

with Mark Stone

Tuesday, May 7, 6 PM - 9 PM

CLS1065 - The Table saw has been at the center of every workshop since it's inception in the late 1700's. Join Mark to learn the basics of one of any woodshop's most versatile machines. You'll be shown how to set up and maintain the machine, as well as how to make a variety of typical cuts, as we walk through making a box you'll take home. This class is a perfect intro or refresher for the table saw - good for all experience levels.

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$300.00

All Levels

Epoxy River Style Charcuterie Board

with Nickolas Knue

Part 1: Thursday, May 9, 4 PM - 6 PM

Part 2: Thursday, May 16, 4 PM - 7 PM

CLS1263 - Have you been wanting to learn how to use epoxy? Have you been wanting to make a river table but don’t know where to start? Or, are you a foodie that wants to up your serving game? If any of these fit you then you are looking in the right place. In this two-evening class you will be learning how to use epoxy, the importance of prep work when using epoxy, and having fun along the way. You will be making an 18” x 12” charcuterie board to take home and show off or give as a gift! You will be using a table saw, planer, router table, and sanders to accomplish this task. We can’t wait to have you in this class and teach you what you want to learn about epoxy. (The wood choice is based on the instructor’s hardwood slab availability) (you will have a huge variety of choice for epoxy color)

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$135.00

Beginner

Intro To Spindle Turning

with Devon Palmer

Saturday, May 11, 9 AM - 5 PM

CLS1104 - Explore woodturning with this introductory class to spindle turning. Learn how to use and sharpen basic woodturning tools: spindle gouges, roughing gouges, scrapers, parting tool and the skew. We'll cover basic safety, lathe setup, mounting/chucking of wood and basic cuts with each of the tools. We'll finish the day using the developed skills in turning and finishing a bottle stopper.

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$85.00

All Levels

Intro To Pyrography

with Christian Casas

Saturday, May 11, 6 PM - 9 PM

Learn to create decorative designs with a wood-burning tool in this beginner-friendly class. Christian Casas will lead you through the steps from strategy to execution of your first piece. Learn how to prepare a wooden surface, transfer a design, and use a wood-burning tool to create lines and color on a wooden object. In this class, I will teach you how to use an essential pyrography tool to turn a simple fern design into a beautiful piece of wood-burned art. You will learn about the required tools and materials and how to use everything safely. We’ll go through some types of surfaces you can burn on, different burners and nibs, how to transfer the design onto the wood, burning techniques, and what finishes to use to seal and protect your art. This class is suitable for beginners; no prior experience is necessary. All materials and machines are PROVIDED for this class. If you decide to purchase any equipment used in the class (new) there would be a 10% discount. Pyrography is a beautiful craft suitable for all skill levels. You can use it to create many different items for yourself or gifts for others: jewelry, photo frames, furniture, wall decor, candle holders, wedding decor, memorial pieces… The list goes on! It also doesn’t have to be about the finished work, as the nature of burning is a great mindfulness practice - if you get a beautiful piece of art at the end, then that’s a bonus!

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$165.00

Intermediate

Intro To Bowl Turning

with Devon Palmer

Sunday, May 12, 9 AM - 5 PM

CLS1111 - In this course, students will learn how to turn a small wooden bowl from green wood. They'll go through the process of selecting, preparing, and mounting the wood on the lathe, discuss tool selection/use and sharpening, shaping/turning of the outside/inside, sanding/finishing and drying of green wood.

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$85.00

All Levels

Wooden Inlay Ring

with Passang Bhote

Friday, May 17, 6 PM - 9 PM

This class is a great way for you to learn to make your own wooden inlay rings, using the lathe and your own scrap wood. Ring sizes are required upon signing up for the class so if the store doesn't have them we can get them ordered for you (if we have to order your size, make sure to allow time to come in)! The instructor will bring several types of inlay species to choose from, to make your ring unique! Each student will come away with some familiarity with using a mandrel and bushings on a lathe, as well as some basic jewelry inlay techniques, not to mention their own beautiful ring, and the knowledge to make more! The ring blank cost is not included in the class, each student will need to purchase the ring blank and a 10% discount will be applied. You will then need to bring it to the class with you.

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$100.00

All Levels

Intro to Chip Carving

with Chris Zaenger

Saturday, May 18, 11 AM - 3 PM

Chip Carving, which was started in Germany, is a style of carving in which knives or chisels are used to remove small chips of the material from a flat surface in a single piece. Chris Zaenger will show you the various cuts and demo how they are done while you complete the two projects shown in the picture. You will need to purchase a chip carving knife similar to Item # 187173 Chip Carving Knife Set for $29.99 at a 10% discount or Item # 05Z21 #2 Chip Carving Knife for $24.99 at a 10% discount. Please purchase one or the other at least a week prior to the class so you can be assured of its availability.

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$175.00

All Levels

Date Nite Wooden Inlay Ring

with Passang Bhote

Saturday, May 18, 6 PM - 9 PM

This date night class is a great way for you and your partner to learn to make your own wooden inlay rings, using the lathe and your own scrap wood. Ring sizes are required upon signing up for the class so if the store doesn't have them we can get them ordered for you (if we have to order your size, make sure to allow time to come in)! The instructor will bring several species of inlay materials to choose from, to make your ring unique! Each student will come away with some familiarity with using a mandrill and bushings on a lathe, as well as some basic jewelry inlay techniques, not to mention their own beautiful ring, and the knowledge to make more! The ring blank cost is not included in the class, each student will need to purchase the ring blank and a 10% discount will be applied. You will then need to bring it to the class with you.

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$350.00

All Levels

Epoxy River Style Charcuterie Board

with Nickolas Knue

Part 1: Sunday, May 19, 12 PM - 3 PM

Part 2: Sunday, May 26, 12 PM - 2 PM

CLS1263 - Have you been wanting to learn how to use epoxy? Have you been wanting to make a river table but don’t know where to start? Or, are you a foodie that wants to up your serving game? If any of these fit you then you are looking in the right place. In this two-evening class you will be learning how to use epoxy, the importance of prep work when using epoxy, and having fun along the way. You will be making an 18” x 12” charcuterie board to take home and show off or give as a gift! You will be using a table saw, planer, router table, and sanders to accomplish this task. We can’t wait to have you in this class and teach you what you want to learn about epoxy. (The wood choice is based on the instructor’s hardwood slab availability) (you will have a huge variety of choice for epoxy color)

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$100.00

All Levels

Knifemaking Class

with Brad Hunt

Tuesday, May 21, 6 PM - 9 PM

CLS1100 - In this class, expert knifemaker, Brad Hunt, will guide you, step by step, through the process of making a knife from a kit and scales that you’ll purchase at the store prior to the class (students receive 10% off for class materials!). You’ll leave the class with a knife you’ve made yourself, and the knowledge to make more in the future; once you’ve made a knife, you’ll surely want to make more! We have a wide range of knife kits and scales at the store; to help you choose, check out Brad’s website, where he explains the process and difficulty of various types of kits: www.bradfordhuntdesign.com. Brad will also have a selection of his own unique and stunning knife scales available for purchase at the class.

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$350.00

All Levels

Make A Mandolin

with Passang Bhote

Part 1: Friday, May 24, 3 PM - 9 PM

Part 2: Saturday, May 25, 4 PM - 9 PM

CLS1222 - In this class students will learn how to make a mandolin using a solo kit. students will walk away with a playable mandolin. The finishing will have to be done after the class personally at home. Join Passang Bhote for a fun filled instrument making class and if you have any questions about instrument making come in and talk to him!

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$100.00

All Levels

Router Basics

with Passang Bhote

Wednesday, May 29, 6 PM - 9 PM

In our Router Basics class, you'll delve into the fundamentals of using a woodworking router with precision and creativity. Whether you're a novice woodworker or looking to expand your skills, this course is designed for you. Discover the various types of routers and their applications, learn essential safety practices, and gain hands-on experience in creating designs, smooth edges, and precise joints. From shaping edges to carving intricate patterns, this class will equip you with the knowledge and confidence to harness the versatility of woodworking routers and turn your projects into works of art.

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$950.00

Intermediate

Building An Electric Guitar

with Ed Panzer

Part 1: Friday, May 31, 9 AM - 6 PM

Part 2: Saturday, June 1, 9 AM - 6 PM

Part 3: Sunday, June 2, 9 AM - 6 PM

CLS1143 - This is a great opportunity to make a Tele-Type Guitar for yourself or give the class as a gift for someone that loves to play guitars! This class is designed to accommodate the beginner/intermediate woodworker in building their own electric guitar learning basic woodworking techniques in the process. The process will be broken down in bite sized tasks that enable the student to get a clear understanding of the various steps in making an electric guitar. This is not a kit guitar! You are building it from scratch! You will learn how to make a body, hand carve a neck, install a truss rod and install the fret board after you install frets and slot a nut. Finally, you will learn how to wire it up (CTS Pots and Switchcraft Output Jack) and to properly setup a guitar to play perfectly for you. Each guitar will be completed before leaving the class, however, painting/finishing the guitar will be left to the student to complete after the class at home. Finishing techniques will be discussed to provide guidance and Ed will be available to answer questions after the class. Ed is a professional guitar maker, with vast experience making both acoustic and electric guitars. Sign up and make your own guitar!

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$80.00

All Levels

Make A Barn Quilt

with Nickolas Knue

Monday, June 3, 4 PM - 7 PM

Explore your creative side in our enchanting Barn Quilt class. Immerse yourself in the art of crafting stunning, rustic barn quilts out of wood. Whether you're a seasoned artisan or a novice, our expert instructor will guide you through the process, from selecting vibrant wood species to mastering intricate geometric designs. Unleash your inner craftsman while connecting with fellow enthusiasts in a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Join us and transform simple wooden boards into captivating pieces of folk art, adding a touch of rustic charm to your humble abode. Don't miss this chance to craft, connect, and create with us. There aren't any power tools used in this class. pieces and kits will be precut for each participant.

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$300.00

All Levels

Epoxy River Style Charcuterie Board

with Nickolas Knue

Part 1: Tuesday, June 4, 4 PM - 6 PM

Part 2: Tuesday, June 11, 4 PM - 7 PM

CLS1263 - Have you been wanting to learn how to use epoxy? Have you been wanting to make a river table but don’t know where to start? Or, are you a foodie that wants to up your serving game? If any of these fit you then you are looking in the right place. In this two-evening class you will be learning how to use epoxy, the importance of prep work when using epoxy, and having fun along the way. You will be making an 18” x 12” charcuterie board to take home and show off or give as a gift! You will be using a table saw, planer, router table, and sanders to accomplish this task. We can’t wait to have you in this class and teach you what you want to learn about epoxy. (The wood choice is based on the instructor’s hardwood slab availability) (you will have a huge variety of choice for epoxy color)

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$150.00

All Levels

Accented Cutting Boards For Duos

with Nickolas Knue

Wednesday, June 5, 5 PM - 8 PM

CLS1226 - In this class you, and instructor Nickolas Knue, will be making a simple cutting board with an accented end! We will be taking strips of wood and making them into an 11”x14” cutting board you can show off or give as a gift. The tools used will be a table saw, planer, and drum sander. This class is open to couples of any walk of life and parent child duos! Children 10 and up are welcome but only children 16 and up will be able to use the table saw due to safety reasons. We look forward to having you in this class here at Woodcraft Columbus!

$200.00

All Levels

Date Night Heart Shaped Cutting Boards!

with Nickolas Knue

Thursday, June 6, 4 PM - 7 PM

Get in the Loving spirit with Nickolas and make a heart shaped cutting board! In this class you'll learn the glue up process and the use of router templates to make shapes! We'll be using different colored wood strips to make a fun look and we'll have a blast doing it! You and your significant other or even a parent child duo could come and enjoy the fun! Tools used are the table saw, planer, bandsaw, drum sander, and router Children 10 and up can participate in the class, but only children 16 and up can use the router table and saw. All children under 18 will need to be accompanied by a legal guardian.

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$85.00

All Levels

Intro To Pyrography

with Christian Casas

Saturday, June 8, 12 PM - 3 PM

Learn to create decorative designs with a wood-burning tool in this beginner-friendly class. Christian Casas will lead you through the steps from strategy to execution of your first piece. Learn how to prepare a wooden surface, transfer a design, and use a wood-burning tool to create lines and color on a wooden object. In this class, I will teach you how to use an essential pyrography tool to turn a simple fern design into a beautiful piece of wood-burned art. You will learn about the required tools and materials and how to use everything safely. We’ll go through some types of surfaces you can burn on, different burners and nibs, how to transfer the design onto the wood, burning techniques, and what finishes to use to seal and protect your art. This class is suitable for beginners; no prior experience is necessary. All materials and machines are PROVIDED for this class. If you decide to purchase any equipment used in the class (new) there would be a 10% discount. Pyrography is a beautiful craft suitable for all skill levels. You can use it to create many different items for yourself or gifts for others: jewelry, photo frames, furniture, wall decor, candle holders, wedding decor, memorial pieces… The list goes on! It also doesn’t have to be about the finished work, as the nature of burning is a great mindfulness practice - if you get a beautiful piece of art at the end, then that’s a bonus!

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$125.00

Beginner

Woodturning Date Night With Devon Palmer

with Devon Palmer

Saturday, June 8, 6 PM - 9 PM

CLS1152 - It's a Date! In this class, you and your partner will learn how to cut pen blanks, drill and mount the blanks on the lathe, turn the pen barrels and apply finish. Devon will first demo and review the process. Each of you will turn your pen taking the steps Devon featured with the final step of assembling the pen. Each student will complete a pen that they will be proud to show off during the class. No experience is necessary!

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$85.00

Beginner

Crushed Stone Inlay Ring

with Passang Bhote

Friday, June 14, 6 PM - 9 PM

CLS1233 - This class is a great way for you to learn to make your own crushed stone or opal inlay rings, using the lathe to help with the process. Ring sizes are required upon signing up for the class so if the store doesn't have them we can get them ordered for you (if we have to order your size, make sure to allow time to come in)! The instructor will bring several colors of inlay materials to choose from, to make your ring unique! Each student will come away with some familiarity with using a mandrill and bushings on a lathe, as well as some basic jewelry inlay techniques, not to mention their own beautiful ring, and the knowledge to make more! The ring blank cost is not included in the class, each student will need to purchase the ring blank and a 10% discount will be applied. You will then need to bring it to the class with you.

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$175.00

Beginner