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Phone:
(440) 232-7979
Fax:
(440) 232-7977
Email:
cleveland@woodcraft.com

23226 Broadway Ave
Oakwood Village, OH 44146
USA

Hours of Operation

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

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Two Wooden Utility Boxes.. with: Tim Baylor
Beginner/Intermediate

Part 1: Saturday, April 27, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 2: Sunday, April 28, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses & Hearing Protection
Description: We will use the jointer, thickness planer, miter saw, table saw and router table to make two of my favorite utility boxes. The techniques learned in this class can be applied to make a box of any size. Our first requires no hardware. We will make it large enough to hold a 8.5 x 11 ream of paper. Your second box can be any size as well. We will make it 16" x 12" or smaller if you like. I use this style of box to hold items with multiple parts. This style of box also makes an excellent briefcase. Hinges and latches for the second box will be provided as part of your materials.
Tuition: $120.00

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SAWDUST CLUB with: Woodcraft Staff
All

Thursday, May 2, 6 PM - 8 PM

Description: Join fellow woodworkers the first Thursday of every month for fellowship, demonstrations, and construction of projects. We meet every month at 6:00 pm at Woodcraft and always welcome new members and visitors.
Tuition: $0.00

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Mythological Beast, Dragons & Unicorns Or Carvers Choice with: Joe Leonard
Beginner/Intermediate

Saturday, May 4, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Call Store For List.
Description: Please join professional carver Joe Leonard in this unique class. Come relief Carve either a dragon or unicorn. What is a Dragon? A mythological beast, usually described as a reptilian animal with wings and a tail. They have the ability to fly and breathe fire. They have long been associated with magic as well. What is a Unicorn? The Unicorn a symbol of nobility, purity and innocence, will always be one of the most beautiful creatures ever conceived by the mind of man. They have long been associated with magic as well.
Tuition: $80.00

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THE BASIC BOWL – FROM TREE TO TABLE. with: Dave Sanborn
Beginner/Intermediate

Thursday, May 9, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses And If Available; Bowl Turning Tools.
Description: This class will cover the basic steps required and answer your questions as you turn your first bowl. Do I want to turn green wood or dry blanks? I don't live on a farm, where do I find the logs to make green blanks? I found someone who wants a tree cut up, what's the best way to cut and store the logs? Where do I find dry blanks? Do they turn different than green blanks? Do I want to use conventional or carbide tools? We will spend the first part of the class discussing these issues as well as any others that you may have – Dave will explain the various choices and alternatives as well as demonstrate the basic mounts and steps involved in making a bowl. Late morning each student will have an opportunity to practice each tool on the practice blank Dave has mounted. Then each student will take a blank "from the tree to the table."
Tuition: $80.00

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Bowl Turning, Beyond The Basics' with: Dave Sanborn
Intermediate/Advanced

Saturday, May 11, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Prerequisite: Basic Bowl From Tree To Table
Tools Required: Safety Glasses, Hearing Protection & Turning Tools If You Have Them
Description: If you have mastered basic bowl turning and want to jump to the next level, then this is the class for you. In this class we will cover the use of various tool techniques to achieve the best possible finish on your bowl prior to sanding using both carbide and conventional scrapers and gouges. Dave will also show you a few "tricks" and techniques to enhance the quality of troublesome soft/punky wood and reduce tareout and enhance sanding. We will also cover the basics of sharpening both gouges and scrapers - sharp tools are essential for a quality finish. We will end with disscussion and demonstration of various final finishes and the use of the Beal Buffing System.
Tuition: $80.00

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Pen Turning, The Beginning with: Dave Sanborn
Beginner

Sunday, May 12, 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses And Turning Tools If You Have Them
Description: If you are interested in how to turn a pen, then this is the class for you. In this class, Dave will take you through the steps of turning a Beautiful Wall Street II pen on the lathe. You will take home a completed Wall Street II pen. Don't miss out on the fun.
Tuition: $65.00

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Four Step Cabinet Making. with: Dave Kovach
Beginner/Intermediate

Part 1: Saturday, May 18, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 2: Sunday, May 19, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses & Hearing Protection
Description: The furniture that the Shakers built is making an amazing comeback., but what if your skills need polishing in order to join the furniture revolution? This four step classes will take you through the woodworking process. STEP ONE: Material prep will utilize the jointer, planer, table saw, chop saw as well as hand planes. STEP TWO: This step will be in Carcass construction, both traditional and modern carcass making techniques will be demonstrated and used I order to construct the cabinet carcass. Included will be dovetailing, mortise and tenon, dado and pocket holes. STEP THREE: When most non-woodworkers look at a cabinet, all they see are the doors and drawers. Students will cut a door panel as well as rails and stiles using a router table. STEP FOUR: Making the drawer. Drawers are the most abused form of woodworking. Nothing will undergo the constant open and shut problems that they have to endure. This final Step will teach the student how to properly construct and install the drawer for your cabinet. If you are interested in beginning woodworking or honing your existing skills, then this is the class for you
Tuition: $200.00

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Walking Sticks/ Or Carvers Choice. with: Joe Leonard
Beginner/Intermediate

Saturday, June 1, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Call Store For List
Description: Please join professional carver Joe Leonard in this walking stick class. If you want to carve a different project just let us know and Joe will get you started in the right direction. Joe has completed projects for Euro Disney. Improve your skills while you learn from one of the best.
Tuition: $80.00
Tuition Notes: To Insure Your Spot In The Class, Payment Is Due At Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Granted Up To One Week Before The Class Date.

Call (440) 232-7979 To Sign Up

SAWDUST CLUB with: Woodcraft Staff
All

Thursday, June 6, 6 PM - 8 PM

Description: Join fellow woodworkers the first Thursday of every month for fellowship, demonstrations, and construction of projects. We meet every month at 6:00 pm at Woodcraft and always welcome new members and visitors.
Tuition: $0.00

Call (440) 232-7979 To Sign Up

THE BASIC BOWL – FROM TREE TO TABLE. with: Dave Sanborn
Beginner/Intermediate

Saturday, June 8, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses And If Available; Bowl Turning Tools.
Description: This class will cover the basic steps required and answer your questions as you turn your first bowl. Do I want to turn green wood or dry blanks? I don't live on a farm, where do I find the logs to make green blanks? I found someone who wants a tree cut up, what's the best way to cut and store the logs? Where do I find dry blanks? Do they turn different than green blanks? Do I want to use conventional or carbide tools? We will spend the first part of the class discussing these issues as well as any others that you may have – Dave will explain the various choices and alternatives as well as demonstrate the basic mounts and steps involved in making a bowl. Late morning each student will have an opportunity to practice each tool on the practice blank Dave has mounted. Then each student will take a blank "from the tree to the table."
Tuition: $80.00
Tuition Notes: To Insure Your Spot In The Class, Payment Is Due At Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Granted Up To One Week Before The Class Date.

Call (440) 232-7979 To Sign Up

Turning 101.5. with: Dave Sanborn
Beginner

Sunday, June 9, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield
Description: This class will provide you with valuable knowledge that you will continue to use in all your turnings. The second in a series taught by Dave Sanborn designed for the new or prospective turner. In the first class, we touched on the high points of both Spindle and Bowl (Face Plate) turning, today we will emphasize Spindle (Between Centers) turning. We will begin the day discussing the basic fundamentals of Spindle Turning. Several mounting techniques; between centers, four jaw chucks, jam chucks, etc., will be discussed and demonstrated. We will move on to learning how to turn basic coves and beads and do exercises to gain confidence with a spindle gouge. Nothing brings pride to a woodworker more than making things to display in their own home, so we will spend the afternoon using the skills we learned in the morning to make a Bud Vase that you will be proud to have in your home.
Tuition: $80.00
Tuition Notes: To Insure Your Spot Int The Class, Payment Is Due At The Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Granted Up To One Week Before Class Date.

Call (440) 232-7979 To Sign Up

Four Step Cabinet Making. with: Dave Kovach
Beginner/Intermediate

Part 1: Saturday, June 22, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 2: Sunday, June 23, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses & Hearing Protection
Description: The furniture that the Shakers built is making an amazing comeback., but what if your skills need polishing in order to join the furniture revolution? This four step classes will take you through the woodworking process. STEP ONE: Material prep will utilize the jointer, planer, table saw, chop saw as well as hand planes. STEP TWO: This step will be in Carcass construction, both traditional and modern carcass making techniques will be demonstrated and used I order to construct the cabinet carcass. Included will be dovetailing, mortise and tenon, dado and pocket holes. STEP THREE: When most non-woodworkers look at a cabinet, all they see are the doors and drawers. Students will cut a door panel as well as rails and stiles using a router table. STEP FOUR: Making the drawer. Drawers are the most abused form of woodworking. Nothing will undergo the constant open and shut problems that they have to endure. This final Step will teach the student how to properly construct and install the drawer for your cabinet. If you are interested in beginning woodworking or honing your existing skills, then this is the class for you
Tuition: $200.00
Tuition Notes: To Insure A Spot In The Class, Payment Is Due At Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Granted Up To One Week Before The Class Date.

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Turning A Pepper Mill. with: Dave Sanborn
Intermediate/Advanced

Saturday, June 29, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Prerequisite: Basic Spindle Turning Knowledge - This Is Not A Beginners Project.
Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield
Description: Everyone needs a Pepper mill and they make a useful piece of tableware! During this class you will learn spindle turning, finishing and drilling techniques and various mounting methods required to make the pepper mill.
Tuition: $90.00
Tuition Notes: To Insure Your Spot In The Class, Payment Is Due At Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Granted Up To One Week Before The Class Date

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Wood Turned Platter. with: Dave Sanborn
Beginner/Intermediate

Sunday, June 30, 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses, Hearing Protection And Leigh Box Joint & Beehive Jig #163441
Description: Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep. Often the sawmills will cut their best highly figured pieces thin for the cabinet and furniture makers. Thin material can be turned successfully. Learn mounting techniques that will enable you to turn a platter from thin stock without sacrificing your prime wood in the process of making the tenon. This class will give you inspiring ideas for developing your own woodturning style. Come join Dave and turn a Wooden Platter.
Tuition: $80.00
Tuition Notes: To Insure Your Spot In The Class, Payment Is Due At Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Granted Up To One Week Before The Class Date.

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Discover The Creative Art Of Wood Carving Or Carvers Choice with: Joe Leonard
Beginner/Intermediate

Saturday, July 6, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Call Store For Details On Tools
Description: Carving makes each wood project personal and special. Whether you want to learn to carve or interested in refining your carving skills this class will be a benefit to you. This class will help the first time carvers with tools, techniques and projects, Come one come all, and join professional Carver Joe Leonard and build your skills or start on a new lifetime passion.
Tuition: $80.00
Tuition Notes: To Insure Your Spot Int The Class, Payment Is Due At The Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Granted Up To One Week Before Class Date.

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The PLANE Facts with: Greg Bruck
Beginner

Sunday, July 7, 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Description: Hand tools have a rightful and well deserved place in the workshop. They are quiet, effective and enjoyable to use. Of all the hand tools, the bench plane is on top of the list. In this workshop, we will discuss how to tune-up hand planes and adjust them to create fine wood shaving. Various methods of sharpening will be covered along with a variety of honing guides. While the focus will be on bench planes, we will also review some of those important tools such as card scrapers and cabinet scrapers that help create that smooth wood surface. Using their own work sample, students will have an opportunity to compare and contrast a number of various planes ranging from the #3 smooth plane through the #7 jointer plane. The goal for this workshop is for each student to have a better understanding of hand planes along with those tools used to help us create that next important woodworking project.
Tuition: $65.00
Tuition Notes: To Insure A Spot In The Class, Payment Is Due At Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Granted Up To One Week Before The Class Date.

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Bowl Turning, Beyond The Basics' with: Dave Sanborn
Intermediate/Advanced

Thursday, July 11, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Prerequisite: Basic Bowl From Tree To Table
Tools Required: Safety Glasses, Hearing Protection & Turning Tools If You Have Them
Description: If you have mastered basic bowl turning and want to jump to the next level, then this is the class for you. In this class we will cover the use of various tool techniques to achieve the best possible finish on your bowl prior to sanding using both carbide and conventional scrapers and gouges. Dave will also show you a few "tricks" and techniques to enhance the quality of troublesome soft/punky wood and reduce tareout and enhance sanding. We will also cover the basics of sharpening both gouges and scrapers - sharp tools are essential for a quality finish. We will end with disscussion and demonstration of various final finishes and the use of the Beal Buffing System.
Tuition: $80.00
Tuition Notes: To Insure A Spot In The Class, Payment Is Due At Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Granted Up To One Week Before The Class Date.

Call (440) 232-7979 To Sign Up

THE BASIC BOWL – FROM TREE TO TABLE. with: Dave Sanborn
Beginner/Intermediate

Saturday, July 13, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses And If Available; Bowl Turning Tools.
Description: This class will cover the basic steps required and answer your questions as you turn your first bowl. Do I want to turn green wood or dry blanks? I don't live on a farm, where do I find the logs to make green blanks? I found someone who wants a tree cut up, what's the best way to cut and store the logs? Where do I find dry blanks? Do they turn different than green blanks? Do I want to use conventional or carbide tools? We will spend the first part of the class discussing these issues as well as any others that you may have – Dave will explain the various choices and alternatives as well as demonstrate the basic mounts and steps involved in making a bowl. Late morning each student will have an opportunity to practice each tool on the practice blank Dave has mounted. Then each student will take a blank "from the tree to the table."
Tuition: $80.00
Tuition Notes: To Insure A Spot In The Class, Payment Is Due At Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Granted Up To One Week Before The Class Date.

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Sharpening Lathe Tools Using The Wolverine System with: Dave Sanborn
Beginner/Intermediate

Sunday, July 14, 1 PM - 4:30 PM

Description: The most dangerous tool in the shop is a DULL tool. Bring two of your conventional lathe tools And Dave will guide you in the use of the Wolverine Sharpening System to create a sharp chisel with the correct angle every time you go to the grinder.
Tuition: $75.00
Tuition Notes: To Insure A Spot In The Class, Payment Is Due At Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Granted Up To One Week Before The Class Date.

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Scroll Saw Basics with: Greg Bruck
Beginner

Saturday, July 20, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Description: If you have been looking to get started in woodworking, the scroll saw is just the ticket. The scroll saw is a quiet and easy-to-use machine that will produce a wide variety of great projects. It can be used for creating fine, complex shapes and patterns such as fretwork, marquetry, intarsia, and inlay. This workshop is project oriented - designed for beginners just getting started or woodworkers wishing to expand their knowledge and skill level. Topics include blade selection, tension, pattern use, piercing, speeds, feed rates and cutting techniques. We will discuss scroll saw features, types, and what to look for when choosing a scroll saw. Students will see several examples of original scroll saws produced in the 1800's and have an opportunity to try some cutting on a treadle saw produced by Miller Falls in 1878. The goal for this workshop is for each student to have fun with woodworking, go home with a completed project and the inspiration to try more on their own.
Tuition: $80.00
Tuition Notes: To Insure A Spot In The Class, Payment Is Due At Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Granted Up To One Week Before The Class Date.

Call (440) 232-7979 To Sign Up

Four Step Cabinet Making. with: Dave Kovach
Beginner/Intermediate

Part 1: Saturday, July 27, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 2: Sunday, July 28, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses & Hearing Protection
Description: The furniture that the Shakers built is making an amazing comeback., but what if your skills need polishing in order to join the furniture revolution? This four step classes will take you through the woodworking process. STEP ONE: Material prep will utilize the jointer, planer, table saw, chop saw as well as hand planes. STEP TWO: This step will be in Carcass construction, both traditional and modern carcass making techniques will be demonstrated and used I order to construct the cabinet carcass. Included will be dovetailing, mortise and tenon, dado and pocket holes. STEP THREE: When most non-woodworkers look at a cabinet, all they see are the doors and drawers. Students will cut a door panel as well as rails and stiles using a router table. STEP FOUR: Making the drawer. Drawers are the most abused form of woodworking. Nothing will undergo the constant open and shut problems that they have to endure. This final Step will teach the student how to properly construct and install the drawer for your cabinet. If you are interested in beginning woodworking or honing your existing skills, then this is the class for you
Tuition: $200.00
Tuition Notes: To Insure A Spot In The Class, Payment Is Due At Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Granted Up To One Week Before The Class Date.

Call (440) 232-7979 To Sign Up

Low Relief Carving Or Carver's Choice with: Joe Leonard
Beginner/Intermediate

Saturday, August 3, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Prerequisite: Carving Tools, Call Store For List
Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Description: Learn the basics then turn your individual taste, hobbies and experience into a wonderful carved project. From the avid hunter to the furniture maker, low relief carving can greatly enhance any of your wood projects from gun stock to a cabinet door. Carving patterns come in a wide variety of themes and designs. Also if you decide to do Carver's Choice students can choose from relief, figures or signs. Just tell us the type of carving you'd like to do. Joe is a professional carver who has completed project for Euro Disney. Please join Joe Leonard in this unique carving class and have fun.
Tuition: $80.00
Tuition Notes: Payment Is Due At The Time Of Registration. Refunds Granted Up To One Week Prior To The Class.

Call (440) 232-7979 To Sign Up

Turning 101.5. with: Dave Sanborn
Beginner

Thursday, August 8, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield
Description: This class will provide you with valuable knowledge that you will continue to use in all your turnings. The second in a series taught by Dave Sanborn designed for the new or prospective turner. In the first class, we touched on the high points of both Spindle and Bowl (Face Plate) turning, today we will emphasize Spindle (Between Centers) turning. We will begin the day discussing the basic fundamentals of Spindle Turning. Several mounting techniques; between centers, four jaw chucks, jam chucks, etc., will be discussed and demonstrated. We will move on to learning how to turn basic coves and beads and do exercises to gain confidence with a spindle gouge. Nothing brings pride to a woodworker more than making things to display in their own home, so we will spend the afternoon using the skills we learned in the morning to make a Bud Vase that you will be proud to have in your home.
Tuition: $80.00
Tuition Notes: Payment Is Due At Time Of Registration. Refunds Granted Up To One Week Prior To Class Date.

Call (440) 232-7979 To Sign Up

THE BASIC BOWL – FROM TREE TO TABLE. with: Dave Sanborn
Beginner/Intermediate

Saturday, August 10, 12 PM - 7 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses And If Available; Bowl Turning Tools.
Description: This class will cover the basic steps required and answer your questions as you turn your first bowl. Do I want to turn green wood or dry blanks? I don't live on a farm, where do I find the logs to make green blanks? I found someone who wants a tree cut up, what's the best way to cut and store the logs? Where do I find dry blanks? Do they turn different than green blanks? Do I want to use conventional or carbide tools? We will spend the first part of the class discussing these issues as well as any others that you may have – Dave will explain the various choices and alternatives as well as demonstrate the basic mounts and steps involved in making a bowl. Late morning each student will have an opportunity to practice each tool on the practice blank Dave has mounted. Then each student will take a blank "from the tree to the table."
Tuition: $80.00
Tuition Notes: Payment Is Due At Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Granted Up To One Week Prior To Class Date.

Call (440) 232-7979 To Sign Up

Pen Turning, The Beginning with: Dave Sanborn
Beginner

Sunday, August 11, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses And Turning Tools If You Have Them
Description: If you are interested in how to turn a pen, then this is the class for you. In this class, Dave will take you through the steps of turning a Beautiful Slim Line pen on the lathe. You will take home a completed Wall Street II pen. Don't miss out on the fun.
Tuition: $60.00
Tuition Notes: Payment Is Due At Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Granted Up To One Week Prior To Class Date

Call (440) 232-7979 To Sign Up

Two Wooden Utility Boxes.. with: Tim Baylor
Beginner/Intermediate

Part 1: Saturday, August 17, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 2: Sunday, August 18, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses & Hearing Protection
Description: We will use the jointer, thickness planer, miter saw, table saw and router table to make two of my favorite utility boxes. The techniques learned in this class can be applied to make a box of any size. Our first requires no hardware. We will make it large enough to hold a 8.5 x 11 ream of paper. Your second box can be any size as well. We will make it 16" x 12" or smaller if you like. I use this style of box to hold items with multiple parts. This style of box also makes an excellent briefcase. Hinges and latches for the second box will be provided as part of your materials.
Tuition: $140.00
Tuition Notes: To Insure A Spot In The Class, Payment Is Due At Time Of Registration. Refunds Will Be Processed Up To One Week Before The Class Date

Call (440) 232-7979 To Sign Up

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