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719-266-9889
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866-869-2006
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coloradosprings-retail@woodcraft.com

4438 Austin Bluffs Parkway
COLORADO SPRINGS,CO 80918
USA

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Hours of Operation

sunday 10AM - 5PM
monday 9AM - 6PM
tuesday 9AM - 6PM
wednesday 9AM - 6PM
thursday 9AM - 6PM
friday 9AM - 6PM
saturday 9AM - 6PM

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Woodworking II (Fine Furniture Series): Dovetail Wall Cabinet with Brian Hubel and Lauren Allen
Intermediate

Part 1: Sunday, October 9, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Saturday, October 15, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 3: Sunday, October 16, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Woodworking I From Brian Hubel At Woodcraft Colorado Springs. Also, This Class Is A Pre-requisite To Woodworking III, And IV.
Tools Required: Notebook And Pen/pencil. If You Have Them, Please Bring Your Eye And Ear Protection, A Tape Measure, And A 6" Or 12" Double Or Combo Square.
Class Size: 4 - 9
Description: This is a 3-day in-depth follow-up to Woodworking I. Students will build on their skills learned in Woodworking I as they apply it to the basics of furniture-style case construction, frame and panel construction, and inset door construction of fine furniture. Other topics covered will include machine-cut dovetail joinery, additional power and hand tools, and ongoing shop safety. Precision design and construction techniques are also covered. Each student will use these newly acquired skills to build their very own beautiful solid wood wall cabinet. Class size is extremely limited, so please confirm your spot early!! Some explanations and pointers on finishing will be discussed in this class, but the final finish will be up to the student. Students wishing to learn more about finishing are encouraged to enroll in our informative "Finishing Basics" lecture class here in our Colorado Springs store. NOTE: All materials are included in the tuition, and each student will take home their wall cabinets. In advance of the class, students will need to choose from the following selection of wood, depending on availability at the time of the class: Alder Ash Beech Birch Cherry Mahogany Maple (Non-Figured) Maple (Ambrosia) Oak (Red or White) Sapele Walnut (Black or Peruvian- ask if available) ALL WOOD CHOICES ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY AT THE TIME OF CLASS. The instructor will contact you a week or so in advance to discuss your wood choice. We STRONGLY encourage you to confirm your spot as soon as possible, as classes fill up fast and are only scheduled a few times throughout the year. We look forward to seeing you there!
Tuition: $600.00
Tuition Notes: Please Wear Clothes Appropriate For The Wood Shop. This Includes No Loose Fitting Clothing Or Strings/ties (such As Hoodie Ties), Long Hair Tied Back, No Jewelry, Closed Toe Shoes.

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Power Tool Fundamentals: Table Saw with Lauren Allen
Beginner

Saturday, October 22, 10 AM - 4 PM

Prerequisite: None.
Tools Required: Pencil And Notepad. If You Have Them: Safety Glasses And Hearing Protection.
Class Size: 3 - 4
Description: This is a basic instructional class directed at one of the most useful tools in the entire shop: the table saw. Students will learn basic table saw safety and operation including rip cutting, cross cutting, stack cutting, and re-sawing. Step by step, we will walk you through table saw setup, essential personal safety, as well as care and control of the saw, table saw anatomy, blade selection and proper installation, calibration, and how to get the most out of this valuable tool. We will be working specifically with the SawStop, and we'll learn the features specific to SawStop technology. We will discuss the similarities and differences, and the basic principles will apply to all saws. Students will have hands-on experience in class as they apply the principles learned. This class is a prerequisite to any one of our "Second in a Series" power tool classes, such as the Charcuterie Board class. Reserve your spot early to ensure your enrollment!
Tuition: $150.00
Tuition Notes: All Materials Are Included In The Cost Of Tuition.

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Wood Turning 101 with Raleigh Lockhart
Beginner

Sunday, October 23, 10 AM - 4 PM

Prerequisite: None
Tools Required: Notepad, Pencil, And Safety Glasses. Bring Your Own Turning Tools, If You Have Them.
Class Size: 3 - 5
Description: Students will learn all about the A, B, C, and D's of wood turning - Building the Foundation! This will include lathe operations, safety, tool selection, sharpening, and basics of turning. Students will learn all about turning tools, the different styles and grinds, as well as how to choose and sharpen your tools. You learn what each turning tool is used for, and how and when each should be used for different types of projects and different types of woods. We will go over wood grain, density, moisture content, domestics vs. exotics, how to correctly prepare turning blanks, the various methods of mounting your work on the lathe, and much more. This class is required if you wish to take any of the more intermediate and advanced turning classes such as bowls, boxes, pepper mills, segmented turning, acrylic turning, etc. This is a hands-on class! If you have them, bring your own tools to sharpen and use in the class. Keep you eye on the class schedule for additional great classes on a wide variety of turning projects and techniques!
Tuition: $165.00
Tuition Notes: Please Wear Clothing Appropriate For A Wood Shop, Closed-toe Shoes, No Loose-fitting Clothing, And No Loose Strings Or Cords.

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Power Tool Fundamentals: Bandsaw with Lauren Allen
Beginner

Saturday, October 8, 10 AM - 4 PM

Prerequisite: None.
Tools Required: Pencil And Notepad. If You Have Them: Safety Glasses And Hearing Protection.
Class Size: 3 - 4
Description: This is a basic instructional class directed at one of the most useful tools in the entire shop: the bandsaw! Students will learn basic bandsaw safety and operation including rip cutting, cross cutting, re-sawing, and compound cutting. Step by step, we will walk you through essential personal safety as well as care and control of the saw, bandsaw setup, anatomy, blade selection and proper installation, calibration, re-saw drift, and how to get the most out of this valuable tool. During the morning and afternoon sessions, as we discuss these important bandsaw fundamentals, we will put new skills to use with cross cutting, rip cutting, re-sawing, and a bonus mock-up project involving pattern work!
Tuition: $150.00
Tuition Notes: All Materials Are Included In The Cost Of Tuition.

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Hand Tool Mastery Series II: The Essential Foot Stool with Brian Hubel
Intermediate

Part 1: Saturday, November 5, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, November 6, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Hand Tool Mastery I: The Essentials. Students Are Highly Encouraged To Practice At Home Their Skills Learned In Hand Tool Mastery I Prior To The First Day Of Hand Tool Mastery II.
Tools Required: Students Are Encouraged, But Not Required, To Bring Bevel-Edge Chisels, Western Backsaw Or Japanese Pull Saw, Wood Mallet, Sharpening Stones/Honing Guide, Marking Wheel & Knife, Accurate Adjustable Square, & Any Hand / Block Plane(s).
Class Size: 4 - 9
Description: This class is an extension of Hand Tool Mastery I, where we continue to expand and hone our skill set with hand tools. We will continue to work on "lap" joinery (corner-lap and t-lap), while we introduce bridle joinery and the ever-versatile mortise and tenon. We will also introduce hand tool shaping in our class project. Each student will be putting these skills to use with the construction of a versatile foot stool, designed with artfully exposed joinery. All of the joinery, techniques, and construction theory in this class are transferable to many other furniture pieces, such as tables, stands, cases, and much more. Project completion and an applied finish will require independent work after class has concluded, when students are encouraged to continue practicing their learned skills leading up to Hand Tool Mastery III: The Dovetail Toolbox.
Tuition: $400.00
Tuition Notes: A Limited Number Of Sharpening Stations And Assorted Hand Tools Will Be Available To Students Throughout The Class.

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3D Cutting Boards with Alex Snodgrass
All

Thursday, November 10, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: None
Tools Required: Pencil And Notepad. If You Have Them: Safety Glasses And Hearing Protection.
Class Size: 8-10
Description: This is a great opportunity to make a 3D cutting board with the master himself, Alex Snodgrass. Using only three different woods - maple, cherry, and walnut - Alex will show each student how to make a 3D end grain cutting board. This hands-on class begins by teaching each student how to tune a bandsaw to make perfect cuts. Once learned, this skill will make future bandsaw use a breeze. The class will then progress through the techniques required to make the cutting board: how to make dead-on straight cuts on the bandsaw, how to make accurate angled cuts on the bandsaw, and how to plane, sand, glue, and clamp the cutting board. The processes learned here will also transfer over to into all other areas of your woodworking endeavors. Alex will also discuss the steps required to make two of his other 3D cutting boards: the Ball and the Four Leaf Clover cutting boards. By the end of the day, each student will have their own fantastic 3D cutting board to keep or gift! Topics covered include: bandsaw myths debunked, bandsaw mechanics, correct blade tension, making accurate cuts with the bandsaw, making accurate angled cuts with the bandsaw, gluing techniques, end-grain planing, end-grain pattern alignment, food safe finishes, and care and maintenance of cutting boards.
Tuition: $450.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Learn To Turn Series: Wood Turning And Tool Basics with Raleigh Lockhart
All

Saturday, November 12, 10 AM - 4 PM

Prerequisite: None.
Tools Required: Notepad, Pencil, And Safety Glasses. Bring Your Own Turning Tools, If You Have Them.
Class Size: 3 - 5
Description: Students will learn all about the A, B, C, and D's of wood turning - Building the Foundation! This will include lathe operations, safety, tool selection, sharpening, and basics of turning. Students will learn all about turning tools, the different styles and grinds, as well as how to choose and sharpen your tools. You learn what each turning tool is used for, and how and when each should be used for different types of projects and different types of woods. We will go over wood grain, density, moisture content, domestics vs. exotics, how to correctly prepare turning blanks, the various methods of mounting your work on the lathe, and much more. This class is required if you wish to take any of the more intermediate and advanced turning classes such as bowls, boxes, pepper mills, segmented turning, acrylic turning, etc. This is a hands-on class! If you have them, bring your own tools to sharpen and use in the class. Keep you eye on the class schedule for additional great classes on a wide variety of turning projects and techniques!
Tuition: $160.00
Tuition Notes: Please Wear Clothing Appropriate For A Wood Shop, Closed-toe Shoes, No Loose-fitting Clothing, And No Loose Strings Or Cords.

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Woodworking I (Fine Furniture Series): Trestle Table with Brian Hubel
Beginner

Part 1: Wednesday, November 16, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Thursday, November 17, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 3: Friday, November 18, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: None.
Tools Required: Notebook And Pen/pencil. If You Have Them, Please Bring Your Eye And Ear Protection, A Tape Measure, And A 6" Or 12" Double Or Combo Square.
Class Size: 4 - 6
Description: This is an energetic 3-day in-depth introduction to the world of woodworking! Students will learn fundamentals of building fine furniture with our resident custom furniture maker, Brian Hubel (www.brianhubel.com). Topics featured will be wood science, joinery, design, power and hand tools, sharpening, shop safety, and accuracy in construction. Each student will use these newly-acquired skills to build their very own side trestle table. The final finish will be up to the students. Students wishing to learn more about finishing are encouraged to enroll in our hands-on "Applied Finishing" class here in our Colorado Springs store. This class is a prerequisite for Woodworking II, III, and IV here in the Colorado Springs store. Class size for our Woodworking I, II, III, and IV classes is limited to a handful of students. We STRONGLY encourage you to confirm your spot as soon as possible, as classes fill up fast and are only scheduled a few times throughout the year! NOTE: In advance of the class, students will need to choose from the following wood selection, depending on availability at the time of the class: Alder Ash Beech Birch Cherry Mahogany Maple (Non-Figured) Maple (Ambrosia) Oak (Red or White) Sapele Walnut (Black or Peruvian- ask if available) ALL WOOD CHOICES ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY AT THE TIME OF CLASS. All materials are included in the tuition, and students will take home their tables made in class. The instructor will contact you a week or so before class to discuss your wood choice. We look forward to seeing you there!
Tuition: $600.00
Tuition Notes: Please Wear Clothing Appropriate For The Wood Shop. This Includes Closed-Toe Shoes, Long Hair Tied Back, No Loose Fitting Clothing Or Loose Cords/Ties (such As Hoodie Ties), No Jewelry.

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Wood Turning 101 with Raleigh Lockhart
Beginner

Sunday, November 20, 10 AM - 4 PM

Prerequisite: None.
Tools Required: Notepad, Pencil, And Safety Glasses. Bring Your Own Turning Tools, If You Have Them.
Class Size: 3 - 5
Description: Students will learn all about the A, B, C, and D's of wood turning - Building the Foundation! This will include lathe operations, safety, tool selection, sharpening, and basics of turning. Students will learn all about turning tools, the different styles and grinds, as well as how to choose and sharpen your tools. You learn what each turning tool is used for, and how and when each should be used for different types of projects and different types of woods. We will go over wood grain, density, moisture content, domestics vs. exotics, how to correctly prepare turning blanks, the various methods of mounting your work on the lathe, and much more. This class is required if you wish to take any of the more intermediate and advanced turning classes such as bowls, boxes, pepper mills, segmented turning, acrylic turning, etc. This is a hands-on class! If you have them, bring your own tools to sharpen and use in the class. Keep you eye on the class schedule for additional great classes on a wide variety of turning projects and techniques!
Tuition: $165.00
Tuition Notes: Please Wear Clothing Appropriate For A Wood Shop, Closed-toe Shoes, No Loose-fitting Clothing, And No Loose Strings Or Cords.

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Pen Making Basics: Wood Pen with George Jungerman
Beginner

Sunday, November 27, 1 PM - 4 PM

Prerequisite: None.
Tools Required: Notepad, Pencil, And Safety Glasses. Bring Your Own Turning Tools, If You Have Them.
Class Size: 3 - 5
Description: Turn a pen from exotic hardwoods! This class is an excellent way to get into woodworking and wood turning with hands-on shop experience on the lathe. Students will turn and construct a complete pen which they will take home!
Tuition: $80.00
Tuition Notes: All Materials Are Included In The Cost Of Tuition.

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Woodworking I (Fine Furniture Series): Trestle Table with Brian Hubel and Lauren Allen
Beginner

Part 1: Saturday, December 3, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, December 4, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 3: Saturday, December 10, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: None
Tools Required: Notebook And Pen/pencil. If You Have Them, Please Bring Your Eye And Ear Protection, A Tape Measure, And A 6" Or 12" Double Or Combo Square.
Class Size: 4 - 9
Description: This is an energetic 3-day in-depth introduction to the world of woodworking! Students will learn fundamentals of building fine furniture with our resident custom furniture maker, Brian Hubel (www.brianhubel.com). Topics featured will be wood science, joinery, design, power and hand tools, sharpening, shop safety, and accuracy in construction. Each student will use these newly-acquired skills to build their very own side trestle table. The final finish will be up to the students. Students wishing to learn more about finishing are encouraged to enroll in our hands-on "Applied Finishing" class here in our Colorado Springs store. This class is a prerequisite for Woodworking II, III, and IV here in the Colorado Springs store. Class size for our Woodworking I, II, III, and IV classes is limited to a handful of students. We STRONGLY encourage you to confirm your spot as soon as possible, as classes fill up fast and are only scheduled a few times throughout the year! NOTE: In advance of the class, students will need to choose from the following wood selection, depending on availability at the time of the class: Alder Ash Beech Birch Cherry Mahogany Maple (Non-Figured) Maple (Ambrosia) Oak (Red or White) Sapele Walnut (Black or Peruvian- ask if available) ALL WOOD CHOICES ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY AT THE TIME OF CLASS. All materials are included in the tuition, and students will take home their tables made in class. The instructor will contact you a week or so before class to discuss your wood choice. We look forward to seeing you there!
Tuition: $625.00
Tuition Notes: Please Wear Clothing Appropriate For The Wood Shop. This Includes Closed-Toe Shoes, Long Hair Tied Back, No Loose Fitting Clothing Or Loose Cords/Ties (such As Hoodie Ties), No Jewelry.

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Wood Turning 101 with Raleigh Lockhart
Beginner

Sunday, December 11, 10 AM - 4 PM

Prerequisite: None.
Tools Required: Notepad, Pencil, And Safety Glasses. Bring Your Own Turning Tools, If You Have Them.
Class Size: 3 - 5
Description: Students will learn all about the A, B, C, and D's of wood turning - Building the Foundation! This will include lathe operations, safety, tool selection, sharpening, and basics of turning. Students will learn all about turning tools, the different styles and grinds, as well as how to choose and sharpen your tools. You learn what each turning tool is used for, and how and when each should be used for different types of projects and different types of woods. We will go over wood grain, density, moisture content, domestics vs. exotics, how to correctly prepare turning blanks, the various methods of mounting your work on the lathe, and much more. This class is required if you wish to take any of the more intermediate and advanced turning classes such as bowls, boxes, pepper mills, segmented turning, acrylic turning, etc. This is a hands-on class! If you have them, bring your own tools to sharpen and use in the class. Keep you eye on the class schedule for additional great classes on a wide variety of turning projects and techniques!
Tuition: $165.00
Tuition Notes: Please Wear Clothing Appropriate For A Wood Shop, Closed-toe Shoes, No Loose-fitting Clothing, And No Loose Strings Or Cords.

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Learn To Turn Series: Wood Turning And Tool Basics with Raleigh Lockhart
All

Saturday, December 17, 10 AM - 4 PM

Prerequisite: None.
Tools Required: Notepad, Pencil, And Safety Glasses. Bring Your Own Turning Tools, If You Have Them.
Class Size: 3 - 5
Description: Students will learn all about the A, B, C, and D's of wood turning - Building the Foundation! This will include lathe operations, safety, tool selection, sharpening, and basics of turning. Students will learn all about turning tools, the different styles and grinds, as well as how to choose and sharpen your tools. You learn what each turning tool is used for, and how and when each should be used for different types of projects and different types of woods. We will go over wood grain, density, moisture content, domestics vs. exotics, how to correctly prepare turning blanks, the various methods of mounting your work on the lathe, and much more. This class is required if you wish to take any of the more intermediate and advanced turning classes such as bowls, boxes, pepper mills, segmented turning, acrylic turning, etc. This is a hands-on class! If you have them, bring your own tools to sharpen and use in the class. Keep you eye on the class schedule for additional great classes on a wide variety of turning projects and techniques!
Tuition: $160.00
Tuition Notes: Please Wear Clothing Appropriate For A Wood Shop, Closed-toe Shoes, No Loose-fitting Clothing, And No Loose Strings Or Cords.

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Pen Making Basics: Bethlehem Olivewood with Raleigh Lockhart
Beginner

Friday, December 23, 12 PM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: None
Tools Required: Notepad, Pencil, And Safety Glasses. Bring Your Own Turning Tools, If You Have Them.
Class Size: 3-5
Description: Turn an heirloom pen from sustainably-sourced authentic Bethlehem Olivewood from the Holy Land! Handmade pens are wonderful writing instruments, either for yourself or for a thoughtful and unique gift. Make it even more special with the pen body made from authentic Bethlehem olivewood! Also expand your turning experience in this class with acrylic turning, as the cap portion of the pen will be made from acrylic. This class is an excellent way to get into the art of turning with hands-on lathe experience. Each student will turn and construct a complete pen to take home! All materials are included.
Tuition: $120.00
Tuition Notes: All class materials are included in the cost of tuition

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Woodworking I (Fine Furniture Series): Trestle Table with Brian Hubel and Lauren Allen
Beginner

Part 1: Saturday, January 7, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, January 8, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 3: Saturday, January 14, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: None.
Tools Required: Notebook And Pen/pencil. If You Have Them, Please Bring Your Eye And Ear Protection, A Tape Measure, And A 6" Or 12" Double Or Combo Square.
Class Size: 4 - 9
Description: This is an energetic 3-day in-depth introduction to the world of woodworking! Students will learn fundamentals of building fine furniture with our resident custom furniture maker, Brian Hubel (www.brianhubel.com). Topics featured will be wood science, joinery, design, power and hand tools, sharpening, shop safety, and accuracy in construction. Each student will use these newly-acquired skills to build their very own side trestle table. The final finish will be up to the students. Students wishing to learn more about finishing are encouraged to enroll in our hands-on "Applied Finishing" class here in our Colorado Springs store. This class is a prerequisite for Woodworking II, III, and IV here in the Colorado Springs store. Class size for our Woodworking I, II, III, and IV classes is limited to a handful of students. We STRONGLY encourage you to confirm your spot as soon as possible, as classes fill up fast and are only scheduled a few times throughout the year! NOTE: In advance of the class, students will need to choose from the following wood selection, depending on availability at the time of the class: Alder Ash Beech Birch Cherry Mahogany Maple (Non-Figured) Maple (Ambrosia) Oak (Red or White) Sapele Walnut (Black or Peruvian- ask if available) ALL WOOD CHOICES ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY AT THE TIME OF CLASS. All materials are included in the tuition, and students will take home their tables made in class. The instructor will contact you a week or so before class to discuss your wood choice. We look forward to seeing you there!
Tuition: $625.00
Tuition Notes: Please Wear Clothing Appropriate For The Wood Shop. This Includes Closed-Toe Shoes, Long Hair Tied Back, No Loose Fitting Clothing Or Loose Cords/Ties (such As Hoodie Ties), No Jewelry.

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Pen Making Basics: Fountain Pen with George Jungerman
Beginner

Sunday, January 15, 1 PM - 4 PM

Prerequisite: None.
Tools Required: Notepad, Pencil, And Safety Glasses. Bring Your Own Turning Tools, If You Have Them.
Class Size: 3 - 5
Description: Fountain pens are highly-desired classic and elegant writing instruments, both for yourself or for a thoughtful and unique gift. Fountain pens are also very sellable handmade works. In this class, we will teach you how to turn and construct a beautiful fountain pen. This class is an excellent way to get into the art of turning with hands-on lathe experience. Each student will turn and construct a complete fountain pen to take home. All materials are included. Consider making a distinctive fountain pen gift for your graduate, for a unique promotion or retirement gift, or other meaningful milestone which calls for a special celebration!
Tuition: $100.00
Tuition Notes: All Materials Are Included In The Cost Of Tuition.

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Hand Tool Mastery Series I: The Essentials with Brian Hubel and Lauren Allen
Beginner

Part 1: Thursday, January 26, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Friday, January 27, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: None. Post-Requisites: Students Wishing To Continue On In The Series Are Encouraged To Practice Their Skills Prior To Hand Tool Mastery II. In HTM II, Students Will Engage In A Generous Volume Of Learned Plus New Joinery In Their Furniture Construction.
Tools Required: Students Are Encouraged, But Not Required, To Bring Bevel-Edge Chisels, Western Backsaw Or Japanese Pull Saw, Wood Mallet, Sharpening Stones/Honing Guide, Marking Wheel & Knife, Accurate Adjustable Square, & Any Hand / Block Plane(s).
Class Size: 4 - 10
Description: We are excited to welcome you to our exclusive two-day intensive introduction to the world of hand tools! In this first class of the Hand Tools Mastery Series, students will focus heavily on sharpening skills, layout/marking concepts, and proper setup and usage of essential tools unique to precision hand tool construction. Students will learn about wood science specific to hand tool work, and will immerse in exercises and drills to increase muscle memory proficiency with chisels, hand saws, and hand planes. Throughout this class and the upcoming series, we will explore and practice the wide variety of hand tools which will be key in your ongoing woodworking success. Students are encouraged, but not required, to bring their own personal hand tools, marking and measuring tools, and sharpening stones and jig. If you do not have any of these tools, please do not purchase them in advance (without first talking with the instructor). We will have a wide variety of of types and sizes and brands available for use in class. Hand tool work is a time-honored discipline, and we look forward to launching your mastery of it as you learn how to build fine furniture by hand in this ongoing Hand Tool Mastery series!
Tuition: $395.00
Tuition Notes: All Materials Are Included In The Cost Of Tuition.

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Pen Making Basics: Acrylic Pen with George Jungerman
Beginner

Sunday, February 19, 1 PM - 4 PM

Prerequisite: None.
Tools Required: Notepad, Pencil, And Safety Glasses. Bring Your Own Turning Tools, If You Have Them.
Class Size: 3 - 5
Description: Turn a pen from colorful acrylic! This class is an excellent way to get into the art of turning with hands-on lathe experience. Each student will turn and construct a complete acrylic pen to take home. All materials are included.
Tuition: $95.00
Tuition Notes: All Materials Are Included In The Cost Of Tuition.

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