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249 Spencer Street
Manchester, CT 06040
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sunday 10-4 Open to the public
monday 9-6pm Open to the public
tuesday 9-6pm Open to the public
wednesday 9-6pm Open to the public
thursday 9-6pm Open to the public
friday 9-6pm Open to the public
saturday 9-6pm Open to the public

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Beginning Woodturning with: Rick Angus
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Part 1: Wednesday, September 15, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 2: Wednesday, September 22, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 3: Wednesday, September 29, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 4: Wednesday, October 6, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 5: Wednesday, October 13, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 6: Wednesday, October 20, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 7: Wednesday, October 27, 6 PM - 9:30 PM

Description: This six evening class is designed for the beginning (or frustrated) woodturner and features extensive hands-on practice each night. Woodturning is a skill that requires some basic instruction and lots of practice. Students are turning on their own lathe most of each night of the class. Class starts with basic spindle and includes a few simple projects like a mallet and spinning tops. We then move on to face plate turning which includes some cherry and mahogany bowls and plates. Along the way we spend time learning about tool sharpening and general information about lathes, tools, chucks and various jigs used in woodturning. This is a great way to safely get into woodturning and gives you a good foundation for other more advanced turning classes and projects.
Tuition: $345.00
Tuition Notes: Plus Materials ($49.00)

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Woodworking I: Walnut Jewelry Box with: Tim Spratlin
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Part 1: Wednesday, September 15, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 2: Monday, September 20, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 3: Wednesday, September 22, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 4: Monday, September 27, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 5: Wednesday, September 29, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 6: Monday, October 4, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 7: Wednesday, October 6, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 8: Wednesday, October 13, 6 PM - 9:30 PM

Description: A hands-on course that covers the basic concepts of woodworking and furniture making. This eight-session class is a combination of demonstrations and hands-on practice. General shop safety (with particular concentration on using the tablesaw) is emphasized. Students will utilize the skills, techniques and tools (both power and hand-tools) being taught in the class in the making of a walnut jewelry box. This project could also be used to store a variety of other personal items. Skills learned will provide a strong foundation for subsequent furniture-making classes. Class size is limited to 8 students.
Tuition: $495.00
Tuition Notes: Plus Materials ($59.00)

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Yes, Folks: There are more than 10 ways to cut dovetails! with: Bob Van Dyke
Intermediate

Saturday, October 2, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Description: The great thing about running a national woodworking school is that I get to see the techniques of every different instructor who comes here to teach–and there have been a lot of them over the last 19 years! In woodworking, like a lot of things, there is no one “right” way– there are bunches of different ways to accomplish the same thing and that is what this class is all about. I will not be telling you what I think is the "best" way. That is for you to decide. You will have the opportunity to learn a number of different methods. Cutting dovetails entirely by hand can be intimidating to a lot of people. I see students typically making the same mistakes and hitting the same stumbling blocks each time when cutting dovetails, so that is what we address to start; using a cutting gauge, paring to (and not beyond!) a line, cutting straight lines with a handsaw, and using a sharp chisel! These are all skills that you will practice (and hopefully master) in this class. But this class is much more than just cutting dovetails by hand. This class will show you a number of ways to make “handcut” dovetails that will only require a little bit of paring with a chisel to make them fit perfectly. We will be trying out techniques that use the tablesaw, a trim router, bandsaw, scroll saw and coping saw along with the traditional handsaw and chisels. The goal is to get you cutting great looking dovetails using a combination of machines and hand tools until you are comfortable enough with the process that you realize doing it all by hand is not that big a deal! This class is a combination of demonstrations and hands-on practice. There is no project for the class- you will be working on a series of practice boards. It is great to see the difference between the first dovetail you make on Saturday and the last dovetail you make Sunday afternoon! Router dovetail jigs like the Porter Cable or Leigh jig will NOT be a part of this class- I have no idea how to use those tools. Sign up today and lose your fear of cutting dovetails once and for all.
Tuition: $365.00
Tuition Notes: plus materials: $16.00

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Learn To Tune And Use A Japanese Hand Plane with: Andrew Hunter
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Part 1: Saturday, October 2, 9:30 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, October 3, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Description: At the end of this weekend course, each student will take home a fully operational Japanese hand plane and have the knowhow to keep it working right. What seems like a simple too–a blade and a block of wood–the Japanese plane (Kanna) is actually a very complex instrument with many subtle qualities. The first challenge most westerners face when learning to use one is that they don't come ready to use out of the box. You are only supplied with great ingredients, but it is up to the user to get the fit between the blade and the block just right. In this course, we will work together through each step of the process to bring your new plane into working order. We will cover sharpening and shaping the blade, fitting the blade to the block and profiling its sole for optimal performance. Of course, we will also spend time using your new plane, learning to work with your whole body, not just your arms. The weekend will wrap up by putting our new planes to the test in a friendly planing contest (kezurou-kai). So, sign up today to unlock the mystery of the Japanese hand plane and add one more tool to your woodworking arsenal.
Tuition: $365.00
Tuition Notes: Plus Materials (approximately $180 - Includes Japanese Handplane)

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Build a Federal Style Side Table with: Steve Latta
Intermediate

Part 1: Saturday, October 9, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, October 10, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Description: This exciting multi-weekend class features a small walnut Federal-style side table with a whole lot of challenges and a boatload of new skills to be learned. Based on an inlaid Federal side table that Steve Latta did recently for an article and video for Fine Woodworking Magazine, this class will stretch your woodworking skills. The focus of this class will be efficiency– in joinery, in ornamentation, and in design. Efficiency in joinery means doing as much joinery as possible all at once and making joints that fit with a minimal amount of dryfitting. This project also features many techniques that may be new you. Working with veneer for the drawer front, dovetailing and cockbeading a drawer, and adding cuff inlay and stringing to the legs all turn a basically simple table into an heirloom piece you can be proud of. This is a simple traditional Federal table which will fit with just about any home décor and is small enough to fit just about anywhere. Sign up soon–these are some skills you will be able to use over and over. This class is designed so you will be doing a lot of the detail work- inlay, dry fitting and surfacing–at home in between the two weekends. Please make sure you are willing to do that before signing up. This is going to be a fun class! Note: the school has many of the inlay tools that you may use during class, but if you already own them or are planning to purchase them, make sure you bring them along.
Tuition: $845.00
Tuition Notes: Plus materials. Class dates are October 9 and 10 and November 5, 6, and 7

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One Day Woodturning with: Rick Angus
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Saturday, October 9, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Description: Have you been intrigued with the idea of learning to turn a bowl but are not ready to commit to a 6 week class? This one-day class will get you hooked on turning– guaranteed! Students will learn some of the basics of woodturning and come away with a finished shallow cherry bowl and the new-found knowledge to turn more. Who knows– you might even jump in head first and find a whole new passion! Sharp tools are essential, so we will be spending a little time at the grinder learning how to sharpen bowl gouges and scrapers. Techniques for sanding and finishing bowls will also be covered. This is a great class whether you have turned a number of bowls already or have never even thought of turning a bowl. Sign up today. Space is limited to the number of lathes we have!
Tuition: $145.00
Tuition Notes: Plus materials

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Learn To Turn Natural-Edge (Bark-Rim) Bowls with: Rick Angus
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Part 1: Saturday, October 16, 9:30 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, October 17, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Description: Turning natural-edge bowls from wet local hardwoods can be great fun–and the material is free (if you own a chain saw and have access to recently cut down trees!) In this weekend class, students will receive a refresher in the fundamental cutting techniques, learn how to visualize the “bowl inside the wood,” mount and turn the sections of fresh logs between centers to form the outside of the bowl before re-mounting the blank in a chuck to form the inside of the bowl–all the while taking care to maintain the fragile bark edge on the rim of the bowl. Blanks of wood will be mounted between centers and the “bowl inside the wood” will be determined before cutting so you control the grain pattern and bark rim position in the finished bowl. We focus on developing an eye for making a pleasing shape while incorporating the bark of the tree as the rim of the bowl. This bowl requires a steady hand as cutting the rim is interrupted–you cut a bit of the high part of the rim then skip to the high part of the other side. We focus on careful aim to get a graceful curve through this interrupted cut. We shape the outside of the bowl, remount the blank in a chuck, and cut the inside. At home, the bowls will dry and easily can be sanded with a round sanding pad in a drill.
Tuition: $365.00
Tuition Notes: Plus Materials ($35.00)

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The Joy Of Woodcarving - Spend A Week with: Mary May
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Part 1: Monday, October 18, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Tuesday, October 19, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 3: Wednesday, October 20, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 4: Thursday, October 21, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 5: Friday, October 22, 9 AM - 5 PM

Description: What better way to spend a week than to put a woodcarving gouge in your hand, create something beautiful–and have fun! Mary May, a well-known professional woodcarver and instructor from South Carolina, will walk you through the carving process using a variety of relief carving projects. Starting the week with a floral relief design and then moving onto a scallop shell, the class will cap the week with that wonderful and traditional acanthus leaf seen on so many period furniture pieces. Throughout the week Mary will also demonstrate a variety of tricks and techniques on how to efficiently use the gouges, how to make difficult carving cuts, how to sharpen tools to a razor sharp edge, and how to make the carving appear deeper than it actually is. Students will have the opportunity of working on projects of their own along with projects that Mary has selected for their suitability in teaching the skills being demonstrated. This is a perfect class for beginners and experienced carvers. Beginning carvers can learn the basics from Mary, while experienced carvers will have a whole week to pick Mary’s brain, clarify the questions they may have been struggling with over the years, and practice the skills she will be showing you. This is a great opportunity to learn both the basics and the advanced techniques under the guidance of one of our country’s best carvers and instructors. Sign up today–his is a week that you will not want to miss!
Tuition: $895.00
Tuition Notes: Plus Materials ($28 plus tax)

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Saw Sharpening 101 With Matt Cianci with: Matt Cianci
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Saturday, October 23, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Description: This class is an introduction for woodworkers interested in learning how to sharpen their own handsaws and backsaws. The curriculum will cover jointing, filing teeth to uniform size and gullet depth, setting, and final sharpening. Topics discussed in depth will include the geometric and functional distinction between rip and crosscut teeth and how fleam and rake are combined to maximize the function of cutting along or across wood fibers. Proper file selection, filing technique, and saw vise requirements will also be discussed. No prior knowledge of saw sharpening is required. The class will be hands-on, with each student learning to sharpen a rip and crosscut saw. Students are encouraged to bring one or two saws only. These saws must be in decent shape. This is a sharpening class- not a saw rehab class! Sign up today- This is always a fun class!
Tuition: $145.00
Tuition Notes: Plus Materials ($20 paid directly to instructor)

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Five Week Intensive Furniture Making with: Bob Van Dyke
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Part 1: Monday, October 25, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 2: Tuesday, October 26, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 3: Wednesday, October 27, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 4: Thursday, October 28, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 5: Monday, November 1, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 6: Tuesday, November 2, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 7: Wednesday, November 3, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 8: Thursday, November 4, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 9: Monday, November 8, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 10: Tuesday, November 9, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 11: Wednesday, November 10, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 12: Thursday, November 11, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 13: Monday, November 15, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 14: Tuesday, November 16, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 15: Wednesday, November 17, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 16: Thursday, November 18, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 17: Monday, November 22, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Part 18: Tuesday, November 23, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Description: Over the years I have done hundreds of classes which feature projects that teach particular skills. The problem with these project classes is that the logistics of the class prevent us from spending sufficient time on any given new skill to really understand and gain any kind of proficiency in it. In this 5-week (4 days per week) class there is no project–Just skills, technique, and practice. With no project to distract us, we are able to spend days rather than hours to insure learning of basic–and not so basic–furniture-making skills and techniques.Plan on spending two to three days on the basic milling process–a strong foundation is essential to more advanced techniques. Instead of learning just enough to get through dovetailing a drawer, plan on spending at least 4, maybe 5, full days on dovetails. With these new hand skills, cutting a dovetail or a tenon by hand turns out to be a pretty simple affair which you will be able to do! FYI-you will be cutting a set of dovetails every day of this class.Machine set ups? I already know how to set up the machine–so in this class I will not set anything up–you will do that–after my demo and explanation, of course. You will learn what it takes to flatten a tabletop by machine and by hand, and to glue up a tabletop using one clamp and a handplane. We will get into planning a project, basic wood technology, buying lumber, tool sharpening, cutting joints by machine and by hand, along with basic finishing techniques . Ornamentation is a big part of fine furniture, so plan on spending a few days on working with veneers, inlay, and making decorative bandings. It is always good to get a second viewpoint, so I have arranged for some guest instructors to spend a day or two with us. Will Neptune will be here to do a day of hands-on carving; hopefully, Mike Pekovich will stop by for a morning of finishing and an afternoon of Japanese Kumiko decoration. Plan on expanding your ideas on furniture making and design–and plan on taking a few field trips to inspect some of the finest furniture made in Connecticut entirely by hand! Proficiency in handtools is essential in any high end furniture-making and we will spend a lot of our time on just that: two, maybe three, whole days on handplanes and at least another whole day just on sharpening. Because the handtools you are using are so critical to your success, I am strongly recommending ( I repeat–STRONGLY RECOMMENDING!) you purchase the tapered dovetail saw from Lie Nielsen Toolworks. My experience shows that this is one of the best dovetail saws on the market at a very fair price (mention that you are taking the class at CVSW to receive a 10% student discount). Cheaper saws will just frustrate you, and after using mine you will probably just end up buying it anyway!I will emphasize the proper and safe use of common woodshop machinery such as the tablesaw, jointer, thickness planer, router, and bandsaw. The school has a full complement of ready to use high-end hand tools and power tools, which you are welcome to use. These tools also will give you some experience and guidance in picking out your own tools, which you will eventually need to acquire.This class is designed for the serious student who has both the time and the desire to commit to a comprehensive course of study. It is NOT designed for beginners but rather someone who has done a bit of woodworking and is now ready to get serious and really learn some skills. Basic skills with the tablesaw, jointer, and thickness planer are required!! If you are a beginner, then you should sign up for the Fundamentals of Furniture Making, Intro to Cabinetmaking, or the Woodworking I class.If you have any questions about your skill level, which class would be best for you or what will be covered in the class, please contact me at bob@schoolofwoodworking.com.This is an opportunity you do not want to miss.
Tuition: $2,000.00
Tuition Notes: Plus Materials ($100)

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Woodworking II: Shaker Hall Table with: Tim Spratlin
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Part 1: Monday, October 25, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 2: Monday, November 1, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 3: Monday, November 8, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 4: Monday, November 15, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 5: Monday, November 22, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 6: Monday, November 29, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 7: Monday, December 6, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 8: Monday, December 13, 6 PM - 9:30 PM

Prerequisite: Woodworking I
Description: An eight-session class that is a continuation of the Woodworking I class. This class utilizes a combination of hand tools and power tools in the construction of a valuable piece of furniture. Techniques learned in the previous class are put to extensive use as more advanced techniques and skills are introduced. Mortise and tenon joints, grain matching, and using handplanes are a few of the new skills students will learn while making a cherry hall table. Class size is limited, Woodworking I is a prerequisite.
Tuition: $495.00
Tuition Notes: Plus Materials ($225.00)

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STRICTLY BOWLS - A Woodturning Class with: Rick Angus
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Part 1: Wednesday, November 3, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 2: Wednesday, November 10, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 3: Wednesday, November 17, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 4: Wednesday, December 1, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 5: Wednesday, December 8, 12 PM - 3:30 PM
Part 6: Wednesday, December 15, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 7: Wednesday, December 15, 6 PM - 9:30 PM

Description: Many students have asked for a class that offers the opportunity to turn bowls and only bowls. Students will have the opportunity to turn a shallow bowl, a deeper bowl, and–time permitting– a third bowl or a plate (think very shallow bowl). Students will learn to make jigs and fixtures that will be useful in finishing the bottom of any bowl. We will get into the use of a four jaw chuck as well as alternative ways to hold the work on the lathe without using a commercially made chuck. Sharp tools are essential, so we will be spending time atthe grinder learning how to sharpen bowl gouges and scrapers. Techniques for sanding and finishing bowls will also be covered. This is a great class whether you have turned a number of bowls already or have never even thought of turning a bowl. Sign up today.
Tuition: $345.00
Tuition Notes: Plus Materials

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Beginning Woodturning with: Rick Angus
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Part 1: Monday, November 8, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 2: Monday, November 15, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 3: Monday, November 22, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 4: Monday, November 29, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 5: Monday, December 6, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
Part 6: Monday, December 13, 6 PM - 9:30 PM

Description: This six evening class is designed for the beginning (or frustrated) woodturner and features extensive hands-on practice each night. Woodturning is a skill that requires some basic instruction and lots of practice. The class starts with basic spindle turning and includes a few simple projects like a mallet and spinning tops. We then move on to faceplate turning, which includes some cherry and mahogany bowls and plates. Along the way, we spend time learning about tool sharpening and general information about lathes, tools, chucks and various jigs used in woodturning. This is a great way to safely get into woodturning and gives you a good foundation for other more advanced turning classes and projects.
Tuition: $345.00
Tuition Notes: Plus Materials ($49.00)

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Basic Upholstery with: Mike Mascelli
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Part 1: Saturday, November 13, 9:30 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, November 14, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Description: This class will be a combination lecture, demonstration and hands-on session, which will provide an overview of the history, tools, techniques and materials of upholstery . Mike Mascelli has been a professional upholsterer his entire career and brings a lifetime of experience to this hands-on class.Mike will set up a complete working shop, including a collection of historic and modern tools, and cover the full range of traditional hand sewn andmodern upholstery methods. Presentations include "A Lively Guide to a Dying Art," which will be enhanced with demonstrations illustrating the tools and techniques portrayed. "A Tale of Two Chairs" presents step by step photos contrasting traditional work on a period armchair and modern methods on a 1940s chair.Students will complete an open-frame slip seat by stretching and tacking webbing; cutting and fitting the foundation, lofting, and show cover materials; and installing a proper dust cover. Then, building on these new skills, complete a small-scale sprung footstool by hand-tying springs and learning basic cutting and folding techniques, then finishing off the corners with proper blind stitches.The class will also include a complete discussion of tools and machines, as well as tips on common repair techniques such as replacing buttons without having to open up thechair. Students will receive a booklet containing, excerpts, illustrations, yardage charts, and sources of supply. This class is for anyone with an interest in the tools, terminology, andtechniques of the upholstery trade.
Tuition: $365.00
Tuition Notes: Plus Materials $55

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Zen Of French Polish with: John Coffey
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Part 1: Saturday, November 13, 9:30 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, November 14, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Description: French polish is a technique for putting shellac on wood as a finish. Shellac is perhaps the most versatile finish that can be used to finish furniture–it is hard and durable, it is restorable without having to remove it, and best of all it may be the most beautiful finish you could put on a piece of furniture!One main benefit of French polish is it can be applied in less than ideal finishing conditions. Dust is not an issue as the polish dries almost as soon as it isrubbed on. The polisher can stop at any time in the process and pick it up at a later date. Best of all, the technique puts very little material on a surface, evenirregular ones.As an antique restorer, Coffey is often required to put on a finish that preserves the color and texture of their surface–he cannot sand the surface. French polishing is uniquely suited for this task. The technique follows the undulating character of old surfaces or handplaned surfaces, filling the grain until the surface is lustrousand polished.In a two-day class, Coffey will show his technique for French polishing by assisting the students with their own projects. The students can expect to be well on their way to finishing a small table or chest but, more importantly, will learn the skill of applying shellac using a pad in such a way that only the thinnest of coatings will be between the observer and the object, allowing the natural beauty of the wood to show through. The woodworker spends so much time selecting just the right board, perfecting his or her technique on cutting dovetails and tenons, why not make sure the work receives what it deserves–the best finish possible? The old saw is never truer: while a good finish might be able to hide poor woodworking, a bad finish will take away from even the best work.John Coffey is an antique restorer in Locust Valley, NY. He has taken conservation classes at the Smithsonian Institution and at Dakota County Technical College (MN) with senior conservator at the Smithsonian, Donald C. Williams. He has assisted with the "Ten Thousand Springs Pavilion" exhibit for the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. and when it was in Queens, N.Y. John holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Hobart College. Sign up today!
Tuition: $365.00
Tuition Notes: Plus Materials ($30)

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Woodworking I: Walnut Jewelry Box with: Tim Spratlin
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Part 1: Saturday, November 20, 9:30 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, November 21, 9:30 AM - 5 PM
Part 3: Saturday, December 4, 9:30 AM - 5 PM
Part 4: Sunday, December 5, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Description: A hands-on course that covers the basic concepts of woodworking and furniture making. This eight-session class is a combination of demonstrations and hands-on practice. General shop safety (with particular concentration on using the tablesaw) is emphasized. Students will utilize the skills, techniques and tools (both power and hand-tools) being taught in the class in the making of a walnut jewelry box. This project could also be used to store a variety of other personal items. Skills learned will provide a strong foundation for subsequent furniture-making classes. Class size is limited to 8 students.
Tuition: $495.00
Tuition Notes: Plus Materials ($59.00)

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Woodworking I: Walnut Jewelry Box with: Tim Spratlin
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Wednesday, January 12, 6 PM - 9:30 PM

Description: A hands-on course that covers the basic concepts of woodworking and furniture making. This eight-session (or four day) class is a combination of demonstrations and hands-on practice. General shop safety (with particular concentration on using the tablesaw) is emphasized. Students will utilize the skills, techniques and tools (both power and hand-tools) being taught in the class, in the making of a walnut jewelry box. This project could also be used to store a variety of other personal items. Skills learned will provide a strong foundation for subsequent furniture-making classes. This class is a required prerequisite for other classes in the Fundamentals Of Furniture-Making series and has always proven worthwhile to beginner and advanced students alike. Class size limited to 8 students.
Tuition: $495.00
Tuition Notes: Plus materials $59.00

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