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Phone:
(206) 767-6394
Fax:
(206) 767-8034
Email:
seattle-retail@woodcraft.com

5963 Corson Ave. S. Suite #120
Seattle, WA 98108

Hours of Operation

sunday 9 AM - 5 PM
monday 9 AM - 7 PM
tuesday 9 AM - 7 PM
wednesday 9 AM - 7 PM
thursday 9 AM - 9 PM
friday 9 AM - 7 PM
saturday 9 AM - 6 PM

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Bespoke Shop Aprons with: Jeff Marsden
All

Saturday, June 16, 9 AM - 5 PM

Description: In this class, men will be sewing! You read right - SEWING! We'll also be riveting, cutting, slashing, beating, banging, burning, and cussing. Ladies are welcome, as long as you promise not to laugh at, or cuss better than, the men. A shop apron is a must-have for any serious woodworker. In this class we'll be making aprons customized to fit your, ahem, "unique" body type. The aprons will be made of waxed duck cloth with saddle stitched hems for strength and durability. All hemmed corners will also be reinforced with brass rivets. Each student may customize the pocket configuration to suit their needs. The apron will be fitted with adjustable leather straps.Don't worry if you've never sewn before, we'll be using some leather working tricks that will make you look like a pro.
Tuition: $125
Tuition Notes: A $30 Material Fee Payable To The Instructor Is Required For This Class.

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Oaxacan Wood Carving with: Saman Shojaei
Beginner

Part 1: Tuesday, September 11, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Tuesday, September 18, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 3: Tuesday, September 25, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 4: Tuesday, October 2, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 5: Tuesday, October 9, 6 PM - 9 PM

Description: Anyone who has been to Mexico has seen these wildly painted carved animal figurines. In this introductory carving class Saman will teach the student how to carve and paint them for themselves.During the class, Saman will discuss and demonstrate tool use, as well as sharpening and honing techniques to keep your tool edges razor sharp.Once the carving is complete the real fun begins as your imagination is free to paint the figures as brightly and wildly as you like. Saman also happens to be and excellent painter and will show the students various ways to really make their creations unique.
Tuition: $175
Tuition Notes: All Materials Are Included In The Cost Of The Class

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Building A Dutch Tool Chest with: Steve Dando
Beginner/Intermediate

Part 1: Thursday, September 13, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Thursday, September 20, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 3: Thursday, September 27, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 4: Thursday, October 4, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 5: Thursday, October 11, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear (safety Glasses, Ear Protection, Dust Protection, Closed-toe Shoes)
Description: If you're like me, your hand tools are lying all over your shop and you can never find a tool when you need it. In this class we're going to help you fix that by making your hand tools a home. We will be building a classic Dutch tool chest. The chest is modeled after the Dutch Tool Chest by Christopher Schwartz. The chest will be made from Poplar and will include carrying handles, hinged lid. A variety of joints including dovetails, miters, dados, etc..., will be used in the construction of the chest. This is a solid chest, meant to last a lifetime and beyond.
Tuition: $275
Tuition Notes: A Material Fee Of $175 Is Required For This Class

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Flat, Square, & Straight - Jointer/Planer/Tablesaw with: Jeff Marsden
Beginner/Intermediate

Friday, September 14, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear (safety Glasses, Ear Protection, Dust Protection, Closed-toe Shoes)
Description: In order to get clean, tight-fitting joints in your woodworking projects, you must be able to accurately flatten, square, and true-up your boards before you even begin the joinery. In this class, you'll learn how the Jointer, Planer, and Tablesaw work together to help you accomplish this fundamental, but necessary task.
Tuition: $90

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CLS735 - A Journey On Joinery (For The Beginner) with: Jerry Bass
Beginner

Sunday, September 16, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear (safety Glasses, Ear Protection, Dust Protection, Closed-toe Shoes).
Description: This introductory class will teach you about six different types of popular joints: a drawer lock joint, a mortise and tenon joint, a dowel joint, a box joint, a dado joint, and biscuit joinery. You will create a serving tray using each of these six joints, and will use tools such as the mortiser, router table and dado blade on a tablesaw. Join Jerry as he shows you how to construct each joint and learn his insights as to "how to select the appropriate joint for various woodworking projects." Jerry's instruction and guidance will ease any hesitations you may have had about joinery and you'll leave with your own 'hands-on reminder' (i.e., the serving tray)!
Tuition: $160
Tuition Notes: A Material Fee Of $20 Payable To The Instructor Is Required For This Class

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CLS391 - Beginning Relief Carving with: Saman Shojaei
Beginner

Part 1: Wednesday, September 19, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Wednesday, September 26, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 3: Wednesday, October 3, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 4: Wednesday, October 10, 6 PM - 9 PM

Description: Relief carving is the method used to raise a carved design on wood so that it stands above the background. Our instructor Saman will guide each student though a series of project based exercises designed to build the student's confidence.Carving chisels come in a myriad of shapes and sizes and learning the proper way to sharpen and hone the basic chisel shapes will be emphasized. This hands-on course will give you the fundamentals you need to move on to Three Dimensional Carving and Carving For Furniture.
Tuition: $175
Tuition Notes: All Carving Materials Are Included In The Price Of The Class

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CLS403 - Executive Pen with: John Jones
Beginner

Friday, September 28, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear (safety Glasses, Ear Protection, Dust Protection, Closed-toe Shoes).
Description: Join our pen turning instructor John, as he guides you in creating an executive European-style pen, suitable for gift giving. Whether it's your first pen ever, or a new style for you, you'll learn some new tricks along with basic turning skills.
Tuition: $90
Tuition Notes: Includes Materials For One Pen

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CLS345 - Beginning Knife Making with: Robb Gray
All

Saturday, September 29, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Description: We are very lucky to have professional knife maker and leatherworker Robb Gray joining us as our new knife making instructor here at Woodcraft. Robb's work can be seen at Filson's flagship store here in Seattle and on their website. His work can also be found in private collections around the world.A good knife is indispensable, in this class Robb will guide the student through the process of making them. Each student will be given a knife kit and a choice of knife scales. Robb will cover handle sizing, shaping, fastening, finishing and polishing. He will also discuss customizing kit blades to refine the blade shape and how to properly sharpen and maintain the blade. At the end of the class the student will walk out of class with a sharp quality knife that will last them a life time.If time permits Robb will discuss how to design and lay out a leather sheath, so you can make a sheath at home or in a future class.
Tuition: $200

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Beginning Knife Making - Sheaths with: Robb Gray
All

Sunday, September 30, 10 AM - 5 PM

Description: Making the knife is only one part of the process of knife making. Making a strong durable sheath is the other part. Each knife is different and requires a carefully designed sheath to hold and protect both the knife and the user.We are very lucky in that our knife making instructor Robb is also an accomplished leather worker. Robb designs and makes all his own sheaths to go with his custom made knives.In this class Robb will go over the requirements for making a proper sheath. Design, Material selection, stitching, riveting, and embellishments, are a few topics that will be discussed during this class.Using the woodcraft leather sheath kit, each student will go home with a basic sheath that they can store a custom made knife in. If you've attended Robb's knife making class in the past this a great opportunity to make a fitted sheath to go with the knife you made in his class.
Tuition: $145

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CLS204 - Sawdust Therapy I (Beginning Woodworking) with: Steve Dando
Beginner

Part 1: Monday, October 1, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Monday, October 8, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 3: Monday, October 15, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 4: Monday, October 22, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 5: Monday, October 29, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear Including Hearing Protection, Safety Glasses & Dust Mask
Description: Learn the basics of using power tools for woodworking. You'll learn about the router, drill press, dovetail jigs, jointer, planer, band saw, and more as you create a tool box/garden tote/candle box.
Tuition: $275
Tuition Notes: A $25 Material Fee Payable To The Instructor Is Required For This Class.

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CLS740 - Turning 101 with: Jack Wayne
Beginner

Part 1: Friday, October 12, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Saturday, October 13, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear (safety Glasses, Ear Protection, Dust Protection, Closed-toe Shoes)
Description: This class covers basic lathe operation, safety, lathe tools, and some sharpening. This is a must class for anyone who wants to learn the art of woodturning. The Captain will guide you through several hands-on exercises to learn the basics of turning wood and you'll leave with a bowl and multi-use mallet. All tools are provided for this class.
Tuition: $275
Tuition Notes: A Material Fee Of $40 Payable To The Instructor Is Required For This Class.

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CLS739 - Beginning Broom Making with: Kat Porath
Beginner

Sunday, October 14, 12 PM - 4 PM

Description: Broom making with Kat.Come make a traditional broom of your own using an old -fashioned technique called the "Appalachian Weave".You'll select and finish a handle of your choosing, then pick your corn, and finally wrap the twine and weave the pattern that secures it all together.The twine is wound around the handle and broom corn using a foot spindle to control and keep the twine taut.The styles of brooms to make include :1. Round, either full two layers of corn, or a wispier version called a cobweb broom of one layer.2. Flat, which calls for a couple of additional steps, may also be constructed.
Tuition: $125
Tuition Notes: A $25 Material Fee Payable To The Instructor Is Required For This Class

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CLS737 - Carving In The Round with: Saman Shojaei
Beginner

Part 1: Wednesday, October 17, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Wednesday, October 24, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 3: Wednesday, November 7, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 4: Wednesday, November 14, 6 PM - 9 PM

Prerequisite: All Materials Are Included In The Cost Of The Class
Description: Would you like to see how you would do carving a 3-dimensional figure or object? Saman is just the person to show you how to go about it, from the different tools to use to what woods to choose for your project. In this class, a 3-dimensional whimsical animal will be carved. During the class, Saman will discuss and demonstrate sharpening and honing techniques to keep your tool edges razor sharp.
Tuition: $175

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CLS758 Flat, Square, & Straight - Jointer/Planer/Tablesaw with: Jeff Marsden
Beginner/Intermediate

Friday, October 19, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear (safety Glasses, Ear Protection, Dust Protection, Closed-toe Shoes)
Description: In order to get clean, tight-fitting joints in your woodworking projects, you must be able to accurately flatten, square, and true-up your boards before you even begin the joinery. In this class, you'll learn how the Jointer, Planer, and Tablesaw work together to help you accomplish this fundamental, but necessary task.
Tuition: $90

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CLS697 - Introduction To The CNC Machine with: Eugene Bagdon
All

Sunday, October 21, 10 AM - 5 PM

Description: CNC machines are becoming an important part of woodworking. As the machines become more common and affordable they are finding their way into home wood working shops.This class is for the absolute CNC novice. If you've seen the machines and are curious about their potential, then this is the class for you.The class will guide the student through the core concepts of computer aided design and manufacturing, CAD/CAM for short.Using Vectric's Aspire software, the student will develop a design for a sign for their home. Once the design is complete, the student will be taken through the process of creating roughing tool and finishing tool cutting path files for the CNC machine to use.Once the design is complete and the tool cutting path files are created, each student will be shown how to set up and run the CNC machine to create their own unique lidded box. A carved design will also be incorporated into the lid.
Tuition: $225
Tuition Notes: Materials Are Included In The Cost Of The Class

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Beginning Furniture Carving - The Ball And Claw Foot with: Saman Shojaei
Beginner

Part 1: Tuesday, October 23, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Tuesday, October 30, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 3: Tuesday, November 6, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glove & Carving Tools
Description: This is a great opportunity to take your furniture making to the next level.Our carving instructor Saman will take the student through the process of laying out and carving the traditional ball and claw foot found on many period furniture pieces.It's not as hard as you might think.We will be bringing in Honduran Mahogany specially for this class. Honduran Mahogany is a wonderful wood to carve with and polishes, with a little oil, to a warm beautiful sheen. You will be truly please with the finished piece.
Tuition: $145
Tuition Notes: There Is A $25 Material Fee Required For This Class.

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Scroll Saw 101 with: David Lippincott
Beginner

Friday, October 26, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear, Including Eye, Hearing, And Dust Protection.
Description: This class covers the types of scroll saws available, proper blade selection, set-up, and safe operation of the scroll saw. It's a hands-on class and you'll be going through numerous exercises: learning how to start a cut, follow patterns, make turns, and all the basics that'll get you started in a fun and fulfilling hobby.
Tuition: $90

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Natural Edge Bowl with: Jack Wayne
Intermediate

Saturday, October 27, 10 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Basic Bowl Turning Experience
Tools Required: Safety Gear & Turning Tools
Description: How do they do that? Bowls with wavy edges, bowls with bark on the rim, bowls with spikey "live" edges...what is the secret? This one day class will show you how to create these stunning shapes, show you how to avoid potential problems, and how to refine the design process. All leading to a very personal, one-of-a-kind creation! This is an exciting class, guaranteed to be fun and rewarding!
Tuition: $150
Tuition Notes: Plus $30 For Wood

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Turning Magic Wands with: Alisabeth Nash
All

Sunday, October 28, 10 AM - 3 PM

Description: If your unable to make the trip to Ollivanders Wand Emporium for that perfect wizarding wand then we can help.Our Master Wand maker Alizabeth has studied the fine art of making wands with the Elvish Masters deep in the Olympic Mountains. She has been granted special permission to share this knowledge with a few special people. During this class she will share the knowledge of tuning magical woods on the lathe and setting rare precious crystals of power onto the ends of the wands.This is a class that's sure to be fun for the whole family.
Tuition: $100
Tuition Notes: There Is A $10 Material Fee Payable To The Instructor For This Class

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Building A Roubo Frame Saw with: Steve Dando
Beginner/Intermediate

Part 1: Thursday, November 1, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Thursday, November 8, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 3: Thursday, November 15, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 4: Thursday, November 29, 6 PM - 9 PM

Description: If your interested in learning how to work wood by hand as it was once done, then a good place to start is with sawing. It's a work out but it is a lot of fun. In this class Steve will show you how to build a Roubo Frame Saw. This style of saw was originally used for cutting veneer from logs. Today we use it in place of or in-conjunction with a band saw. It excels at resawing lumber or ripping planks. In the class the student will cut and shape the the arms and stretchers. Fit them together with tenons, mount the hardware and install the blade.With the saw complete Steve will instruct the students in the proper use of their new saw. Care and sharpening will also be discussed during the class.
Tuition: $250
Tuition Notes: A Material Fee, Payable To The Instructor, Of $225.00 Is Required For This Class.

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CLS740 - Turning 101 with: Jack Wayne
Beginner

Part 1: Friday, November 2, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Saturday, November 3, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear (safety Glasses, Ear Protection, Dust Protection, Closed-toe Shoes)
Description: This class covers basic lathe operation, safety, lathe tools, and some sharpening. This is a must class for anyone who wants to learn the art of woodturning. The Captain will guide you through several hands-on exercises to learn the basics of turning wood and you'll leave with a bowl and multi-use mallet. All tools are provided for this class.
Tuition: $275
Tuition Notes: A Material Fee Of $40 Payable To The Instructor Is Required For This Class.

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Turning The Classic Pepper Mill with: David Lippincott
Intermediate

Sunday, November 4, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Must Have Basic Turning Skills, Or Have Completed Turning 101.
Description: In this class the student will learn how to design a pepper mill, transfer the design to a story board, and turn the pepper mill using the story board as a pattern. Through the course of several hands-on exercises to learn the basics of spindle turning, the student will produce their own pepper mill to take home. Lathe operation, safety and some sharpening will also be covered. Appropriate turning tools will be provided.
Tuition: $150
Tuition Notes: Includes Materials For One Pepper Mill.

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Router 103 - Dovetail Jigs In Detail with: Steve Dando
Beginner

Monday, November 5, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear, Including Eye, Hearing & Dust Protection
Description: In this beginning class the student will learn to make the king of woodworking joints - the Dovetail joint. The student will be introduced to the various types of jig and router options available for making this joint. Learn the basic dovetail types and possible variations available with certain jigs. This is a hands on class and each student will have the opportunity to operate one or more jigs during the class.
Tuition: $90

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CLS679 - Beginning Spoon Carving with: Saman Shojaei
Beginner

Saturday, November 10, 12 PM - 4 PM

Description: In this class, students will learn the basics of 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.
Tuition: $100
Tuition Notes: Materials Are Provided For This Class

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Beginning Woodworking - Squaring Up Wood Using Handplanes with: Laurence Lance
All

Sunday, November 11, 10 AM - 4 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear (Eye, Ear, Dust Protection And Closed-toe Shoes)
Description: Flat, Straight and Square - Are you up for the challenge?Stop using your grandfather's old hand planes as paper weights. In this class we're going to show you how they are meant to be used. You might just be surprised at how well they actually work. The class will cover tuning, sharpening and the proper techniques for planing rough stock to dimensioned lumberSo, are you up for the challenge?Other topics discussed during the class will be the use of various types of bench jigs used in the process of squaring and cutting wood.
Tuition: $125
Tuition Notes: All Materials Are Included In The Price Of The Class

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Sawdust Therapy 2 (Beginning Woodworking - Design/Build) with: Steve Dando
Beginner

Part 1: Monday, November 12, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Monday, November 19, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 3: Monday, November 26, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 4: Monday, December 3, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 5: Monday, December 10, 6 PM - 9 PM

Prerequisite: Saw Dust Therapy 1 Or Instructor Approval
Tools Required: Safety Gear (safety Glasses, Ear Protection, Dust Protection, Closed-toe Shoes)
Description: In this class, while building a beautiful Arts & Crafts End Table, our instructor Steve will help you move your woodworking skills up to the next level. The table design is one that Steve has developed from various Arts & Crafts elements of the Gamble and Blacker Houses.Steve will show the student how to take off dimensions from existing furniture, how to lay out and draw shop drawings to build from, how to make a cutting list, and how to estimate the materials required to build the End Table.Using their Cutting Lists the students will acquire materials of their choice from which to build the table. Then using the drawings they made, each student will build the End Table. The various skills learned in Sawdust Therapy 1 will be reviewed and reinforced during the construction of the table. These include table saw, jointer, thickness planer and router set up and use.
Tuition: $250
Tuition Notes: Student Supplies Materials Of Their Own Choice

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Turning 102 with: Jack Wayne
Beginner/Intermediate

Part 1: Tuesday, November 13, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Wednesday, November 14, 9:30 AM - 5 PM
Part 3: Thursday, November 15, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear (safety Glasses, Ear Protection, Dust Protection, Closed-toe Shoes)
Description: This class is for those who have some turning experience and are looking to advance their skills in the craft. The class will focus on turning bowls, hollow forms, and platters and the wood and techniques to turn them. The class will take a deeper dive into texturing, finishing, and coloring techniques such as: spiraling tools, chatter tools, pyrography, sanding, and finishing, which will include sealers and finish selection, natural wood finishes including oils and waxes, spirit stains and application techniques, specialist wax finishes such as liming, and gilt treatments.
Tuition: $375
Tuition Notes: A Material Fee Of $45 Payable To The Instructor Is Required For This Class.

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CLS439 - Intro To SketchUp For Woodworking with: Jerry Bass
All

Saturday, November 17, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Basic Familiarity With PC Usage
Description: In this class, you'll learn all the SketchUp basics needed for effective design and modeling of wood projects. This class takes you through a sequence of learning modules, each starting with discussion and demonstration, and ending with you performing the operations on your own computer under instructor guidance. There are also project modules during which you use the skills learned up to that point to create a realistic model of something relevant to woodworking. Applying skills you will have learned throughout the day, you will use SketchUp to model a table with tapered legs, assembled using mortise and tenon joinery, and including decorative features you select to customize the design.
Tuition: $160

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CLS735 - A Journey On Joinery (For The Beginner) with: Jerry Bass
Beginner

Sunday, November 18, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear (safety Glasses, Ear Protection, Dust Protection, Closed-toe Shoes).
Description: This introductory class will teach you about six different types of popular joints: a drawer lock joint, a mortise and tenon joint, a dowel joint, a box joint, a dado joint, and biscuit joinery. You will create a serving tray using each of these six joints, and will use tools such as the mortiser, router table and dado blade on a tablesaw. Join Jerry as he shows you how to construct each joint and learn his insights as to "how to select the appropriate joint for various woodworking projects." Jerry's instruction and guidance will ease any hesitations you may have had about joinery and you'll leave with your own 'hands-on reminder' (i.e., the serving tray)!
Tuition: $160
Tuition Notes: A Material Fee Of $20 Payable To The Instructor Is Required For This Class

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Beginning Carving - Santa Claus with: Saman Shojaei
Beginner

Part 1: Tuesday, November 20, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Tuesday, November 27, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 3: Tuesday, December 11, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 4: Tuesday, December 18, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Carving Tools; Safety Gear (safety Glasses, Ear Protection, Dust Protection, Closed-toe Shoes)
Description: Would you like to see how you would do carving a 3-dimensional figure or object? Saman is just the person to show you how to go about it, from the different tools to use, to what woods to choose for your project. In this class the student will learn the basics of carving in the round.Saman will guide each student through the process of creating a 3-dimensional Santa Claus figure. During the class, Saman will discuss and demonstrate sharpening and honing techniques to keep your tool edges razor sharp.
Tuition: $225
Tuition Notes: Materials Included

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Pyrography/Wood Burning 101 with: Sylvia Wayne
Beginner

Wednesday, November 21, 6 PM - 9 PM

Description: This is a class for anyone who has ever wanted to add designs or decorations to "jazz-up" their woodworking projects. Specifically, those who have a woodburning tool in their shop or craft room that they haven't quite figured out how to use yet. Sylvia will show you the basic burning tips needed for any machine. Then she'll show you her way of using each of them to achieve any simple design that you might want to create. Bring your woodburning tools and let Sylvia show you how to put them to work for you.
Tuition: $100
Tuition Notes: Includes Materials

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CLS740 - Turning 101 with: Jack Wayne
Beginner

Part 1: Friday, November 30, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Saturday, December 1, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear (safety Glasses, Ear Protection, Dust Protection, Closed-toe Shoes)
Description: This class covers basic lathe operation, safety, lathe tools, and some sharpening. This is a must class for anyone who wants to learn the art of woodturning. The Captain will guide you through several hands-on exercises to learn the basics of turning wood and you'll leave with a bowl and multi-use mallet. All tools are provided for this class.
Tuition: $275
Tuition Notes: A Material Fee Of $40 Payable To The Instructor Is Required For This Class.

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CLS697 - Introduction To The CNC Machine with: Eugene Bagdon
All

Sunday, December 2, 10 AM - 5 PM

Description: CNC machines are becoming an important part of woodworking. As the machines become more common and affordable they are finding their way into home wood working shops.This class is for the absolute CNC novice. If you've seen the machines and are curious about their potential, then this is the class for you.The class will guide the student through the core concepts of computer aided design and manufacturing, CAD/CAM for short.Using Vectric's Aspire software, the student will develop a design for a sign for their home. Once the design is complete, the student will be taken through the process of creating roughing tool and finishing tool cutting path files for the CNC machine to use.Once the design is complete and the tool cutting path files are created, each student will be shown how to set up and run the CNC machine to create their own unique lidded box. A carved design will also be incorporated into the lid.
Tuition: $225
Tuition Notes: Materials Are Included In The Cost Of The Class

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Get Ready For Christmas Ornaments! with: David Lippincott
Beginner

Tuesday, December 4, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear & Turning Tools
Description: Join David as you learn beginning turning skills and create 2-3 charming holiday ornaments in a variety of woods and/or acrylics! Great for hanging on your tree this coming Christmas.
Tuition: $90

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Hand Tool Basics - 3 Joints With 9 Tools with: Steve Dando
All

Part 1: Thursday, December 6, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Thursday, December 13, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 3: Thursday, December 20, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 4: Thursday, December 27, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 5: Thursday, January 3, 6 PM - 9 PM

Description: Hand tools can take over where your power tools leave off. They'll help you smooth your boards for a top shelf finish, fine tune the fit of your joinery, and create beautiful wood furniture. So get started right.......or get back on track where you left off years ago. In this class you'll learn how to use the 9 basic hand tools: chisel, hand plane, dovetail saw, combination square, marking knife, sliding bevel, router, plane, and hammer. Then learn how to put them to work making the 3 traditional joints used in fine woodworking: the dado, the mortise and tenon, and the dovetail.
Tuition: $300
Tuition Notes: A $35 Material Fee Payable To The Instructor Is Required For This Class.

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Introduction To Intarsia with: Saman Shojaei
All

Part 1: Saturday, December 8, 10 AM - 4 PM
Part 2: Sunday, December 9, 10 AM - 4 PM

Description: Intarsia is a technique where beautiful pictures are created in wood using different species and grain patterns for contrast. In this hands-on class, each student will be creating a festive winter snow man out of Aspen, Mahogany, cherry and Walnut. The cutting is done on a scroll saw, then each individual piece is shaped using carving tools and sandpaper to create depth. Once all the pieces are cut, shaped, and sanded they are glued up on a backer board to createthe picture.
Tuition: $175
Tuition Notes: All Tools And Materials Are Included In The Cost Of The Class.

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CLS758 Flat, Square, & Straight - Jointer/Planer/Tablesaw with: Jeff Marsden
Beginner/Intermediate

Friday, December 14, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Safety Gear (safety Glasses, Ear Protection, Dust Protection, Closed-toe Shoes)
Description: In order to get clean, tight-fitting joints in your woodworking projects, you must be able to accurately flatten, square, and true-up your boards before you even begin the joinery. In this class, you'll learn how the Jointer, Planer, and Tablesaw work together to help you accomplish this fundamental, but necessary task.
Tuition: $90

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CLS765 Bespoke Shop Aprons with: Jeff Marsden
All

Saturday, December 15, 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Description: In this class, men will be sewing! You read right - SEWING! We'll also be riveting, cutting, slashing, beating, banging, burning, and cussing. Ladies are welcome, as long as you promise not to laugh at, or cuss better than, the men. A shop apron is a must-have for any serious woodworker. In this class we'll be making aprons customized to fit your, ahem, "unique" body type. The aprons will be made of waxed duck cloth with saddle stitched hems for strength and durability. All hemmed corners will also be reinforced with brass rivets. Each student may customize the pocket configuration to suit their needs. The apron will be fitted with adjustable leather straps.Don't worry if you've never sewn before, we'll be using some leather working tricks that will make you look like a pro.
Tuition: $125
Tuition Notes: A $30 Material Fee Payable To The Instructor Is Required For This Class.

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CLS345 - Beginning Knife Making with: Robb Gray
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Sunday, December 16, 9:30 AM - 5 PM

Description: We are very lucky to have professional knife maker and leatherworker Robb Gray joining us as our new knife making instructor here at Woodcraft. Robb's work can be seen at Filson's flagship store here in Seattle and on their website. His work can also be found in private collections around the world.A good knife is indispensable, in this class Robb will guide the student through the process of making them. Each student will be given a knife kit and a choice of knife scales. Robb will cover handle sizing, shaping, fastening, finishing and polishing. He will also discuss customizing kit blades to refine the blade shape and how to properly sharpen and maintain the blade. At the end of the class the student will walk out of class with a sharp quality knife that will last them a life time.If time permits Robb will discuss how to design and lay out a leather sheath, so you can make a sheath at home or in a future class.
Tuition: $200

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Sharpening 101 with: Jeff Marsden
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Friday, December 21, 6 PM - 9 PM

Description: Sharpening 101 introduces you to the various types of sharpening. Oil stones, water stones, diamond stones, dry grinding, and sharpening on the Tormek are covered. Various woodworking hand tools will be sharpened and appropriate bevel angles will be discussed for each tool. This is a hands-on class that is sure to hone your sharpening skills. Bring your dull tools to practice on.
Tuition: $90

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Turning Magic Wands with: Alisabeth Nash
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Saturday, December 22, 10 AM - 3 PM

Description: If your unable to make the trip to Ollivanders Wand Emporium for that perfect wizarding wand then we can help.Our Master Wand maker Alizabeth has studied the fine art of making wands with the Elvish Masters deep in the Olympic Mountains. She has been granted special permission to share this knowledge with a few special people. During this class she will share the knowledge of tuning magical woods on the lathe and setting rare precious crystals of power onto the ends of the wands.This is a class that's sure to be fun for the whole family.
Tuition: $100
Tuition Notes: There Is A $10 Material Fee Payable To The Instructor For This Class

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The Roubo - A Workbench's Workbench with: Jeff Marsden
Beginner/Intermediate

Part 1: Friday, December 28, 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Part 2: Saturday, December 29, 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Part 3: Sunday, December 30, 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Part 4: Friday, January 4, 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Part 5: Saturday, January 5, 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Part 6: Sunday, January 6, 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Part 7: Friday, January 11, 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Part 8: Saturday, January 12, 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Part 9: Sunday, January 13, 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM

Description: Move over Sjoberg, we're building the mother, father and grandparents of all benches. If you've been thinking of buying a bench, why not build one?In this class we will be building the bench made famous by Andre Roubo (1739-1791) in his book L'Art du Menuisier (The Art of Joinery).The size and heft (north of 450 lbs!) of this bench make it ideal for hand tool use. The bench will be made from solid select grade European Beech with a Sapele or Cherry leg vise, deadman and removable tool board. The top is a massive 25" x 79" x 4" thick (no aprons hiding a thinner top on this bench!!). The legs are 3-1/2" x 5" x 32"(+- as the bench will be optimized to each student's height). The bench will be fitted with a leg vise, sliding tail vise, sliding deadman and a removable tool board that fits down the middle of the bench top.Don't worry about getting this monster home: the bench is designed with knock-down hardware to aide in transport to your shop. Once in it's new home, though, we suggest you don't move it again - your back will thank you!All materials and standard hardware are included in the cost of the class.If you'd like to see a picture of the bench, call the store and we'll email one out to you.
Tuition: $1675
Tuition Notes: Upgrade Your Bench To Benchcrafted Hardware For $850. To Allow For Material Purchase, Students Must Be Signed Up By 12/14/2018.

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