WORKSHOPS

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Join us in this intro to wood working and make your very own custom reclaimed cheese board.  We will take you through the entire process, getting you confident using the jigsaw, bandsaw, router, drill press, oscillating spindle sander, and hand tools.  Walk out with a beautifully finished premium reclaimed cheese board and the skills to make another one!

cheeseboard-edit-1024x422 copyGreat for all skill levels.  No previous woodworking experience required. All materials included.

2017 DATES TO BE ANNOUCED SOON!

 CLICK HERE TO REGISTER – Fill out our contact form with the Workshop you would like to take & dates that work for you.

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TABLE BUILDING WORKSHOP

Learn to use Traditional Wood Joinery

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Learn traditional wood joinery and build small reclaimed side table to take home in this 5 week course.  This is an exciting way to make something beautiful while getting familiar with the hand and power tools at The Shop. We’ll introduce you to mitres, bridal joints, mortise and tenon joints and dovetails, and help you build a sturdy but elegant side table out of solid reclaimed wood.

All materials included. No previous woodworking experience necessary. PLEASE WEAR: closed-toe shoes, no loose clothing, hair tied back.

2017 DATES TO BE ANNOUCED SOON!

 CLICK HERE TO REGISTER – Fill out our contact form with the Workshop you would like to take & dates that work for you.

$580

*Please note: We like to give one-on-one attention to our students so we limit our class size to 4 students. All workshops are non-refundable.  Please make sure the dates works with your schedule. *

 

“the best 15 hours I’ve ever spent. What a pleasure to see such ART  in the works and in  such a traditional fashion.  Our course was a perfect balance of instruction and attendee (3) students—-you are certainly an effective and supportive instructor. You have a gift! The other two attendees were great guys and fun to work with as the projects selected were similar yet not the same—–little bits to learn on each piece! I will send along a photo as soon as I can—-you might’nt be able to see my coffee table for the smile! “
-Steve Pugh (Master Joiner-Class of ’16)  Uxbridge