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If you're new to woodworking and want to set off on the right foot, or if you're just looking to improve your sharpening game, this one-day class focusing on getting sharp, whatever the tool, is a great way to get you up and running.

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Smoothing Plane

Okay, so now you can sharpen. Let's put that to use.
Foundations of Woodworking is a series of classes that build the fundamental skills required for doing good woodworking, whatever direction or aesthetic you want to dig deeper into later on.
Starting with the basics, like hand planes, chisels and saws, progressing on to spokeshaves, card scrapers, rasps and all the other tools that so many woodworkers are mystified with.

This series of classes will start you down the path with the right foot forward.

If you have ever wanted to give Kumiko a try, this is the perfect way to get stuck in. Using a chisel, a series of paring blocks, and a small saw you will be able to make this beautiful Kumiko Coaster.

Included in the course fee is a set of two paring blocks, a small Douzuki saw and enough material to make a second coaster at home.

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Kumiko Coaster
Crisp Corner & Rose Head Nails

Classes that cover building a particular piece from start to finish (literally!) or an in-depth look at a set of skills ranging from beginner through to the more advanced. From one to five-day long courses, depending on the project and your skill level, there'll be something to suit what you're looking for.

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For beginners who are looking to take a deep dive into hand tool woodworking or more experienced woodworkers who are looking to refine particular skills, instruction and assistance on a one-to-one basis is one of the most effective and efficient ways of getting the skills and techniques under your belt.

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Cutting Dovetails
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