A traditional and tactile approach to woodworking, these classes focus on the usage of handtools and handcut joinery.

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Introduction to Chip Carving (March)


March 4th, 2021

6:00pm – 8:00pm Central Standard Time Zone

An online Introduction to Chip Carving – a versatile style of folk carving using inexpensive and simple tools. The instructor will demonstrate essential cuts and shapes that can be used to adorn furniture, boxes, utensils or any kind of decorative or functional woodwork. This class will cover design layout, traditional motifs, and contemporary designs. The instructor will use a traditional cut knife for use in soft woods, and a straight chisel for hardwood and furniture applications. Whether you are just starting out or looking for a new way to apply a lifetime of woodworking experience, chip carving is an exciting and accessible craft. Sit back, relax and just watch or follow along.

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Kumiko with Matt Kenney (Online)


Live Demonstration – Saturday, December 5th at 9am CDT

Live Follow-Up Q&A – Saturday, December 19th at 4pm CDT

Matt Kenney will be teaching an amazing online course all about Kumiko and frame making. Learn the basics of Kumiko as well as advanced techniques: Included with this course: 2 live sessions, a recording of the live sessions, and a set of detailed plans.

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