Suggested Curriculums

 

In case you are wondering: what should I take first?  We put together some suggested curriculums based on interest.  These are only suggested curriculums and you are free to explore our classes in any order you wish.  

 

That being said, woodworking is a skilled craft.  We encourage you to be patient with yourself and understand it takes time to learn.  If you try to skip ahead you may become frustrated and decide woodworking is not for you, which is fine, but if you take time to develop your skills, you may find it much more enjoyable. 

Cabinetry

(kitchen cabinets, built-in shelves)

 

1. INTRO TO CABINETRY

 

2. DECORATIVE BOXES

 

3. CABINET DOORS AND FACES 

 

 

Furniture

(tables, chairs, etc.)

 

1. CUTTING BOARDS

 

2. TABLE TOPS


3. DECORATIVE BOXES

4. COFFEE TABLE IN WALNUT

5. KICKBACK CHAIR

 

6. WOOD JOINERY

7. HEIRLOOM FLOOR LAMP

 

8. BENCH/COFFEE TABLE

 

9. PATIO CHAIR

10. CHAIR

 

 

Fine Woodworking

(detail work where accuracy is key)

 

1. CUTTING BOARDS

 

2. FRAMES

 

3. DECORATIVE BOXES

 

4. WOOD JOINERY

 

 

Woodturning

(Spindles, Vases, Bowls,)

 

1. INTRO TO WOODTURNING

 

2. BUD VASES

 

3. BOWL TURNING

 

 

General Woodworking

(DIY projects, home improvement)

 

1. PLYWOOD BOXES

 

2. INTRO TO CABINETRY

 

2. DECORATIVE BOXES

 

3. SOLID WOOD CABINETS

 

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