Registration Now Open – Build a Fore Plane Class

You can now register for the “Build a Traditionally Styled Fore Plane” class via this link.

Note: Registering for the class or the waiting list is free – they won’t ask you for a credit card to register. After the dust settles, Jim McConnell will invoice the six attendees.

If the six slots are filled, please consider signing up for the waiting list. That way, if someone is unable to make it, Jim will have a list of other interested parties – and we’ll know that if the wait list is robust, it might be good to offer the same class again at a later date.

— Megan Fitzpatrick

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Woodworker, writer, editor, teacher, ailurophile, Shakespearean. Will write for air-dried walnut.
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2 Responses to Registration Now Open – Build a Fore Plane Class

  1. oltexasboy says:

    Have you ever considered doing a webinar while the class is in progress. You could charge the physical participants less for the inconvenience of the interruptions but get a larger overall class size to offset the lower admission fee.


  2. mikeholbrook says:

    Looking forward to this one. A chair class with Peter Gallbert, one with Drew Langsner and Chris’ class at Highland Woodworking on making a saw bench have me excited about working green wood. I have the Schwarz/Myers video on making a Roubo….The topic of deaaling with wood moisture is mentioned but not directly addressed. One question I hear regularly from experienced woodworkers, has to do with how one goes about drying green/partially dry wood. Chair makers have a variety of ways to deal with this topic. It seems to me this is a great topic for an article or even a book. Splitting is another topic that needs a longer look. A book on splitting and controling moisture content afterward might be very popular.



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