With the first class out of the way at the Lost Art Press storefront, I’m pleased to announce that there are still plenty of Band-Aids – to the best of my knowledge, only four were needed – whew! (And everyone left with an almost-done Dutch Tool Chest – yay!)
That means we’ll have plenty of bandages left for the upcoming classes. Most of these are two-days, over a weekend; Chris works in his shop almost every day, so those of us whom he has so kindly allowed to teach are trying to not trespass on his space and goodwill…too much.
The classes are limited to six people (the number of benches that will comfortably fit in the room), so there’s a 1:6 teacher/student ratio, plus the teacher has an overly qualified assistant (that would be Chris). All of the below are sold out; this is just to give you an idea of the sorts of things on offer, and to let you know that we might yet be adding a couple of 2018 sessions – so stay tuned.
7-8 Make a Shaker Silverware Tray, with Megan Fitzpatrick
21-21 Make a Sector, with Brendan Gaffney
21-25 Make a Welsh Stick Chair, with Chris Williams
2-3 Make a Sector, with Brendan Gaffney
23-24 Make a Shaker Silverware Tray, with Megan Fitzpatrick
21-22 Make a Laminated Fore Plane, with Jim McConnell
6-7 Make a Shaker Table, with Will Myers
— Megan Fitzpatrick
19 thoughts on “2018 Class Calendar … Thus Far”
If Roy shows up you may need to get more Band-aids. Got to love the Dutch chest I have made a few.
you were showing us how to ease the back side and inside of tails to make it easier for tight dovetails to fit together.
Ah – also useful!
How does the wait list look for the Welsh Stick chair class (i’m somewhere on there but no idea where)?
So far, the six who signed up first are still coming (you are 13th on the list).
Is the sector class full?
They both are, yes.
Brendan just mentioned that he intends to do some work that helps pay the bills after he gets done with his bookcase. Perhaps he is going to be making more tools soon. We can only hope.
Ding ding ding! I’ll also likely be teaching one more class in 2018.
Yea on both counts!
How’s bout making a few extra hinges for the sector? I’m buying.
เมื่อ 26 ก.พ. 2018 22:00 “Lost Art Press” เขียนว่า
> fitz posted: ” With the first class out of the way at the Lost Art Press > storefront, I’m pleased to announce that there are still plenty of > Band-Aids – to the best of my knowledge, only four were needed – whew! (And > everyone left with an almost-done Dutch Tool Chest –” >
How about a writting class? I have a few projects that might qualify as “magizine content” but dont know where to start.
I’d be quite pleased to teach that! (But I wonder if there are at least five other people who would be interested?)
I might be! Or even an online class…
I will humbly offer a class suggestion for the Milkman’s workbench. I’m sure it can be done in a weekend. Heck, might even have time to throw in a saw bench. 😉
I have thought of making one myself ( milkman’s bench ) yes I would love that.
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