Spoon Carving & Other New Classes Now Open for Registration

The new Covington Mechanicals classes posted last Monday are now open for registration (and linked just below). We also still have openings in some of our other 2019 classes, and those are linked below the four new ones.

Intro to Spoon Carving with JoJo Wood, June 17
Eating Spoon Master Class with JoJo Wood, June 18-19
Build the “Anarchist’s Tool Chest” with Megan Fitzpatrick, August 19-23
Build the Cabinetmaker’s Sector with Brendan Gaffney, November 23-24
Greenwood Post-and-rung Stool with Andy Glenn, March 23-24
Hoj Footstool with Brendan Gaffney, March 30-31
French Polishing with Derek Jones, July 11-12
Make a Carved Oak Box with Peter Follansbee, July 29-August 2
Build a Packing Box & School Box with Kieran Binnie, September 23-27
Build a Wall Cabinet with Anne Briggs (Anne of All Trades), October 7-11
Chip Carving with Daniel Clay, October 19-20
Build a Jennie Alexander Chair with Ray Schwanenberger, November 4-8
Make a Carved Oak Box with Peter Follansbee, December 9-13

As always, if you have questions about the classes in the Lost Art Press storefront, please send an email to me at covingtonmechanicals@gmail.com.

— Fitz

p.s. You can also take a class with me on either coast. On the West Coast, June 24-28, build a fancy Dutch tool chest build at the Port Townsend School of Woodworking in Washington State (it’s a gorgeous place!). On the East Coast, July 20-21, learn to cut four key corner joints with hand tools at Lie-Nielsen Toolworks in Warren, Maine (OK…it’s a 1/2-hour inland, but you can stay on the coast!).

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3 Responses to Spoon Carving & Other New Classes Now Open for Registration

  1. jbakerrower says:

    Your ATC class. Sold out in ONE MINUTE! I was waiting , pounced at 10am on the dot, got rejected, tried again… And took the last open slot… All in one minute! Maybe there is ‘pent up demand’?


  2. jpbturbo says:

    FYI, the link to the packing and school box class with Kieran Binnie isn’t working.


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