There are a handful of spots left in three of my classes – all of them in exotic locales (i.e., not Covington, Ky.). Here are the details:
There is one spot open in my class in London next month on building an American Welsh Stick Armchair. The class runs Oct. 21-25 and is being held at the London Design & Engineering UTC, Docklands Campus. The class is being held immediately before the London International Woodworking Festival, also at the London Design & Engineering UTC. This would be an epic woodworking vacation.
Immediately after the festival (Oct. 28-30), I am teaching a class on a Staked High Stool, a short course that is designed to introduce woodworkers to compound-angle joinery and staked construction. The course is three days, so we’ll be going much deeper into the topic as this is typically a two-day course. There are five spots open in that class.
Down in Florida, my class on building a Japanese Sliding Lid Box at the Florida School of Woodwork has a few spots open. This is a two-day class (Feb. 22-23) so you’ll have plenty of time for the beach.
My 2020 classes at the Lost Art Press storefront are all sold out, but we still have some spots open in other classes. You can see those classes and what is available here.
Apologies for the commercial post on a Sunday morning. I don’t teach much, and I get nagged quite a bit about it. So I want to make sure everyone knows when there are spots open.
— Christopher Schwarz
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Have you given any thought to a Staked Stool video? I would really appreciate that, and expect that many other of your followers would to.
We don’t have an affiliation with a video production company anymore after the collapse of F+W. So making a quality video will be difficult until we can find the right people. We have a good lead from an old group of friends (from the 1990s!), but it will take time to work it out.
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