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Class Date Time Price  
Introduction to Woodworking (Parkland Class)
Class in progress
05/12/2015 - 06/02/2015 Tue(s), 6pm-9pm $185 Details
Guitar Finishing
Registration closed. Email classes@CUwoodshop.com to be added to the waiting list for the next session.
05/29/2015 - 05/31/2015 Fri, 6-10pm; Sat, 9-5; Sun, noon-5pm $450 Details
Introduction to CNC Routing with VCarve Pro (Parkland Class)
Space still available, contact Parkland now to register.
06/01/2015 - 06/10/2015 Mon(s), 6pm-9pm at Parkland
Wed, 6pm-9pm at CU Woodshop
$215 Details
Beginning SketchUp for Woodworkers
06/04/2015 - 06/18/2015 Thu 6/4/2015 (pt 1) and Thu 6/18/2015 (pt 2)
6:30pm–9:30pm
$90 Details
Bowed Arm Morris Chair
Class rescheduled for September
06/08/2015 - 06/13/2015 Mon-Sat 8am-5pm $735 Details
Woodworking Basics (Parkland Class)
06/15/2015 - 06/30/2015 3 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm-9pm
$295 Details
Hands on Table Saw
06/17/2015 Wed, 6:30pm–9:30pm $75 Details
Advanced Pen Turning - Victorian
06/17/2015 Wed, 6pm-9pm $85 Details
Build an Electric Kit Guitar with Nick Cioni
POSTPONED Recommended kits have been discontinued. Class to be rescheduled later in summer when another source for kits has been selected.
06/19/2015 - 06/21/2015 Fri, 6pm-9pm; Sat-Sun, 9am-6pm $460 Details
Hands on Router
06/24/2015 Wed, 6:30pm–9:30pm $75 Details
Hands on Track Saw
06/27/2015 Sat, 9am-noon $75 Details
Hands on Surface Prep
07/01/2015 Wed, 6:30pm–9:30pm $75 Details
Hands on Joinery
07/06/2015 Mon, 6:30pm–9:30pm $75 Details
Intermediate SketchUp for Woodworkers
07/07/2015 - 07/21/2015 Tue 7/7/2015 (pt 1) and Tue 7/21/2015 (pt 2)
6:30pm–9:30pm

$90 Details
Introduction to Woodturning (Parkland Class)
07/08/2015 - 07/23/2015 Wed & Thur, 6:00pm-8:30pm $275 Details
Kitchen Cabinet Upgrades
07/11/2015 - 07/12/2015 Sat 8:30am-12:30pm and 1pm-5pm; Sun 1pm-5pm
$205 Details
Hands on Band Saw
07/14/2015 Tue, 6:30pm–9:30pm $75 Details
Hand Tools 101
07/18/2015 Sat, 9am-5pm $90 Details
Hands on Domino
07/25/2015 Sat, 9am–noon $75 Details
Mission Style Hall Table
09/08/2015 - 09/10/2015 Tue-Thu, 6pm-9pm $215 Details
Mission Sideboard
09/14/2015 - 09/18/2015 Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm $795 Details
Hand-Cut Dovetails
09/19/2015 Sat, 9am-4pm $95 Details
Bowed Arm Morris Chair
09/25/2015 - 10/04/2015 2 weekends

Fri(s), 6pm-10pm

Sat(s) & Sun(s), 8am-5pm
$735 Details
Turn a Bottle Stopper
11/05/2015 Thu, 6:30pm-9pm $65 Details

  Introduction to Woodworking (Parkland Class)
  Class in progress
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 05/12/2015 - 06/02/2015
Time: Tue(s), 6pm-9pm
Description: This class is intended for those with no woodworking experience who would like to learn basic skills. The class will teach you how to select and prepare lumber and how to safely use hand tools and power tools to complete a simple project.
Cost: 185.00
Notes: All materials included.
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  Guitar Finishing
  Registration closed. Email classes@CUwoodshop.com to be added to the waiting list for the next session.
Instructor: Nick Cioni
Dates: 05/29/2015 - 05/31/2015
Time: Fri, 6-10pm; Sat, 9-5; Sun, noon-5pm
Description: If you took one of our Acoustic Guitar classes and built your own guitar, then this class will give you the opportunity to complete the high quality finish that it deserves. Luthier Nicholas Cioni will demonstrate the step by step process that will result in a glassy smooth finish that brings out the natural beauty of the wood in your guitar. Although this is not a refinishing class, if you have a stringed instrument that has been stripped down to bare wood and is now ready for a finish, please contact the instructor at ncioni@yahoo.com to see if this class could meet your needs too. Experienced and first time luthiers alike can create a professional guitar finish in this class.
Cost: 450.00
Notes: Beginner to expert welcome. Price includes a complete Behlen’s Guitar Finishing kit. Signup deadline is 5/15 to allow time to order the finishing kits needed
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  Introduction to CNC Routing with VCarve Pro (Parkland Class)
  Space still available, contact Parkland now to register.
Instructor: Allan Tuchman
Dates: 06/01/2015 - 06/10/2015
Time: Mon(s), 6pm-9pm at Parkland
Wed, 6pm-9pm at CU Woodshop
Description: The CNC router is a tool for cutting and carving wood. It is widely used to achieve high accuracy and repeatability while decreasing production time. This tool is now available to the small woodworking shop, furniture maker and woodworking hobbyist. The key to using CNC technology is the Computer aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software. This class will provide an introduction to CNC routers and teach the fundamentals of CAD/CAM software using a popular package, VCarve Pro. You will create your own wooden sign which you will carve on one of the CNC machines at CU Woodshop Supply.
Cost: 215.00
Notes: Students must be comfortable working with Windows PC’s and using a computer mouse. Experience with design, graphics, or photo editing software is helpful. A free trial copy of VCarve Pro can be downloaded from www.vectric.com
Class PDF: Download
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  Beginning SketchUp for Woodworkers
 
Instructor: Ryan Metcalf
Dates: 06/04/2015 - 06/18/2015
Time: Thu 6/4/2015 (pt 1) and Thu 6/18/2015 (pt 2)
6:30pm–9:30pm
Description: Have a woodworking project that you want to draft but just don’t know where to start? Learning how to think in terms of operations within SketchUp takes practice and this course will help master this important skill-set quickly. This class is designed to introduce students to the basic Free version of SketchUp, with an emphasis on small project assembly. Students do not need to have any prior experience with SketchUp or any other 3D modelling program.

Students will first choose a template and setup their toolbars and workspace to be convenient for woodworking projects. You will learn how to use the pan, orbit, and zoom tools to navigate and view the model space and to select and deselect objects. In this introductory class you will learn to draw various lines, arcs, and shapes and edit those shapes with the move, copy, push-pull, rotate, scale, off-set and follow-me tools. You will also gain experience with the tape measure, protractor, and dimension tools as you draw up a simple project.

The class will continue with an introduction to the use of components and some of the methods used for creating more complex shapes such as the offset and follow-me tools. Students will also be shown how to assemble parts and create exploded views and to print scaled drawings.
Cost: 90.00
Notes: Prerequisites: No previous experience with SketchUp is required but please download the free copy of SketchUp Make from www.sketchup.com and bring your portable computer to the class with you.
Class PDF: Download
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  Bowed Arm Morris Chair
  Class rescheduled for September
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 06/08/2015 - 06/13/2015
Time: Mon-Sat 8am-5pm
Description: Build your own classic Bowed-Arm Morris chair from selected quarter-sawn white oak. This beautiful highly figured wood makes this chair a classic. The arms are steam bent using a steam-box and a bending jig. There will be mortise and tenon joinery challenges which will include traditional tenon, floating tenon, and through mortise and tenon joints. Participants will also learn how to lay out the curved arms, and match them to the corresponding side rails and legs, with a tight fit. Upholstery, the foot stool, and finishing techniques will be reviewed but we will build only the chair in this 5 day class.
Cost: 735.00
Notes: Plus materials and supplies of about $290 at CU Woodshop Supply. Several weeks before the class begins you will be sent a materials list so that you can select and purchase your lumber. Prerequisite: Novice - basic woodworking experience and familiarity with common power tools.
Class PDF: Unavailable
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  Woodworking Basics (Parkland Class)
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 06/15/2015 - 06/30/2015
Time: 3 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm-9pm
Description: This class is intended for those who have taken Introduction to Woodworking, or have had some previous experience with woodworking tools. Students will learn how to safely use the jointer, planer, tablesaw, miter saw, band saw, drill press, and router table to build an attractive Country Cabinet with Towel Rack.
Cost: 295.00
Notes: Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and hearing protection.
Class PDF: Download
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  Hands on Table Saw
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 06/17/2015 - 06/17/2015
Time: Wed, 6:30pm–9:30pm
Description: Safety and safe use of the table saw will be stressed in this hands-on class. You will be guided through the use of the table saw. Each participate will have the opportunity to have their questions answered and learn new techniques.
  • Proper set up and alignment of the table saw and Maintenance
  • How to choose the correct blade
  • How to rip thin pieces consecutively
  • Cross cutting accurately
  • Cutting and controlling small pieces
  • Proper Dado set-up and use
  • How to cut tapers using a taper jig
  • How to bust down large sheets of plywood
  • Table saw Joinery Techniques
Cost: 75.00
Notes: Students should bring their own dust mask, eye and hearing protection if they have them.
Class PDF: Download
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  Advanced Pen Turning - Victorian
 
Instructor: Mike Sargent
Dates: 06/17/2015 - 06/17/2015
Time: Wed, 6pm-9pm
Description: Students will use the turning and finishing skills learned in the basic pen-turning class to make this handsome pen. Inspired by the European Baroque sensibility, this pen incorporates a profusion of intricately cast decorative motifs including scrolling foliage, garlands and flowers as decoration. The finished pen has a bit of heft and provides a substantial writing feel. A selection of exotic hardwoods will be available to choose from. You may also purchase a
¾”x¾” x 3 ¼” wood blank of your choosing at the CU Woodshop or bring one of your own. You will take home your handsome pen at the end of this class to use or present as a gift. You might want to call this a Downton Abbey pen!
Cost: 85.00
Notes: Prerequisites/skill level required: Students are encouraged to have taken Intro to Pen Turning or have done previous spindle turning.

Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses, dust mask and any desired hearing protection.

Registration Deadline: 6/10/2015
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  Build an Electric Kit Guitar with Nick Cioni
  POSTPONED Recommended kits have been discontinued. Class to be rescheduled later in summer when another source for kits has been selected.
Instructor: Nick Cioni
Dates: 06/19/2015 - 06/21/2015
Time: Fri, 6pm-9pm; Sat-Sun, 9am-6pm
Description: Finish and Assemble your own electric guitar from one of the Fender style Guitar kits from Rockler, either the Stratocaster or the Telecaster. In the class you will assemble and finish an electric guitar as you learn basic instrument building techniques including basic electronic wiring and installation for electric guitars.
Cost: 460.00
Notes: Class fee includes Behlen’s Guitar Finishing products and other finishing supplies needed.

Students need to purchase one of the kits (Stratocaster, item #49439; or Telecaster, item #48828 or #58192) from Rockler Woodworking and Hardware several weeks before the beginning of the class. If you would like to purchase your kit online and have it shipped to your home, please go to: www.rockler.com
and type the product number in the search box. If you would prefer to have CU Woodshop purchase the kit for you and have it ready when the class begins, please call (217) 355-1244 and place your order over the phone, or stop in and do it in person no less than 3 weeks before the beginning of the class. Even sooner would be better in case Rockler’s stock becomes depleted.
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  Hands on Router
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 06/24/2015 - 06/24/2015
Time: Wed, 6:30pm–9:30pm
Description: This is a hands on class for the beginning woodworker or someone that wants to advance their knowledge in using the router. Join Mike in the school and he will guide you as you put the router through its paces. You’ll discover why this tool is deemed “The Work Horse of the Shop”. Mike will demonstrate the many routers available today. Different operations will be clearly shown and you will have the opportunity to get all your questions answered about routers and their uses.

Participants will get plenty of hands on experience by doing round over’s, plunge cut’s, sliding dovetails, rabbets, dadoes, tongue & groove, and door making. This seminar will also include a hand’s on introduction to router tables and their use.
Cost: 75.00
Notes: Students should bring their own dust mask, eye and hearing protection if they have them.
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  Hands on Track Saw
 
Instructor: Lowell Miller
Dates: 06/27/2015 - 06/27/2015
Time: Sat, 9am-noon
Description: The Festool track saw has been nothing short of revolutionary. Built for efficiency and accuracy, this tool can earn it’s worth back almost immediately once put to use. Lowell Miller will walk students through the set-up, maintenance and tear-down of this tool. He will also show how to fix problems and tune up the tool for more precise cuts. This class is essential for anyone who may own or is considering owning the Festool track saw.
Cost: 75.00
Notes: If you already own this tool you are encouraged to bring it with you to learn how to tune it up and use it more effectively. Please bring your own dust mask, eye and hearing protection if you have it.
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  Hands on Surface Prep
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 07/01/2015 - 07/01/2015
Time: Wed, 6:30pm–9:30pm
Description: This is probably one of the most important classes being offered because woodworkers must know how to produce flat, square, consistent lumber to achieve good results. Our instructor will teach you how to take warped, uneven, unparallel lumber and produce furniture quality lumber with the proper jointer and planer techniques. Students will get hands on experience dressing lumber.

Achieving a quality surface is usually done by sanding. In this hands-on class you will learn the proper sanding techniques needed to produce a flawless finish.
Cost: 75.00
Notes: Students should bring their own dust mask, eye and hearing protection if they have them.
Class PDF: Download
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  Hands on Joinery
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 07/06/2015 - 07/06/2015
Time: Mon, 6:30pm–9:30pm
Description: Although it looks and sounds simple the process of jointing two pieces of wood together can be a real challenge. A woodworker needs to have in his arsenal a number of ways to glue two pieces of wood together. It needs to be correct and it should be easy and straight forward. Every woodworker must master these skills in order to produce quality cabinets, furniture, and projects. In this class we will cover Kreg Pocket Holes, biscuits, dowels and the Festool Domino.

Join Mike in this class as he will show you a number of ways to create wide stock (that is flat & true). Face frame construction and exploring how pocket joinery can make your work faster and easier will be taught.
Cost: 75.00
Notes: Students should bring their own dust mask, eye and hearing protection if they have them.
Class PDF: Download
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  Intermediate SketchUp for Woodworkers
 
Instructor: Ryan Metcalf
Dates: 07/07/2015 - 07/21/2015
Time: Tue 7/7/2015 (pt 1) and Tue 7/21/2015 (pt 2)
6:30pm–9:30pm
Description: Take your modelling skills to the next level. This course explains strategies and techniques to define more complex geometry within the context of traditional woodworking joinery and construction. Become proficient with the use of components. Among other skills, learn how to make multiple copies quickly and to model dovetail joints, mortise and tenons joints and arched raised panels. Use levels and scenes to easily maintain different views of your project.

Discover also how to add new tools atop the default toolset. Add-ons allow us to expand upon Sketchup’s toolset to assist in quickly drawing dynamic curves, generating cut-lists and more! After completing this course you be well-equipped to quickly define and organize more intricate projects.
Cost: 90.00
Notes: Prerequisites: Completion of Beginning SketchUp for Woodworkers or be already proficient with the basic tools and techniques practiced in that class. Bring your portable computer to class with a copy of either SketchUp Make (free version) or SketchUp Pro already installed. This class will only utilize tools available in the free version.
Class PDF: Download
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  Introduction to Woodturning (Parkland Class)
 
Instructor: Jerry Rhoads
Dates: 07/08/2015 - 07/23/2015
Time: Wed & Thur, 6:00pm-8:30pm
Description: Skilled craftsmen have been using the lathe for woodturning for centuries. Join professional woodturner, Jerry Rhoads in the CU Woodshop School of Woodworking to learn how you can turn a piece of wood into a work of art.
Cost: 275.00
Notes: Recommended book: Woodturning, a Foundation Course by Keith Rowley.
Class PDF: Download
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  Kitchen Cabinet Upgrades
 
Instructor: CUWS Team
Dates: 07/11/2015 - 07/12/2015
Time: Sat 8:30am-12:30pm and 1pm-5pm; Sun 1pm-5pm
Description: Replacing your outdated kitchen cabinets can cost many thousands of dollars when all you are really looking for is a more modern appearance. Why replace the whole cabinet when all that is needed is a new skin and new doors and drawer fronts for a fraction of the cost. This class will consist of 3 half-day sessions. The first session will be dedicated “replacing the skin.” That is covering the face frames and end panels with real-wood veneer. The second session will demonstrate the construction of “Stub-Tenon and Groove,” “Cope and Stick” and “Raised Panel” doors such as those used on high-end kitchen cabinets. Each student will make a small raised panel door and a matching drawer front. In the third session, construction of a “Cathedral Raised Panel” door will be demonstrated and examples of how simple doors can be dressed up with engraved designs using a CNC router or custom laser engraving.

This class will be a team effort:
  • Veneering and laminating will be taught by David Wilson (dwilson@CUWoodshop.com)
  • Door construction will be taught by Michael Van Pelt (mvanpelt@cuwoodshop.com)
  • CNC routing will be presented by Allan Tuchman
  • Laser Engraving will be presented by Scott Hunter
Cost: 205.00
Notes: Prerequites: Students should be basically familiar with the use of a tablesaw.

Students are encouraged to bring safety glasses and hearing protection if they have them. Students are also encouraged to bring a lunch for Saturday.
Class PDF: Download
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  Hands on Band Saw
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 07/14/2015 - 07/14/2015
Time: Tue, 6:30pm–9:30pm
Description: Getting the most from your band saw will be stressed in this hands-on class. The instructor will cover just about every aspect of the band saw and its use.
  • Proper blade choice
  • How to change a blade and correct blade set-up
  • Proper tensioning
  • Scroll cutting and Sharp Turns
  • Re-sawing Lumber into Thinner Stock
  • Following a Line when cutting
  • Which Band saw to buy?
  • Dust Control
  • How to fold a blade
Cost: 75.00
Notes: Students should bring their own dust mask, eye and hearing protection if they have them.
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  Hand Tools 101
 
Instructor: Jeremy Taylor
Dates: 07/18/2015 - 07/18/2015
Time: Sat, 9am-5pm
Description: Old hand tools lying around? Wonder why your hand plane does not work right? Spending too much time at the sharpening stone? Do not give up, bring them along to Hand Tools 101. Whether you are a beginner or just wanting to increase your knowledge and skill with hand tool maintenance, this class will teach you how to sharpen, setup, and use a variety of hand tools including bench planes, block planes, shoulder planes, scraper planes, card scrapers, chisels, handsaws, draw knives and spokeshaves. The class will begin with sharpening techniques using jigs and water stones and then proceed to the demonstration of the proper set-up for the task at hand. Once everyone is proudly holding their razor sharp, freshly tuned tools, the fun begins as you practice at your own bench.
Cost: 90.00
Notes: Prerequisites/skill level required: Beginner to advanced
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  Hands on Domino
 
Instructor: Lowell Miller
Dates: 07/25/2015 - 07/25/2015
Time: Sat, 9am–noon
Description: Joinery, especially good joinery, needs to be tight and strong for it to be of use in furniture making or construction. The Festool Domino is a wonderful loose tenon joinery machine that can make every project rock solid and last for ages. Lowell Miller will guide students in how to use this tool to its fullest. He will cover many conventional uses for the tool and show a few unconventional uses that will let your imagination run wild with applications in which to use the Domino in your life. This class is open to anyone who owns a Domino or is considering owning one.
Cost: 75.00
Notes: If you already own this tool you are encouraged to bring it with you to learn how to tune it up and use it more effectively. Please bring your own dust mask, eye and hearing protection if you have it.
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  Mission Style Hall Table
 
Instructor: Mike Sargent
Dates: 09/08/2015 - 09/10/2015
Time: Tue-Thu, 6pm-9pm
Description: With Mike you can build one of these elegant hall tables in 3 evenings. In the class you will learn or receive help mastering the table saw, planer, joiner if your lumber needs it, sanders and a variety of drills. You will have your choice of making your table out of oak, maple, cherry or walnut. Finished table dimensions are 48” long X 14” deep X 32” high. You may be able to change the size of your table if desired for an additional cost.
Cost: 215.00
Notes: Some woodworking experience recommended Class registration closes 9/1/15
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  Mission Sideboard
 
Instructor: John Garrison
Dates: 09/14/2015 - 09/18/2015
Time: Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm
Description: This class will offer you instruction in mortise and tenon construction, dovetail drawers, butterfly inlay and much more. It is a great introduction to furniture building.
Cost: 795.00
Notes: Tuition does NOT INCLUDE materials cost of $650+ depending on lumber selected. A few weeks before the class begins you will be sent a materials list so that you can select and purchase your lumber.
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  Hand-Cut Dovetails
 
Instructor: Jeremy Taylor
Dates: 09/19/2015 - 09/19/2015
Time: Sat, 9am-4pm
Description: This class will start with defining what a dovetail joint is and what it\\\\\\\'s used for. Then we will discuss the proper angles in which dovetails are to be cut (hardwood vs. softwood) and the tools used in laying out and cutting dovetail joinery. A marking gauge, sliding square, angle layout, marking knife, dovetail saw, chisels, block plane and old card scraper are the tools that will be used. We will demonstrate a through hand-cut dovetail, and a blind hand-cut dovetail. The students will then cut their own (no projects, just two pieces of wood dovetailed together). We will then cover gluing, clamping and trimming, and show a few tricks for fixing mistakes.
Cost: 95.00
Notes: Prerequisites/skill level required: intermediate woodworking skill
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  Bowed Arm Morris Chair
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 09/25/2015 - 10/04/2015
Time: 2 weekends
Fri(s), 6pm-10pm
Sat(s) & Sun(s), 8am-5pm
Description: Build your own classic Bowed-Arm Morris chair from selected quarter-sawn white oak. This beautiful highly figured wood makes this chair a classic. The arms are steam bent using a steam-box and a bending jig. There will be mortise and tenon joinery challenges which will include traditional tenon, floating tenon, and through mortise and tenon joints. Participants will also learn how to lay out the curved arms, and match them to the corresponding side rails and legs, with a tight fit. Upholstery, the foot stool, and finishing techniques will be reviewed but we will build only the chair in this 5 day class.
Cost: 735.00
Notes: Plus materials and supplies of about $290 at CU Woodshop Supply. Several weeks before the class begins you will be sent a materials list so that you can select and purchase your lumber.

Prerequisite: Novice - basic woodworking experience and familiarity with common power tools.
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  Turn a Bottle Stopper
 
Instructor: Mike Sargent
Dates: 11/05/2015 - 11/05/2015
Time: Thu, 6:30pm-9pm
Description: In this class we will turn a bottle stopper on the lathe. We will start by turning a wooden blank into a decorative shape. It will then be attached to a metal and rubber chrome plated stopper that you will take home to reseal your favorite wine or spirit. No prior wood-turning experience is required. If you have previously turned a pen or other small object, this will be an interesting extension of your wood-turning skills. All supplies (including a wooden blank), tools, and finishing materials will be provided. However, if you have a piece of wood that you wish to use, please bring it. This blank should be about 1.5-2” square by 2-3” long. Face shields and safety glasses are also furnished. A dust mask is strongly recommended; please bring one of your choosing.
Cost: 65.00
Notes: Class registration closes 10/29/15.
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