A breadboard in the kitchen has been a historic staple for those that spend some time feeding family & sometimes friends. We are thrilled to share some basic & essential woodworking skills that make this project come together with ease, while learning some great take home techniques that you might like to use for other DIY projects.
Here's the deal:
This workshop is for the beginner workshop. You won't need to know fancy terminology or hold an engineering degree. However, you might leave with a bit extra lingo and a better understanding of wood as a material.
What you'll get to learn about:
-Wood anatomy & behavior
-Shaker style history
-The glue-up process
-Wide belt sanding
-The drill press
-Router action [ we route you watch ]
-Food-safe wood care
How long is the workshop:
This ONE DAY workshop will take about 6 HOURS in total.
In this time you will do some manual labor, so please bring a lunch if you feel you will need some fuel for your engine.
What ages are able to attend:
A mature classroom is the best fit for a woodshop. If there are interested youth we always appreciate contact upon purchasing the ticket and even better enjoy the presence of an adult for youth under the age of 11.
Each Breadboard will be sized to about 8" x 16" including the handle. The handle is an essential part of this workshop So, if you feel that you would prefer to not have a handle this may not be the workshop for you (where you will find yourself bored and finished before the rest of the class). We will offer Cherry or Maple versions. If you prefer Walnut there is an option in the pull down menu to specify this material of choice at a higher price due to the demand of the material.
This is a one day course