Woodturning For Craft & Hobby
Wood Turning for Craft and Hobby
Learn to use a lathe to make beautiful turned pieces for your home or for sale. It is perfect for beginners and intermediates who want to hone their skills and learn from a veteran maker – Peggy Schmid
Learn How to Use to a Wood Lathe
It really doesn’t take long before you will have products to give as special gifts or sell if you want to. Even if it is to buy more wood, or better equipment! Learn all the basics of turning and about the lathe and its many uses in all woodworking projects from Peggy, who has had a long career as a professional turner.
You will learn not just how to make project pieces but also techniques and correct tool use – including sharpening and finishing.
Some of the things you’ll make include a:
- French rolling pin
- Honey dipper
- Wine stopper
- Flower vase
Tools Needed: None needed.
Materials & Books Needed:
Materials List: Provided by the School
Books Needed: None
Tuition: $770 per person
Studio & Materials Fee: $25
One time registration Fee: $45
- July 13 @ 9:00 am
- July 17 @ 4:00 pm
- Event Categories:
- 2020 Classes, All, Certificate Turning, In Person, Level I, Level II, Turning
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