Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Introduction to Cabinet Making

May 26, 2018 - Jun 1, 2018 | 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Cabinet Making is a project-based class that builds on fundamental furniture making skills. It is ideal for extending woodworking knowledge established in earlier courses. Some prior experience and introductory courses required.


What You’ll Learn:
With a focus on case construction, you will learn and practice: face frame, shelf, drawer and door construction, joinery, hardware selection
and installation, and spray finishing.

What You’ll Do:
You can either design your own cabinet or work with a pre-designed piece. You can decide to include a door, drawer, or both. You’ll hone skills in
sequencing, construction, joinery, installation, and safe tool operation.

Tools Needed:
See Full List.

Materials & Books Needed:
Materials Needed: Your material fee includes your choice of the following lumber: Poplar, Maple, Sapele
Additional lumber is available for purchase and may include: Nogal, Sapele, Cherry, Purple Heart, Wenge, Eucalyptus, Ambrosia Maple
You may bring your own wood, excluding any exotic (grown outside of the US), salvage, or high resin lumber (e.g. pine, cypress).

Cabinet Making Syllabus

$950 per person
Studio & Materials Fee: 

There is a non-refundable registration fee of $45 that will be added to your order. This fee applies only to your first class.

What’s Next:
Master your skills with advanced courses or private classes or take some ancillary classes in Finishing, Inlay and Curvature.



Do you want to be a better Woodworker? Join below for Woodworking Tips and New Class Notifications.