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Small Table Workshop at Southwest School of Woodworking

February 4 & 5, 2017
9:00 am – 5:00 pm (both days)

Instructor: Doug Forsha

Where: Southwest School of Woodworking (downtown Phoenix)

Register $359

(register at Southwest School of Woodworking)

In this class, you’ll build a table just like this to take home with you

Small Table Workshop by Southwest School of Woodworking

In this workshop, taught by Master Craftsman Doug Forsha, you will make this delightful Cherry table in just two days.

It’s a cool project that will show you the ins and outs of successfully crafting a great piece of solid wood furniture.

The table has a beveled top to give a lighter appearance. The aprons are mortised with loose tenons and the stretchers are let into the legs.  Finished size is approximately 21” x 21”x 23”H.

Expect to Learn:

  • Laying out the lumber
  • Choosing boards for grain patterns
  • Stock preparation
  • Gluing up
  • Assembly
  • Surface preparation for finishing

Everything Is Included:

  • Materials & tools
  • Friendly, expert instruction
  • Non-refundable registration fee: $35.00 (waived for returning students)
  • Cost $359.00

Register $359

(register at Southwest School of Woodworking)

 

What’s the Southwest School of Woodworking?

It’s your hometown woodworking school located near downtown Phoenix and staffed by expert furniture makers who just want to do their part to pass on their knowledge of the craft. 

For 2017 we’re partnering with the school to promote classes that we think you’ll like. 

Expect to see more classes throughout the year. 

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