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FTW300C21 Fundamentals of Traditional Woodworking III
March, 1 - April, 8 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM$1110
Fundamentals III is for advanced beginners and woodworkers who wish to practice their skills and refine their craftsmanship. Students will employ various joinery and construction techniques to build a solid wood Shaker-inspired table with a dovetailed drawer, tapered legs, and mortise-and-tenoned aprons. Along the way, we will further develop hand-tool skills including sharpening and shaping and will introduce some more advanced techniques.
Students who complete all three Fundamentals of Traditional Woodworking classes receive a framed certificate of accomplishment.
There will be additional shop time available as needed to work on the exercises.
Schedule: Six weeks of evening classes from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday for a total of 54 instruction hours, with additional shop time available as needed to work on the exercises.
Prerequisite: Fundamentals I and II, or equivalent.
Tools required: All tools and materials supplied by the school.
Please bring ear and eye protection and a safety mask.
Class size: Maximum 9.
Please read and understand our Refund and Cancellation policies. By making payment you acknowledge that you have read and understand these policies.
PLEASE NOTE: In addition to our standard class policies, we are taking additional precautions due to the COVID-19 virus. Effective May 26, 2020:
- We will be strictly limiting class sizes to no more than eight (9) students to allow for adequate distancing between class participants.
- All benches and shared tools will be sanitized before and after each class.
- All students, instructors, and staff are required to wear a properly-fitted mask that securely covers the nose and mouth while inside the school.
- When entering the school, all students, instructors, and staff will have their temperature checked. Anyone with a temperature above 100.3 will not be allowed to enter the building.
- Anyone exhibiting any cold or flu-like symptoms—even if it is believed to be allergy-related—will not be allowed to enter the building.
Thank you for your understanding.
Meet Your Instructor
Doug and Rhonda Forsha established their custom furniture business, De La Madera, in Scottsdale in 1986. In the years since, they have built their business into one of the most highly respected woodworking studios in the southwest. Doug is a master woodworker and technician, expert in both traditional and ultra-modern furniture design and construction.