Our first weekend of the 2014 season begins with Stephen Hatcher and "Adding Inlay Accents to Bowls & Platters". Meanwhile Alan Lacer and Michael Fortune team up for "Turned and Twisted". Quite the start to our weekend workshops!
It wouldn't be a start to the season if we weren't running a session of our foundation class - Joinery with Marc Adams. You arrive with less than sharp chisels, you leave with a mound of examples of different types of joints. Oh, and the ability to use them in all you're future projects!
Alan Lacer is here to introduce another class to the wonders of woodturning. Or as he prefers to call it, "saving them from "flatlanders". They all developed new skills and had a blast at the same time.
Michael Fortune returns for another season at MASW. This week his class is making a Bow Front Chest. Curved veneered panels and plenty of jigs and fixtures help make this class both a challenge and a piece you'll want to repeat again.
As we began our 20th Anniversary year with "Joinery with Marc Adams", it only seems appropriate to finish the 2013 season with it as well. After all, it is the signature class at the school and the basis for all the projects you have yet to build!
We always begin and end the season by offering one of our most popular woodturning classes and this season is no exception. A week with Alan Lacer covering all the fundamentals of woodturning in this introductory course is a great way to get turning for the winter and a superb way to close out our 20th year of classes!