Thinking Creatively to Solve Six Great Projects with Carl Booth (Sat) June 25, 2022

about this workshop

Creative thinking for six great projects in one day! These exciting topics will include how to put a corkscrew inside a bottle, how to make a toy that follows your commands, creating a magic wand that “works”, make a cutting board or knife handle that contains hundreds of pieces of wood, “super-size” a three-dimensional intarsia project to wall size and finally a burl slab table having a redwood root ball stem with an eight piece European walnut base. Class members will discover the unique challenges each project presents and will determine their solutions. Participants should be prepared to share ideas with others and conclude the best path forward in creating each. Materials for most project will be available for purchase from Carl, if desired. The class will not be limited to these problems and discussions of others could take place.

Unique Instructors Carl & Kathie Booth

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$195 tuition + $20 materials

Key Points:
*Completing a corkscrew in the bottle problem
*Identifying unique problems and solving them
*Learning about error and where to hide and put it
*Sharing ideas and methods that keep your fingers safe
*Woodworking as a successful business – “Kathy and I did it!”
*The most important of all – “Having fun!!”

Workshop Days: Saturday
Instruction Time: 9:00am – 5:00pm (EST)
Note: During the work week, the shop remains open after 6:00 p.m. for handwork, design, research, catch-up work and socializing.

Thinking Creatively to Solve Six Great Projects with Carl Booth (Sat) June 25, 2022


Availability: Open

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