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Bury Yourself in Your Work: Build Your Own Casket

Course Overview

None of us are getting out of this alive, so we may as well bury ourselves in our work! Put your hands to work making something truly useful while also building a strong base of woodworking skills. The above-ground applications of your resulting project are numerous – a bookshelf, coffee table, storage container or entertainment center, not to mention a great conversation piece. Beginning woodworkers will enjoy acquiring new skills, while more advanced participants will have ample opportunity to apply their talents. Chop saws to block planes, screw guns to dovetail joinery - this course covers a range of important skills while offering the opportunity to manage the key details such as proper sizing, joinery, handle construction, hardware and design options. Students will develop woodworking skills that will last a lifetime (and beyond). The casket materials include cabinet-grade pine, birch for handles and bronze fastenings. You may bring a partner to work on one casket for the single tuition rate.

Dates

Fri, Jun 2nd, 2017  –  Sun, Jun 4th, 2017

Course Details

Length: 3 Days
Skill Levels: All levels
Hours: 9am-5pm
Intergenerational age: n/a
Registration Cost: $550.00
Includes materials fee of $295.00
Additional materials fee paid to instructor when class starts: per casket

Tools

You will need the following tools for this class:

square
hammer
pencils
eye & ear protection (Available for purchase @ North House School Store)
tape measure
dust mask

Once registered, students will receive a confirmation packet in the mail that may offer additional optional tool recommendations and suggested reading.