Instructors: Alan Turner/Craig Stevens
December 1 - 2, 2018 9 am - 4 pm (2-days)
We all have our priceless keepsakes - objects with sentimental value that deserve a special place to keep them safe. Our keepsake box is perfect for storing and protecting those personal mementos and also makes a beautiful gift.
The box is made of solid butternut with an English brown oak veneered lid, trimmed in black walnut. It measures approximately 9” x 7” x 3”. Elegant mitered corners feature walnut “keys”, which decorate the joint while adding strength. The lift-off brown oak lid has a leather-wrapped handle that compliments the box’s warm colors. The techniques used to make the project help assure a high level of craftsmanship and can easily be applied to future woodworking projects. Beginners as well as those with woodworking experience can complete this beautiful piece in one weekend.
Cost includes all materials. Students provide their own lunch
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PFW has a wide assortment of woodturning tools for students to use. However, if you have your own tools or would like an excuse to purchase some new ones, the tool list is below. PFW recommends purchasing turning tools from Tools for Working Wood, Lee Valley/Veritas, Hida Tool and Hock Tools
12" or 6" Combination square - Starrett
Hammer - 10 to 13 oz
Pencil, notebook, safety glasses and hearing protection