Decorative Shelf Making

Do you have plenty of reading materials in your room? Are your books scattered everywhere? If these questions have been bothering you lately, it’s time that you craft a wood shelf where you can keep such items in a presentable manner. Of course, our decorative shelf carpentry workshop will be of great help.
With a duration of about three hours, this session recommends participants to make use of a chop saw, several hand tools, a nail gun, and a router table. These items are accessible throughout the entire masterclass.
Initially, participants will cut a few pieces of pinewood in various sizes and piece them together …

Coffee Table Carpentry

Whenever you feel like taking your carpentry skills to a higher level, try making a coffee table from the ground up with the help of our workshop designed specifically for this craft. Doing the said handiwork is a more affordable and practical option compared to buying a brand new coffee table at your nearest showroom.
This module lasts approximately six hours, but partakers should not worry because they will get refreshed with food and drinks on site. The allowed toolset for this masterclass consists of a chop saw and table saw, wood glue, a planer, a router table, and a few articles for sanding and oiling.
In this session, …

Wood Cutting and Sanding

Come on and join our wood cutting and sanding workshop to learn more about many different power tools that are used mostly in woodworking. If you do not mind having your hands dirty and becoming covered in sawdust, this is the best workshop to partake.
Most of the time, the session takes between two and three hours. Tools that are available for use are a chop saw, a drill press, some hand tools, and a router table.
This masterclass starts by having participants pick out any portion of hardwood, but the walnut board is the highly recommended piece. Once entrants have picked out their board, they cut it on the chop saw …

Six-Pack Caddy Woodcraft

Our six-pack caddy woodwork clinic is calling eager participants to showcase their talent in crafting. The only tools and materials used during this workshop are a few hand tools, a brad nailer, chop saw, drill press, router table, and oil finish.
At the start, attendants will learn how to use the chop saw to hack a piece of reclaimed redwood into smaller bits. Second, they proceed to add detail to the smaller pieces on the router table with engravings. Then, partakers should nail all those bits in one piece. Finally, they are encouraged to use sandpaper to flatten any rough surface manually.
The overall session takes around …