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 two or three hours to complete, but it doesn’t just stop there. It will conclude with a rewarding experience in the form of some newfound company and a couple of refreshments. Of all the workshops we have established so far, this caddy woodworking course is the most enjoyable.