Following on from Week1, Week 2 is for assembly of the now-dried components. You will be guided through the design and making process and will finish the course with a table which will last for generations. This course is only suitable for intermediate learners with some previous experience of green woodworking. (please see my Introduction to green wood furniture making on this site) It is especially suited for couples wishing to make their own table.
All the skills and techniques use readily available hand and portable power tools. There is also the option of combining green wood techniques with other materials, such as glass, stainless steel, etc. These skills can be taken home and with a modest outlay, you can make tables in your own workshop.
This course runs at the Devon Green Wood Centre in South Devon.
Week 1, Making all components
Week 2, 3 days Assembly and finishing
Further details of local accommodation can be provided.
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
The course is a nominal 9 days, split into week 1 (6 days) and week 2 (3 days). These courses are booked separately. If you need extra days to finish your table they can be added as necessary. Lunch is not provided but there is a basic kitchen with microwave and toaster. The workshop is heated by biomass boiler and a lovely wood burner.
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3 days (9:30am to 4:30pm)