A Wooden Wallet
- 2 Night Course – $150. + HST.
- Thursday, May 3rd & 10th 6pm-9pm.
- Skill Level: Beginner to Advanced.
- All materials are included.
Looking for a better way to carry around that unwieldy stack of cards in your wallet? In this 2 session (6 hours) introductory class, you’ll make a sleek walnut card wallet for 6-8 cards that are held in place with a magnetic leather strap. You’ll also learn to safely and accurately use some fundamental woodworking tools while learning skills including measuring and layout, hand-sawing, planing and finishing. These are essential skills that you can easily apply and build on in your future woodworking projects!
- Marking & Measuring
- Hand Sawing
- Hand Plane Adjustment & Use
- Using bench hooks, shooting boards and other shop jigs
- Filing & Sanding
About the instructor
Benita has been making projects out of wood since she was a kid playing in her dad’s basement workshop. Since then she’s continued making things from all sorts of materials and has developed a love of crafting with tools through occupations like working as an arborist and as a bicycle mechanic and working on natural building and conventional construction projects. When she got involved at The Unplugged Woodshop to study in the Artisan Program, the pace and the beauty of hand tool woodworking really resonated with her, and feels very lucky to get to learn, work and teach in this shop.
— All students at UW must be 18 years and older to attend —
—Directions: Main entrance is on Thackeray Street —
If you experience any difficulty in booking a class please call us at 416-463-9407