By Hammer and Hand, wrap-up

I had a blast and learned a lot.  The class had a lot of great guys and we all got along and tried to help each other out.  There are still a few things I need to do on my school box before I can put finish on it: complete the bottom molding, trim the top to size, size and complete the top molding, and figure out the hinges.  I may or may not try to install a lock as well.

Looking back on the class, the sawing work and dovetail layout were the two things that vastly improved my own dovetails.  I still have a ways to go, but more practice should help a lot with that. Chris is a fun teacher, but he also takes the time to help out with your own individual woodworking problems.  Certainly if you get a chance to take a class from him, I’d encourage it.

Here are photos of all my other classmates working away.

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  1. Al (Thomas)

     /  August 14, 2011

    Hey Joe – the only one we are missing is you!

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  2. Nice job on documenting the class! I’ve just perused the postings, but I’ll go through in more detail and watch the videos. It’s always worth watching a craftsman at work.

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