Hands-on Class Table

wickhamtableA couple of weeks back we had seven guys in to build a pier table. Everyone took off with their tables in various parts so that it would be easier to transport them home. Plus, there was additional work to be done.

I’ve received the first of what I hope to be seven six photos (no pressure, Mark) of completed tables. This one is from Dave Wickham. Nice.

Taking a class allows you to power through without making most of the regular mistakes along the way. And it builds confidence.

— Glen D. Huey

Sign up today for one of our hands-on classes – we have an Esherick Library Steps class and two sessions on molding planes with Matt Bickford upcoming for 2016, and a whole list of classes for 2017.

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2 thoughts on “Hands-on Class Table

  1. It may be a few weeks before I finish. I came home to 2 promised but unfinished wood projects, a new project regluing my father’s grandfather’s favorite chair (some urgency here…), and several new projects. And we are going on a belated anniversary trip with our kids and grandkids.
    I’ll get it though; it is sitting in a place that I cannot help but see it every day.

    I enjoyed the class. It really helped my confidence.

    1. Mike,

      Great to hear you enjoyed the class. You showed great skills with your work. I do expect that we’ll see your table completed in due time. If you run into questions, please don’t hesitate to call or email us. We’re always happy to help you over any hurdles you may come across. Happy belated anniversary. Enjoy the trip.

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