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March 3rd - Build Your Own Live-Edge Coat Rack

Product Description

Design and Build your own coat rack for home (and learn hanging techniques for more home projects)!

Start Date : March 3rd
Time: 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Skill Level : Beginner
Who : Tom Cross
Cost : $95

After a brief introduction from Tom, students will choose their live-edge material (walnut/cherry/maple), select their style of hooks, discuss uses, hanging height, and design principles in relation to balance of their project. Students will then commence with bark removal and in more detail learn about the pros and cons of live-edge bark, hand sanding techniques, introduction to sandpaper grits, a discussion of different sandpaper types, grain direction, and dust control.

Next Tom will guide the students through finishing the pieces with Honey Bee's wax and oil. He will also discss other types of finishes, their purposes, and when to best use them. A quick break for refreshments and to let the wax dry before students will attach their selected hooks. Proper drilling techniques, reasons for pre-drilling, pilot hole sizing, and marking will also be discussed. Valuable information not only for hanging this project, but many others as well!


While you put the finishing touches on your coat rack, Tom will explain wall hanging techniques and various wall types and fastener suitability (drywall, plaster and lathe, stone, wood connectors demonstration). Students will be introduced to the French Cleat (ease of removal/cleaning etc) and attach part A of cleat to project and spacer. Participants will be well prepared to go home and finish mounting their coat rack on their own.

All tools and materials will be provided including  Approximate retail value of $65. All skill levels are welcome, but this class will move at a pace comfortable for a beginner making their first coat rack.

Registration is limited. In order to avoid disapointment please register early.

Beverages are provided for most workshops. Some longer sessions may include a light lunch. This will be included in the workshop description   If you have any special dietary restrictions please leave details in the "Notes" section of Checkout.

Students must be 16 years old or older to attend any workshop or class.

Prices are subject to HST.

$95.00
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