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  • CLASS LENGTH: 3 Days CLASS DESCRIPTION: Former Smithsonian Furniture Conservator, Don Williams, will teach the fundamentals of historical wood finishing. Students will learn and practice surface preparation, finish material selection, how to use wood finishing tools, finish preparation, and wood finish application techniques. See more details below. WAIT LIST: If the class becomes sold out, click here to get added to the wait list. People may cancel, we may add more slots, or we may decide to add another class date. PAYMENT: If you would like to pay for a class using a different method than online with a credit card, email us here to arrange to pay by check or cash. We don't accept credit cards over the phone.
  • Our high quality Cutting Board & Wood Spoon Finish is designed to moisturize and product your wooden spoons, wooden cutting boards, wooden bowls, and any other wooden creation that will make contact with your mouth. It is a perfect blend of high-grade natural beeswax and food-safe mineral oil. See directions below.  *Only ships to U.S.A. *Note: This product will ship August 22nd.
  • Our all-natural, high quality beeswax wood finish is based off an 18th Century colonial recipe, that uses a simple yet perfect blend of high-grade natural Beeswax, Boiled Linseed Oil (we boil it ourselves, with no chemical dryers), and natural Pure Gum Spirits of Turpentine. This beeswax wood finish offers a perfect balance between wood penetration and buffing sheen. It's a perfect beeswax wood finish for surfaces that don't require a high level of moisture protection. This beeswax for furniture can also be used on top of most existing wood finishes as a high-quality beeswax furniture polish (spot test antique pieces in an inconspicuous area before use). See directions below.  *Only ships to U.S.A. *Note: This product will ship August 22nd.
  • Build a replica of this lovely 1840 Shaker Wall Clock with this step-by-step class!

    Will Myers shows how to make this 19th Century Shaker wall clock with traditional woodworking hand tools. Will simplifies the complicated clock making process, from wood selection, layout, hand tool use, joinery, and much more. Make a charming clock for your home, and learn many hand tool woodworking skills while doing it! SEE THE PREVIEW VIDEO BELOW >>>  
  • These are the extremely detailed  57 page digital Moravian Workbench Plans, as featured in the best-selling video “Building the Portable Moravian Workbench with Will Myers”. Below you'll find more details about these Moravian workbench plans, along with photos and a video preview of the Moravian Workbench. These Moravian workbench plans include very detailed views and measurements of all the parts and joints, including a cut list. These detailed DIY workbench plans also offer woodworkers a great project to refine their joinery skills with dovetailing, mortise & tenon joinery, and much more....and you end up with one of the most exciting workbenches in history! (Note, these are not paper plans, and they will not be shipped. You must download the digital file).  
  • This is the plan for the popular cupboard featured in Joshua Farnsworth's video & article titled, "Anatomy of a Shaker Wall Cupboard".  These detailed woodworking plans offer woodworkers a great project to refine their joinery skills with dovetailing, frame & panel construction, and mortise & tenon joinery. Below you'll find more details about these woodworking plans, along with the free tutorial video that goes along with these plans, photos, and a list of tools & products used to build it. (Note, these are not paper plans, and they will not be shipped. You must download the digital file).
  • This downloadable PDF set of woodworking plans will give you every measurement you need, from different views, to build this classically-inspired Shaker bench. And best of all, this bench can be built from three 4-foot stair treads! This project is simple, but will help any woodworker refine their joinery skills. The bench design includes through-mortise & tenon joints and lap dovetail joints. The dovetailed braces offer great strength and stability to this charming bench. Below you'll find more details about these woodworking plans, along with the free tutorial video that goes along with these plans, photos, and a list of tools & products used to build it. (Note, these are not paper plans, and they will not be shipped. You must download the digital file).
  • This is the plan for the popular end table featured in Joshua Farnsworth's video & article titled, "Anatomy of an End Table and Drawer".  These detailed digital woodworking plans offer woodworkers a great project to refine their joinery skills with mortise & tenon joints and dovetailed drawers. Below you'll find more details about these woodworking plans, along with the free tutorial video that goes along with these plans, photos, and a list of tools & products used to build it. (Note, these are not paper plans, and they will not be shipped. You must download the digital file).
  • CLASS LENGTH: 3 Days CLASS DESCRIPTION: Joshua Farnsworth will teach the fundamentals of traditional woodworking with hand tools. Students will learn the basics of woodworking hand tools, workbenches, and lumber. Students will then use hand saws, handplanes, and gauges to dimension a board, followed by learning to cut a variety of wood joints, including dovetails, mortise & tenon, tongue & groove, rabbets, dado, grooves, and whatever other useful joints time allows. See below for class details. WAIT LIST: If the class becomes sold out, click here to get added to the wait list. People may cancel, we may add more slots, or we may decide to add another class date. PAYMENT: If you would like to pay for a class using a different method than online with a credit card, email us here to arrange to pay by check or cash. We don't accept credit cards over the phone.
  • CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE (as of 01/01/2020). You may be able to get on Will Myers' wait list. Contact him here. This is the strong & low-profile wagon vise, designed by Will Myers, that comes on our Portable Moravian Workbenches (see our workbenches here). This end vise gives smooth and quick clamping action for your bench dogs, and is made of heavy-duty materials. We're taking pre-orders in small batches, so quickly add your contact information to our list if you want to buy one, and we'll contact you when we've got enough buyers for the first batch. First come first serve! Click the "BUY VISE" button below to get on the list. See photos & features below.
  • WAIT LIST HAS BEEN REOPENED (as of 08/27/2020) Have you wanted a Portable Moravian Workbench, but haven't had the time or skill to build your own? Well, you're in luck because due to a lot of nudging, we're now selling the workbench! We're building these solidly constructed reproduction Portable Moravian Workbenches in small batches, so please add your contact information to our wait list if you want to buy one, and we'll contact you when it's your turn! Click the "BUY WORKBENCH" button below to get on the list. See photos, features, freight shipping estimates, and a video of the Portable Moravian Workbench below.
  • The Most Practical Resource on Joinery Planes!

    Many woodworkers have been searching for practical advice on choosing, refurbishing, tuning and using traditional joinery planes. Bill Anderson and Joshua Farnsworth offer the first comprehensive video about different types of traditional joinery planes. Filmed on location in Roy Underhill’s Woodwright’s School in Pittsboro, North Carolina, this video helps woodworkers of all skill levels learn:
    • About different types of wooden and metal joinery planes, including Rabbet Planes, Moving Fillister Planes, Shoulder Planes, Dado Planes, Router Planes, Tongue & Groove Planes, Plow Planes and Combination Planes
    • What to look for when searching for joinery planes
    • How to spot and fix common problems
    • How to refurbish and repair different wooden and metal joinery planes
    • How to sharpen skewed irons, straight irons and various nickers
    • How to adjust and use different types of joinery planes
    • How to use planes to make and refine grooves, dados, rabbets, tenons and other joints
    With nearly five hours of instruction, this video is perhaps the most detailed and practical resource on joinery planes! SEE PREVIEW VIDEO BELOW...
  • Build your own piece of history!

    Learn to build an elegant continuous-arm Windsor rocking chair from log to finish in this detailed, step-by-step video. This historical chair - a cherished form from British and American history - is a delight to build and a joy to sit in. You'll learn to:
    • Select and split a log
    • Determine what split becomes which chair piece
    • Shave the spindles and shape the seat
    • Steam-bend the chair's back
    • Turn legs on a lathe
    • Dry the tenons in a homemade kiln
    • Bore seat holes without jigs
    • Cut the rocker slots
    • Assemble the chair using wedges and hide glue
    Elia teaches you everything you need to know, with eight hours of instruction, how to build this classic and comfortable Windsor rocking chair by hand. SEE PREVIEW VIDEO BELOW…
  • Traditional hand plane making, made simpler in this 3.75 Hour step-by-step tutorial!

    Bill Anderson & Joshua Farnsworth offer a visually stunning and very detailed video about traditional hand plane making that is comprehensive enough for even beginners to successfully follow along and build a jointer plane of their own. Filmed on location in Roy Underhill’s Woodwright’s School in Pittsboro, North Carolina, Bill shows how to make an 18th Century jointer plane with only traditional woodworking hand tools. Bill simplifies the complicated hand plane building process, including wood selection, layout, mortising, using floats, building handles, chamfering the edges, truing the bottom, and finishing the plane. SEE PREVIEW VIDEO BELOW…
  • The Most Practical Resource on Moulding Planes!

    Many woodworkers have been searching for practical advice on choosing, refurbishing, tuning and using traditional antique molding planes. Bill Anderson and Joshua Farnsworth offer the first comprehensive video about choosing, refurbishing, sharpening, tuning, and using vintage moulding planes. Filmed on location in Roy Underhill’s Woodwright’s School in Pittsboro, North Carolina, this video helps woodworkers of all skill levels learn:
    • Molding plane anatomy and how to choose and buy the best
    • The differences between dedicated molding planes, hollows & rounds, beading planes, scratch stock, and cleanup planes
    • How to refurbish an antique moulding plane, from blade, to wedge and even how to replace damaged boxing
    • The steps to lay out and create an Ovolo and Ogee molding profile, and more.
    With 4.5 hours (287 minutes) of instruction, this video is the most detailed, comprehensive, and practical resource on molding planes! SEE PREVIEW VIDEO BELOW...
  • This is the unisex T-Shirt that we sell in our “Wood and Shop Traditional Woodworking School”, so we carry a bunch in stock & can give a price break over our other T-Shirts. This is our favorite-fitting shirt. See below for a detailed description.
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    Show off your love for traditional woodworking with this original and fun handplane design from Wood and Shop. We tried out a bunch of hats, and this is our favorite-fitting baseball cap here at Wood and Shop!
  • CLASS LENGTH: 2 Days CLASS DESCRIPTION: Join Mike Cundall for a class on carving wooden spoons. Students will learn how to turn branches & blanks into spoons & spreaders (for butter or jam) that they can use at home or give as gifts! The class will cover blank prep, axe, and knife use/safety, and how to design wooden spoons with the user in mind. Students will leave with a knowledge of how to work the raw materials to a roughed state, and then be guided on how to "finish" carve the wooden spoons and apply a suitable finish. See below for class details. WAIT LIST: If the class becomes sold out, click here to get added to the wait list. People may cancel, we may add more slots, or we may decide to add another class date. PAYMENT: If you would like to pay for a class using a different method than online with a credit card, email us here to arrange to pay by check or cash. We don't accept credit cards over the phone.
  • CLASS LENGTH: 2 Days CLASS DESCRIPTION: Our most-requested class! Bring your woodworking hand tools, and spend two days learning the fundamentals of sharpening different woodworking hand tools, including hand planes, chisels, hand saws, card scrapers, spoke shaves, cabinet scrapers, drawknives, etc. See below for class details. WAIT LIST: If the class becomes sold out, click here to get added to the wait list. People may cancel, we may add more slots, or we may decide to add another class date. PAYMENT: If you would like to pay for a class using a different method than online with a credit card, email us here to arrange to pay by check or cash. We don't accept credit cards over the phone. SEE BILL’S COVID-19 REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS CLASS BELOW BEFORE REGISTERING
  • CLASS LENGTH: 2 Days CLASS DESCRIPTION: Renowned tool maker Tom Calisto will guide you through making a historical custom dovetail saw and tenon saw. See below for class details. WAIT LIST: If the class becomes sold out, click here to get added to the wait list. People may cancel, we may add more slots, or we may decide to add another class date. PAYMENT: If you would like to pay for a class using a different method than online with a credit card, email us here to arrange to pay by check or cash. We don't accept credit cards over the phone.
  • CLASS LENGTH: 2 Days CLASS DESCRIPTION: Join Colonial Williamsburg woodworker Kaare Loftheim for two days of classical wood carving instruction. Students will learn wood carving fundamentals through some preliminary carving exercises, then move to carving a classic Philadelphia shell. This class is open to beginners, but will also be helpful to those with some more advanced carving experience. See required tools below. WAIT LIST: If the class becomes sold out, click here to get added to the wait list. People may cancel, we may add more slots, or we may decide to add another class date. PAYMENT: If you would like to pay for a class using a different method than online with a credit card, email us here to arrange to pay by check or cash. We don't accept credit cards over the phone.
  • CLASS LENGTH: 2 Days CLASS DESCRIPTION: Join handplane expert, Bill Anderson, in this hands on clinic on refurbishing and sharpening your antique handplanes. Students are welcome to bring their own hand planes to work on, or may purchase some from Bill. See below for class details. WAIT LIST: If the class becomes sold out, click here to get added to the wait list. People may cancel, we may add more slots, or we may decide to add another class date. PAYMENT: If you would like to pay for a class using a different method than online with a credit card, email us here to arrange to pay by check or cash. We don't accept credit cards over the phone. SEE BILL’S COVID-19 REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS CLASS BELOW BEFORE REGISTERING
  • CLASS LENGTH: 2 Days CLASS DESCRIPTION: Spend a couple days with hand tool expert, Bill Anderson, making a bundle of essential workbench fixtures, including a joiner's mallet, two wooden try squares, a straight edge, winding sticks, a shooting board, a Bird's Mouth, and a bench hook/miter box. See below for class details. WAIT LIST: If the class becomes sold out, click here to get added to the wait list. People may cancel, we may add more slots, or we may decide to add another class date. PAYMENT: If you would like to pay for a class using a different method than online with a credit card, email us here to arrange to pay by check or cash. We don't accept credit cards over the phone. SEE BILL’S COVID-19 REQUIREMENTS BELOW BEFORE REGISTERING
  • Build a historic, sturdy & portable Moravian workbench with this step-by-step class!

    Will Myers & Joshua Farnsworth offer a visually stunning and very detailed video about how to build the historical Moravian Workbench. This video is comprehensive enough for even beginners to successfully follow along and build a Moravian Workbench of their own. Filmed on location in Roy Underhill’s Woodwright’s School in Pittsboro, North Carolina, Will shows how to make this 18th Century Moravian Workbench with only traditional woodworking hand tools. Will simplifies the complicated workbench building process, including wood selection, layout, hand tool use, joinery, tusk tenons, advance dovetails, and much more! SEE PREVIEW VIDEO BELOW...
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