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Learn the step by step process of creating a set of four beautiful wood and resin coasters. No prior woodworking or resin experience is needed! In this workshop you will learn how to build and prep a mold, select and layout wood, learn about mixing and pouring resin and pigments and finishing your project by sanding and applying a food grade finish. All materials are included in the cost of the workshop. This includes wood, resin, mold materials, nitrile gloves, pigments/ colorant, mixing cups, sticks, sandpaper and finishing oil.
This workshop takes place over two sessions. Week one is Wednesday February 24th from 7-9pm. Week two is Wednesday March 3rd from 7-9pm. Class is limited to 8 participants.
Note: You’ll take your beautiful pieces home, but the molds, torch etc. will not go home with you. All product information will be shared should you wish to purchase for any future projects, and you will receive a 10% discount on your next purchase of materials from The Northern Joinery.
Dress code: If you choose to wear long sleeves top then make sure the sleeves are not baggy or loose near the wrist as it will make working more difficult. Also, wear clothes you are not afraid to ruin.
Covid 19 Update: If this in person event needs to be moved to a different date because of Covid 19, you will be given the option to either keep your spot for the rescheduled date or receive a full refund or credit note.
About the instructor: David Shaw is the owner/operator of The Northern Joinery. With his works being widely touted as functional furniture art, his contemporary unique style and ability sets The Northern Joinery apart from other conventional wood shops. Starting at a young age, David developed a passion for woodworking and he still carries that same passion and drive with him today. He is constantly looking for ways to innovate and push the boundaries of conventional furniture with unique designs, building one of a kind pieces for his clients. Never resting on past successes, you can be sure that the best is yet to come.