Handle Board Workshop | May 26

June 02, 2014

Last Thursday evening we held our second full pop-up class!  Several people in this group were making father's day and wedding gifts to give.  What a wonderful idea!   We know it hard to part with something you love and have labored over, but you can always come back for another workshop and make one just for you ;). may 28th sanding
This was another adventurous group who took to using all the machines available to them to make their boards one of a kind.
may 28th routering may 28th grouping1   may 28th buttering boards
After all their hard work, the makers got to sit back and enjoy some farm-fresh-to-table goodness and appreciate the wonderful piece of useable art that they just created. may 28th grouping
A job AWESOMELY done! DSC_1494

Experience it. Love it. Use it.






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