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Windsor Woodworking Fundamentals

November 17 - November 22



John C. Campbell Folk School
1 Folk School Road
Brasstown, NC 28902 United States
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John C. Campbell Folk School
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Subject: Woodworking, Woodturning
Duration: November 17-22
Cost: $660 + $80 materials fees
Skill Level: All Levels


The Windsor stool originated in England in the early 18th century. It is characterized by its turned legs, spindles, and seat style. They were originally made from local hardwoods, such as ash, maple, and oak. Often used as work stools, they are stylish, comfortable and durable. Learn the fundamentals of Windsor style furniture making through this simple form. Discussion topics will include splitting, handling, and storing green wood along with drying. All levels welcome.


Instructor Bio:

When Jeff Wyatt is not working in the oil refinery, you would find him in his workshop shop in Middle Tennessee. Jeff has been published in numerous magazine articles including This Old House and American Association of Woodturners. He has taken numerous classes with Greg Pennington, Jeff Lefkowitz, David Ellsworth, and Luke Barnett.


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