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Furniture Education: How Wood Ages, Part II – Finish

  Today Dave is back with more on how furniture ages, and a little bit more on what you can do to achieve the look you want with finish selection. Our last post talked about the tendency of wood to change as it ages, based on it’s interaction with the atmosphere: air and water.  Today […]

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April Happenings

And here we are already in April!  Jenn here, ready to fill you in on what’s happening this month which is….very little.  Which we are grateful for. April 24th weekend Dave will be teaching a Marquetry Introduction course at Nova Labs.  We would normally be shouting this to the universe except half the spots are already full, […]

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Introduction to Veneering Class, April 1-2

Waterford is a historic town near Leesburg VA, about an hour west of Washington DC. The Waterford Foundation runs a Heritage Crafts School. This year it will feature five classes in each of four months on a wide variety of traditional crafts. As mentioned in my previous post, I’ll be teaching an Introduction to Veneering […]

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