Seattle area woodworking stores offer ‘make & take’ classes throughout April

A different project class is scheduled for each week

Rockler Woodworking and Hardware in Seattle and Tukwila will be offering hands-on, “Make & Take” project classes throughout April. Projects include: a wooden tote, a 4-in-1 screwdriver, a custom sign and a custom turned bowl. Class size is limited to as few as three participants and will cost $15 to $35 with all materials included. Instruction will be provided by Rockler’s expert woodworkers and teachers so no experience or tools are needed.

Participants can sign up for any or all of the classes and they’ll leave with a handcrafted project after each class. Plans, overview videos and materials will also be available online for those who want to make the projects on their own.

The “Make & Take” class series is especially well-suited for beginners or those with limited woodworking experience. Class size is limited so that attendees have access to as much guidance and instruction as needed.

Each class will last 2 to 3 hours and will focus on a single project. Only 3 to 6 participants per class – use the store link below to sign up:

Seattle:

Rockler Woodworking and Hardware Seattle -https://www.rockler.com/retail/stores/wa/seattle-store

832 NE Northgate Way, Seattle, WA 98125

Phone: (206) 634-3222

Tukwila: 

Rockler Woodworking and Hardware Tukwila -https://www.rockler.com/retail/stores/wa/tukwila-store

345 Tukwila Parkway, Tukwila, WA 98188

Phone: (206) 244-9161

Make & Take class Projects: 

Wooden Tote – Learn basic woodworking techniques, including sawing, clamping, and finishing techniques.

4-in-1 Screwdriver – learn the basic fundamentals of turning and construct your own custom 4-in-1 screwdriver using carbide turning tools.

Custom Sign – Use templates and a plunge router to make a sign you’ll be proud to display or give as a gift.

Custom Turned Bowl – learn how to mount the blank on the lathe, how to hold the tools, cutting techniques and finishing in the step by step process of turning a small maple bowl.

The cost for each class is $15 to $35 and includes materials and supplies. Each class will last 2 to 3 hours and will focus on a single project. To participate in any class, children under 18 years of age must be supervised by a parent or legal guardian during the entire event. Children under 14 years of age cannot use any power tool (with the exception of random orbital sanders). Children 14 years of age and older may use power tools but must do so under the direct supervision and guidance of the legal guardian or parent.

– Rockler Woodworking and Hardware