May Meeting

Speed Learning for Woodworkers

Speakers: TWA Club Members

Tuesday, May 21 


Everyone will be able to learn some new skills from fellow members during the next meeting. Four stations will be available where different members will demonstrate a skill. After 15 to 20 minutes, meeting attendees will rotate to a different station and the demonstrators will educate a new group of members. The planned stations are the following:
1. Alan Leland will show how he carves the seat of a Windsor chair
2. Mark Firley will demonstrate veneering with a small vacuum bag
3. Ed Lebetkin will talk about wooden molding planes and explain what to look for in a used plane
4. Jeff Leimberger will share what club members learned during Glen Huey’s workshop on string inlay and creating a sand shaded fan inlay


Host: Jeff Leimberger


Scenes from our July Meeting



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