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Introduction to Woodwork – Wine Rack

March 11 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

£50

A great way to hone your woodworking skills, or to learn a new skill from scratch, this four hour hands-on class will take you through the different skills and techniques needed to create your own wine rack!

Introduction to Woodwork - Wine Rack image
Introduction to Woodwork - Wine Rack image

Using recycled and reclaimed wood, our woodwork tutor Chris will guide you through the different steps to crafting your very own wine rack. By making your own wine rack you’ll learn how to measure and cut wood accurately and safely; as well as sanding, planing, drilling and sawing.

 

You will use:

Chop/ Mitre saw -Cut wood at various angles

Band saw – Rip through timber

Jigsaw – Free form cuts

Drill driver – Pilot holes & fixing screws

Pillar drill – bore vertical holes

Disc / Belt sander – Accurate, powerful sanding

Palm sander – Versatile sanding

 

Join our class and build your confidence using a range of woodworking tools and techniques, while making your very own wine rack.

All tools, equipment and materials will be provided on the day.

Please arrive 15 mins before the class begins. There will also be a short break during the session.

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The great thing about our introduction to woodwork class is, once you’ve been inducted into the class and introduced to all of our equipment here at Make CIC, you’ll be fully inducted into Make CIC’s workshop!

So if you decide woodwork is for you want to come back to work on your own projects, all you’ll need to do is sign up. When you’ve attended a class, you’ll be entitled to a discount on your first month of membership as well! Just email hello@makecic.org to find out more.

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Details

Date:
March 11
Time:
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost:
£50
Event Category:

Venue

Make North Docks
37 Regent Street
Liverpool, L3 7BN
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Phone:
0151 601 8665

Meet the Teacher – Chris Wilson

Chris has been doing DIY since he was 16 years old and has worked professionally in carpentry and woodworking for over 25 years. He has a wealth of experience in TV set building and exhibition and installation building in museums. Chris teaches our beginner woodworking classes, whilst developing his own professional skills in upholstery and furniture making. Chris is also a portrait artist.
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