As of 3:00 PM EST today, my new Hand Plane Foundations course is live. It’s taken than expected, but it’s finally ready for the world.
I’ve been hard at work creating videos for my Hand Plane Foundations course. The current target for the official opening of the course is March 1st.
I’m currently working on the Hand Plane Foundations class. I have also started working with the Chestnut Creek School of the Arts to plan in-person classes.
Recently, I have changed the format of my Hand Saw Foundations course from a fixed price to Pay What You Can. In essence, it is now completely free to enroll in the course, however, there is an option on the course page to offer a donation of any amount, if you are able and so inclined.
I’m happy to say that the Hand Saw Foundations course is now 100% finished.
This is the introductory video to my Hand Saw Foundations course.
My plan was to make the course live after I had all of the content created, edited and uploaded. Apparently, I goofed.
While I may be an introvert at heart, I always look forward to the opportunity to talk and teach woodworking. So I was a bit disappointed that the classes that I was planning to teach this spring at the local school had to be cancelled.
There’s still space left in my candle box class, scheduled for July 22nd.
The date for my sliding lid candle box class has been set and registration has been opened.
Donate your unused hand tools to help some new woodworkers and a budding hand tool program get off the ground.
I have a couple of hand tool woodworking classes on the schedule next year at the Chestnut Creek School of Arts, in Galax, VA.