Working with Wood Bundle
Bundle: Working with Wood
As woodworkers, we use a variety of materials for each project we do, and it’s important to understand the advantages and disadvantages of each. Just like not all trees are the same, the material we get from the trees differs as well. This special bundle will give you the variety you need to work with different materials and helping you to expand your repertoire.
In total, you’ll get nearly 3 hours of hands-on video instruction with the two classes described below. This class set also includes detailed downloadable Class Guides to print and keep, which will reinforce key points and instruction in each class.
To maximize your convenience and long-term viewing flexibility, you’ll own these classes in TWO forms – on DVD and via streaming video online. With this 2-media access, you can enjoy or share the instruction no matter where you’re at! And you’ll never lose access to the videos.
As part of this offer you will also receive a great resource book, Woodworker’s Guide to Live Edge Slabs, written by George Vondriska. Live edge slabs add an interesting and organic aspect to your woodworking. George’s book Woodworkers Guide to Live Edge Slabs will help you transform trees into tables, benches, cutting boards and more. It includes five technique chapters that will help you prep and level your slabs, add epoxy accents, create waterfall edges, mill your own slabs and add inlays. The eight project chapters include how-to on items as simple as a charcuterie board and as complex as a bookmatched dining table.
All About Wood
As woodworkers, we use a variety of materials in our craft: Solid wood in the form of hardwoods and softwoods; domestic and imported woods; plywood; MDF; melamine; multi-ply plywood;, and more.
Like choosing the right tool for the job, it’s important to choose the correct material. That’s why we created this class. We want to help you better understand the material you’re working with, and educate you about materials you may not be familiar with.
Fundamentals For Epoxy Woodworking
If the words “epoxy” and “failure” feel synonymous, then this class is for you.
In “Fundamentals for Epoxy in Woodworking,” your instructor, Jess Crow, will take the mystery and fear out of using epoxy, and teach you how to incorporate it seamlessly into your woodworking repertoire.
With the insights and techniques you’ll learn in this class, you can add a fabulous and beautiful element of color to many projects.
You will learn how to choose the correct epoxy for the project, how to properly mix and color your epoxy, as well as how to avoid and fix the most common errors and issues you may run into.
Book: Woodworker’s Guide to Live Edge Slabs Book
Woodworker’s Guide to Live Edge Slabs Book A complete and accessible guide on making DIY furniture from live-edge slabs, this book will show you everything you need to know about incorporating natural wood pieces into your home. After learning techniques for milling, drying, and preparing your own slab, adding inlays, using resin and epoxy, creating waterfall edges, and more, you’ll then move on to complete seven projects that range in size and offer additional ideas to implement in your own projects while using the techniques you’ve learned! From charcuterie boards and floating shelves to desks, dining tables, benches, and more, both beginner and advanced DIYers can accomplish these stunning woodworking projects!
Paper Back: 144 Pages
Dimensions: 8 x 10