Sat, Aug 12|
Wood-Mounted Staghorn Fern with Ashley Merback
Staghorn ferns are basically vegan antlers. And they beat the omnivorous kind any day! This class is being taught in partnership with Tarweed Folk School.
Time & Location
Aug 12, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Highland Woodshop, 1936 NW McDougal Dr, Corvallis, OR 97330, USA
About the event
Saturday, August 12th
9am - 12pm (3 hours)
Staghorn ferns are basically vegan antlers. And they beat the omnivorous kind any day! Students will learn to plane down a rough cut cedar lumber into smooth wall worthy wood, cut it to size with a miter saw, use a router to cut a keyhole for hanging your fern and learn proper techniques with a power drill. Perfect for a group of friends looking to dip their toes into wood working for the first time, even the more experienced woodworker can appreciate the joy of a gorgeous fern hanging on their wall
Materials fee: $20
Students bring: All materials necessary will be provided. Feel free to bring your own safety goggles and ear protection, and wear close fitting clothes and close toed shoes. Long hair should be secured.
Age Requirement: This class is for adults and youth age 14 and older.
This class is being taught in partnership with Tarweed Folk School.
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