Discover how to Produce Cabriole Legs and Manufacture and Inlay a Top Cherry Side Table

 

Cabriole leg production and Inlays mystify you? A fascinating thirty-two lab-hours of woodworking. Attain the shills to produce a Queen Ann style leg and inlay a tabletop. Then use this knowledge to produce stools and other styles of tables.

 

The following are specific woodworking technologies presented.

  • Develop cabriole leg patterns
  • Ascertain the sequence to cut a cabriole leg
  • Cultivate skills in shaping the cabriole leg
  • Fabricate inlay pieces
  • Prepare a frame to hold the inlay pieces
  • Discover the various types of scalloped edges that can be produced
  • Learn how to attach legs to aprons
  • Construct joints to attach legs to aprons
  • Produce joinery to attach a top to an apron

 

Class for AGES 12 and UP or School's Permission

Class # SPI-613

A certificate is awarded upon class completion

Prerequisites SPI-600, 601, 603 or School's Permission. NO materials or tools needed.

 

The class takes Thirty-two hours in eight hour blocks of time over a four-day period. Days and times may be altered depending on the circumstances.

 

FEES:
Tuition $645.00 + Laboratory $215.00 + Materials (solid cherry) $40.00 = $900.00 and you keep the project.

 

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