A Nest of Shaker Trays with Eric Pintar

Elegant simplicity describes the Shaker design.  This workshop is designed for new students who will make a nest of 3- 5 serving trays or several trays of the same size.  All trays are made from cherry wood.  Learn how to bend and form the wood into the finished shape.   Simple construction and elegant design makes this project appealing.  The workshop is designed for both novice and seasoned woodworkers. All tools, equipment, and materials needed to complete a nest or multiples of Shaker trays will be provided for each participant.


Maximum class size: 8

Eric Pintar has taught box making workshops for 10 years. He is a partner at the Home Shop in Charlotte, Michigan which supplies woodworkers worldwide with instruction and materials for making Shaker oval boxes. Coming on board as a junior in high school 15 years ago, Eric has made a career serving the needs of craftsmen near and far.


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