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CU Woodworking School 2018















Stickley Tall Clock 

March 19th - 23rd


Sculpted Rocking Chair

April 23rd - 27th

May 4th - 7th

Sculpted Rocker wins at

2014 Indiana State Fair read here

Mission Sideboard

This class will offer you instruction in mortise and tenon construction, dovetail drawers, butterfly inlay and much more. It is a great introduction to furniture building.



Maloof Style Sculpted Rocker
The beautiful flow and joinery of a Scultped Rocking Chair is regarded in the top of the woodworking field. The process of building one will open up your woodworking skills to a new level. This chair is amazingly comfortable and will be passed down to many generations. This is an intensive 8 days in which you will learn techniques of cold bent lamination, coopering, compound cove cutting, radius mortise and tenon, shaping with routers, grinders, rasps, and drums, the list goes on and on.
This class can be split into two sessions.
Stickley Tall Clock
This clock was originally designed by L&JG Stickley circa 1910. Originals usually sell for $50,000-$70,000.
The original clock is housed at the historic Stickley Craftsman Farm in New Jersey. Stickley reproductions sell at fine furniture stores for over $6,500.
Building the Tall Clock will require a great deal of hard work. You will be building a family heirloom that will last for generations. The clock is made from beautiful quatersawn white oak and has a high quality movement. This design features classic Stickley craftsmanship.
In this 5 day class, you will learn about mortise and tenon construction, frame and panel, building doors and the secrets of fitting them in the case. We will cover finishing techniques and installation of clock components and hardware. You will have a great sense of accomplishment after building this clock, and have more confidence in building your next furniture project.
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