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                                                                     Line & Berry Inlay Class
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Line and Berry Inlay - with Glen Huey 
Saturday and Sunday, July 14 & 15, 2018

Many woodworkers associate line-and-berry inlay with Pennsylvania spice boxes, but the technique is found on
many other items, such as bible boxes, tall clocks, and drawer fronts. In this weekend class with fine furniture-
maker, author and instructor Glen Huey you’ll complete a traditional spice box door pattern using both hand and
power tools. Discover how channels were scratched in during the period, how we use a router to cut channels
today, and learn how to simplify the intricate center design, reducing it to a series of arcs. Achieving a design of
this quality is more than how to cut and fit stringing - layout is key to success. You’ll discover important layout
steps that guarantee a great design. Plus, learn differences in how berries were produced then and how they’re
made now, and how to make chevron inlay banding used as a border to your design. Materials are included in class
   8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
   Classes include lunch, drinks and snacks. Please let us know if you have special dietary requirements.
Deadline for Registration: 6:00 PM Monday, July 9.
Deadline for Cancellation: 6:00 PM Wednesday, July 11. Any cancellation after this deadline will forfeit a
$50 administrative fee.

Classes may be cancelled with full refund of fees if class minimum of four students is not met by the

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