Woodworking with Ron Shop Class
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                                                                               Tea Tray Class
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Tea Tray with Sand-Shaded Fans - with Glen Huey 
Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 18 & 19, 2018

You’ve decided to push your woodworking to the next level. Learning how to work with inlay is the perfect
choice. Adding decoration to your work is a sure way to kick up your abilities. The process of sand shading
is a great beginning, and what makes it better is to put your new skills to work immediately building a tea
tray complete with sand-shaded corner fans and oval fans and string inlay. Learn to shade pieces of veneer
in hot sand, how to regulate the shading process and how to develop patterns to keep your work
consistent. You’ll also learn tips and tricks for easy installation, including how to keep inlay pieces aligned
and organized. Join fine furniture maker, author, and instructor Glen Huey of 360 Woodworking for an
information-packed two days building and decorating a scalloped-edge, fan-inlaid tea tray. Materials are
included in the class fee. 
   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, Aug. 13
Deadline for Cancellation: 6:00 PM Wednesday, Aug. 15. 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 deadline.
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