Tuesday, May 28, 2013

day one of box making

I have 14 students at Marc Adams School this week, only 4 less than the full class. We've begun making mitered corner boxes, and this afternoon I demonstrated making finger joints. We will all have several boxes in the works in no time. The students are doing well, and I enjoy watching them learn.

Imagine miters so accurately cut they can be held together with masking tape.

 Make, fix and create...

1 comment:

  1. Darrell V.12:39 PM

    Very cool. It is on my "bucket list" to attend one of your box making classes. I have been a hobby woodworker for many years using tools that I have learned are inaccurate and downright dangerous. As I learn more, I find ther is always more to learn. I suspect the learning environment in your class this week will be stress relieving and just plain fun. May you and your students, and assistants have a great week!