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legThe best way to learn more about woodworking, besides the arduous path of hard knocks of which lessons are not soon forgotten, is to take woodworking classes at a dedicated school. I’ve been back at the magazine and posting blogs for more than a month, so I feel I can post about my 2013 teaching gigs.

If you’re looking for great legs (and feet, too for that matter), you have only a couple of weeks to get registered at the Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking (CVSW) for my class, Gorgeous Gams & Foot Fetishes: Its all about the Legs and the Feet- A 3 day weekend of fun and inspiration with Glen Huey. In three full days in the shop, we will cover all things – well, most things – that hold your furniture off of the floors. Cabriole legs, bracket and ogee bracket feet and how to render patterns from furniture photos is a part of what’s coming. Want more information? Visit the school’s site and scroll through the class schedule.


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