Wooden Plant Pot
Saturday & Sunday, December 4 & 5
12:00-5:00 (10 hours/2 days)
materials fee $65 payable to the instructor via etransfer (in contacted) before or on the first day of class
Class size: 4 (no experience necessary)
Registration Closes November 29
Learn how to make a sustainable wooden planter having beautiful alternating woodgrain. This class will teach you the skills of laminating wood pieces together to create a single piece, incorporate wood grain patterning into the design process, and sanding away your edges to a smooth finish.
Jackie Toner is a hobbyist woodworker who found this passion through the restoration of wood furniture pieces and giving them a new life. More recently Jackie moved to Nova Scotia to attend Dalhousie University and bought a house in Windsor, NS which gave her the opportunity to build her own workshop in her basement. When she is not in school you can find her with tools in her hands making quality wood pieces with local and ethically sourced and renewable exotic woods and materials. Jackie is a volunteer at Hand on Halifax and oversees the woodshop at the Windsor Makerspace Studio in the Windsor, NS. Jackie is constantly working to expand her knowledge and, in the process, share what she learns by teaching classes. Throughout Jackie’s classes she works to create an inclusive environment that fosters confidence with hands-on skill development.
You can find me on Instagram at @woodswoman_woodworking