Carved Box Build

Experience Level: ANY

Instructor: Shea Alexander (Alexander Brothers)

Class Size: 6 students

Sessions: 3 days at 6-7 hours each

This course will be in person at the Alexander Brothers shop in Timberville, VA (We have a Zoom version of this course posted here)

A picture of Shea Alexander with the Alexander Brothers holding a 17th century style relief carved wooden box

Course Description

Join us for a special 3-day event of woodworking, food, and friends! In this course, you will have an amazing opportunity to learn from Shea Alexander. He will walk you through building a box like the one pictured above, carving and all! Breakfast and lunch will be provided so we can all enjoy more time together. At the end of the course, you get to keep your project! This course will be a mix of hand tools and power tools. 

Shea and his two brothers operate Alexander Brothers (alexanderbrothers.com) in Timberville, VA. Shea Alexander is a woodworker, Drew Alexander is a blacksmith and Josiah Alexander is  a leatherworker. They work together and complete amazing works and produce about 50+ furniture pieces a year! Check out Shea’s Instagram account @shea.elliorr.alexander for your daily dose of woodworking!  

Tools Needed*

You do not need to bring your own tools unless you want to.  

-Round mallet
-Pencil dividers
-Square
-12″ ruler
-Carving tools

*If you qualify for free courses and you do not have the tools needed to recreate this project at home, please let us know in the Additional Comments of the registration form. We may be able to get these tools for you to keep and take home with you. To see if you qualify, click HERE.

Course Cost*

 $600 = includes the course, materials for your project, and food/drinks (yes, we will have coffee!). 
 
*If you qualify for a free course you will not be charged for anything. Application steps are in the registration form or click HERE to see if you qualify.

Course Dates

This course is full – Please let me know if you are interested in us running this course again!

July 18th to 20th, 2024 @ 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST. (Breakfast will be provided at 8:30 a.m. each day, course work will start at 9:00 a.m.)