The Darrell Peart School of Precision Woodworking

Darrell Peart started his career making and selling small wooden items at Seattle’s Pike Place Market. To broaden his experience, he then worked for many years in various high-end custom shops throughout the Puget Sound area gaining an extensive background in both commercial and custom furniture making.

Marc Adams School of Woodworking

Instructors: Patrick Edwards, Cathryn Peters, Don Williams, Jeff Headley & Steve Hamilton, Alf Sharp

MASW is a very busy place with lots of activities during the week. Class instruction and use of power equipment goes from 8:00 a.m. to around 6:00 p.m. each weekday. After 6:00 p.m., when the power equipment goes off, students are more than welcome to stay and work, socialize, or do research in the library.

Hobbs Furniture

Instructors: Mary May, Ben Hobbs

Courses focus on traditional joinery and hand tool use. Modern power tools are used on projects, including bandsaws and routers. People all at skill levels have benefited from these classes.

 Bob Van Dyke School of Woodworking

Dedicated to promoting excellence in craftsmanship and in developing superior hand and machine woodworking skills. Workshops are designed to satisfy beginner, intermediate and advanced woodworkers in a relaxed, hands-on format.

Dave Douyard, Chairmaker

Each SEVEN day class will take you, step-by-step, through the process of hand crafting a Brian Boggs designed chair. They cover every aspect of making a ladderback chair, beginning with lumber selection all the way through final assembly using hide glue.