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Freehand Sharpening Class with Corn Schmid

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Price: $60.00
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Stop fighting your tools!

Learn what sharp tools feel like and repeatable techniques on how to get - and keep - your tools sharp. This hands-on, limited enrollment class will teach you the essential skill of free-hand sharpening.

The class will practice on chisels (supplied) and will discuss knives and other blades that can be sharpened with the same technique.

Tuition includes all materials and tools will be provided. All students will be given a $25 TFWW gift certificate.

Students must bring (or purchase before the class) safety goggles. You will be required to sign a waiver of liability.

Location: Tools for Working Wood showroom, 112 26th Street, Brooklyn.

Parking is available in front of our shop and under the expressway. The subway (R train to 25th Street in Brooklyn) is only a few blocks away.

Cancellation policy: Full refund with 36 hours notice. Thereafter refunds may be made at management's discretion, depending upon whether another student is able to take your place.

Customer Reviews:
The class that made everything make sense
By: Richard C (Jan, 2020)
Like the previous review, I tried watching different videos and tried following their advise but it never clicked. Learning hands on with Cornelius just made everything in those videos and blogs make sense. Cornelius was a fantastic teacher and made everything very simple. My sharpening still isn't the best but it is far better than what I was getting before. The class size is perfect and everyone had a chance to have Cornelius check on their sharpening. And the $25 gift certificate is such a great bonus. It is well worth the $60 dollars even without the gift card.
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Great Class
By: Richard Noble (May, 2018)
Cornelius opened my eyes to a new way to freehand sharpen. I have tried all the books and videos and just did not get it. I almost got it, but it was the final step I was missing. Once I saw what Cornelius was doing and he was able to see what mistakes I was making it was a matter of a few minutes to get it right. Take this class when its offered next.

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