I read on Peter Follansbee’s blog that the attendance for his two classes at Port Townsend might get cancelled because not enough people are signed up!?!
“still hoping for students out west at the Port Townsend School of Woodworking. Right now, it sounds like we need 6 more students for each workshop. Otherwise, these 2 classes will get cancelled. One is a week-long â€œmake a joint stoolâ€ classâ€¦ the other a 2-day class in carving. It would be a shame it we have to scrap it, the school and I have dedicated the time slot and canâ€™t really make it up if it falls through. I know time/money/logistics are all a concern for all of us. But I often get requests â€œWhen are you coming to X,Y, Z?â€ â€“ I only get to come if we get students. I wonâ€™t harp about it again, just one last nudge if you know someone out that way, or wanting to visit out that wayâ€¦dates are April 22-26 for the joinery class, and the 27th & 28th for the carving http://www.ptwoodschool.com/ “
Hey MWA folks and any other PNW woodworkers, you should think about these classes! Peter Follansbee is one of the most knowledgeable guys out there for 17th century carving. If you have any interest at all, it would be well worth the time and money to attend, as I doubt he’s going to make his way out here again.
I’ve already signed up ages ago, and will be majorly disappointed if this gets cancelled. Please spread the word! Tell your friends! I’ve been hoping to get a chance to meet Peter and learn from him since I started reading his blog. It started me down the path of carving, and is a major reason why I’ve been able to figure out the stuff I’ve done lately.
From the East Coast…..I hope your peers out there don’t let you down. They will have had no idea how fortunate they could have been to have enjoyed a wonderful learning experence learn from such an informed, entertaining, and effective teacher.
Thanks Larry, I hope so too.