Denver Woodworking Classes

"A bad day woodworking is still better than a good day working."

Woodworking Classes Make Great Gifts!

You can purchase any class below and give it as a gift!  Gift certificates never expire and can be used for any class. So, you don't have to worry that you are choosing the exact right class! They can sign up after the holidays and use the funds for any class they like!  If you have any questions, give us a call at (303) 902-8856!

Beginner Table Class Gift Certificate

Beginner Bookshelf Git Certificate

Intermediate Project Class Gift Certificate

Introducing Summer Intensive Workshops

Our week-long intensive workshops will help you build your woodworking skills in small and focused class settings.

Woodworking Classes

Beginner Classes

Beginner classes are offered once per month and alternate between a table or bookshelf project.  Take two months of beginner classes to build both!

Intermediate Class

Intermediate classes are offered Wednesday nights from 6-9pm. Pick your own project to make or ask for suggestions, learn advanced joinery techniques such as mortise and tenon, dovetails, and more!

Private classes

Private classes are available for you and your group!  Make something special, under the careful guidance of an experienced woodworker.

Register Today

Register for one of our woodworking classes below. A calendar is provided below that shows the dates and times of available classes. To purchase, click on one of the PayPal buttons below. Once your payment is complete, you'll receive a confirmation from the instructor and you'll have the opportunity to pick your class directly with the instructor.

Beginner Classes

What will I learn in the beginner class?

You will learn to safely use the table saw, jointer, planer, miter saw and router to build either a small table or small bookcase. You will learn the process of gluing up panels to look like one board. Then, you will learn a simple method of joinery that will allow you to build many other projects. The lessons learned in the beginner class are the most important lessons for all of your next projects. We learn how these machines work together to make a board square and straight. At the end, we learn how to finish the project to look professional with little effort. You will do the final finish at home, but we discuss how to make it look great with stain and top coat.

Where and when are the beginner classes?

Beginner classes are offered at least once per month and are listed on the schedule below or here on the Schedule Page. We alternate between table and bookcase each month. The classes are held from 9am - 1pm both Saturday and Sunday. When we fill up the morning class, we will open an overflow class from 1pm -5pm both days as well. If that afternoon fills, we will open another overflow class usually the next weekend. Please call or text 303-902-8856 if you have any questions about the schedule!

Classes are taught at 2555 S Santa Fe, unit F2, Denver, CO. Unit F2 is on the southwest corner of the building. We are in the same building as The Door Store just to the left of Caleb’s.

Is it safe?

Yes, woodworking can be a very safe hobby if you have quality instruction. I have been teaching this beginner class for over 17 years and I have NEVER had any significant injury in this class.

Are there any other fees?

NO, everything is included in the class cost. No surprise fees.

Can I get a Gift Certificates?

Yes, I do! You can purchase any class for your wife, husband, or friend and relax because it will never expire, and they can use the gift certificate for any class. You can purchase one class and if they decide they would rather take a different class, that is no problem. The money is transferable. I can also send you an electronic certificate for them upon request.

I’m Ready! How do I sign up?

Click the PayPal button below either the table or bookcase class (immediately below this paragraph). After you purchase the class, you can choose your dates. If you would like to take a different class, just email or call 303-902-8856 and you will be moved to the desired class.

Intermediate Class

What will I learn in the intermediate class?

The intermediate class is a student directed class. In other words, you decide what you want to make and that is what we do as a team. We can guide you from design to completion. Some people already know what they want to make and some just want to learn skills. I have a great project for those just wanting to learn skills where you can learn dovetails, mortise and tenon, curves, and tapers in a small project that will not cost much for materials. Popular projects in this class are jewelry boxes, butcher blocks, coffee tables, dining tables, larger bookshelves, and cabinets. You are only limited by your imagination.

Are there any other fees?

Yes, you will be responsible for purchasing your own materials and bringing them to the shop. You are welcome to leave materials at the shop, within reason, and if you are attending class each week.

Where, when and how much are intermediate classes?

This class is taught at 2555 S Santa Fe, Denver every Wednesday evening from 6-9. Depending on enrollment, we open Monday evenings from 6-9. The cool thing about this class is you attend class when your available. It is really just shop time with instructors present to help you with your projects. The classes never expire. The fee for the intermediate class is 249.00 for 4 classes to use at your convenience.

Can I buy a gift certificate?

Yes, you can purchase a class and the recipient can use the certificate for any class they like.

I’m Ready! How do I sign up?

After paying, we will contact you about which class date you want to schedule. You can also email to request your date.

Private Classes

To setup a private class, contact Tracy at: 303-902-8856 or

Classes Calendar

Note: If you're unable to view the calendar on this page, you may view it directly on our Google Calendar

Class Features

Expert Instructor
Learn Hand Tool Use
Learn Powertool Use
Shop Safety
Personal Protective Equipment
Designing & Planning
Selecting Lumber
Square Cuts
Joining Boards
Joinery Methods
Preparing Surface for Finish
All Tools Provided
All Lumber Provided
Large Workshop
... And Much More!