At this time we are temporarily closed and not offering jewelry making classes. Retail is available by appointment.

We are still offering The Blacksmith Weekend in Eatonville.
       
Blacksmithing Weekend in Eatonville Sat,Sun. 10:00am - 6:00pm $300.00
Beginning Jewelry/ Metals Intensive not currently offering 10:00am - 5:00pm $375.00

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Blacksmithing Weekend in Eatonville scroll down to see upcoming dates....

 

 

 

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Blacksmithing Weekend in Eatonville

Saturday, Sunday, May 1 & 2
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

$300 plus $60 materials

Instructor Mike Mathewson

 

By registering on-line you agree to the Cancellation Policy

 

 

5/1/2021 May Blacksmith Weekend in Eatonville

$300.00

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max 6, to allow for social distancing

Blacksmith classes

COVID Requirements: The class has 6 students and is held in a large workshop.  Doors will be open for ventilation so please dress accordingly. You will be required to wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose at all times, and asked to stay 6 feet from others as much as possible. We regret that we cannot accommodate any exceptions/exemptions to the mask mandate for health reasons.  The mask requirement will be strictly enforced.

 

Course description: You will learn basic blacksmithing techniques with a variety of hands on projects ranging from decorative to functional. Possible projects include plant hangers, candlestick holders, fire pokers, decorative hooks and barbeque skewers, just to name a few.  You'll even learn to make your own blacksmithing tools! Mike will cover safety and operation of a gas forge and all the tools, as well as basic hammering and heating techniques. Learn how to determine what type of steel to select for your projects, ferrous vs. non-ferrous metals, different types of steels and the pros and cons of scrap steel sources. Mike will also have forges for sale if you want to continue on your own. maximum 6 students.

Materials: $60, payable to the instructor (cash/check only). Each student has his/her own forge and anvil to work with during the class.  Students should bring safety glasses and leather work gloves.

Location: Eatonville, WA  98328, complete address provided upon registration. You will receive and email within a day or two.

Prerequisite: None

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Blacksmithing Weekend in Eatonville

Saturday, Sunday, June 5 & 6
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

$300 plus $60 materials

Instructor Mike Mathewson

 

By registering on-line you agree to the Cancellation Policy

 

enrollment opens soon
Blacksmith classes

COVID Requirements: The class has 6 students and is held in a large workshop.  Doors will be open for ventilation so please dress accordingly. You will be required to wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose at all times, and asked to stay 6 feet from others as much as possible. We regret that we cannot accommodate any exceptions/exemptions to the mask mandate for health reasons.  The mask requirement will be strictly enforced.

 

Course description: You will learn basic blacksmithing techniques with a variety of hands on projects ranging from decorative to functional. Possible projects include plant hangers, candlestick holders, fire pokers, decorative hooks and barbeque skewers, just to name a few.  You'll even learn to make your own blacksmithing tools! Mike will cover safety and operation of a gas forge and all the tools, as well as basic hammering and heating techniques. Learn how to determine what type of steel to select for your projects, ferrous vs. non-ferrous metals, different types of steels and the pros and cons of scrap steel sources. Mike will also have forges for sale if you want to continue on your own. maximum 6 students.

Materials: $60, payable to the instructor (cash/check only). Each student has his/her own forge and anvil to work with during the class.  Students should bring safety glasses and leather work gloves.

Location: Eatonville, WA  98328, complete address provided upon registration. You will receive and email within a day or two.

Prerequisite: None

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Blacksmithing Weekend in Eatonville

Usually the first SaturdaySunday of the month
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

$300 plus $60 materials

Instructor Mike Mathewson

 

By registering on-line you agree to the Cancellation Policy

 

 

max 6, to allow for social distancing

Blacksmith classes

COVID Requirements: The class has 6 students and is held in a large workshop.  Doors will be open for ventilation so please dress accordingly. You will be required to wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose at all times, and asked to stay 6 feet from others as much as possible. We regret that we cannot accommodate any exceptions/exemptions to the mask mandate for health reasons.  The mask requirement will be strictly enforced.

 

Course description: You will learn basic blacksmithing techniques with a variety of hands on projects ranging from decorative to functional. Possible projects include plant hangers, candlestick holders, fire pokers, decorative hooks and barbeque skewers, just to name a few.  You'll even learn to make your own blacksmithing tools! Mike will cover safety and operation of a gas forge and all the tools, as well as basic hammering and heating techniques. Learn how to determine what type of steel to select for your projects, ferrous vs. non-ferrous metals, different types of steels and the pros and cons of scrap steel sources. Mike will also have forges for sale if you want to continue on your own. maximum 6 students.

Materials: $60, payable to the instructor (cash/check only). Each student has his/her own forge and anvil to work with during the class.  Students should bring safety glasses and leather work gloves.

Location: Eatonville, WA  98328, complete address provided upon registration. You will receive and email within a day or two.

Prerequisite: None

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