Lie-Nielsen Toolworks

Chicago School Of Woodworking

with Lie-Nielsen Toolworks

January 26 - 27 , 2018

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Join us at our Hand Tool Event® in Chicago

January 26-27, 2018
Friday (10am - 6pm) and Saturday (10am - 5pm)

Hosted by the Chicago School of Woodworking
5680 N. Northwest Highway
Chicago, IL 60646

Admission

Admission is free and open to the public.

Directions

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Parking

Parking is available through out the local neighborhood.

About the Venue

The Chicago School of Woodworking was established in 2007 to train students in the art of furniture making. In December 2015, the school moved into its current 13,500 square foot facility, located in Chicago's Norwood Park neighborhood on the Northwest side of the city. The facility has two bench rooms, two machine rooms and a library/classroom available to students.

Free Shipping

We offer free shipping on orders placed at the Event (excluding Workbenches, Vise Hardware, and Dovetail Vises).

Jeff Miller - J. Miller Handcrafted Furniture

Jeff Miller is a furniture designer, craftsman, teacher and author of woodworking books and articles. Jeff's furniture has been shown in galleries and shows nationwide and has won numerous awards. His furniture is in the Decorative Arts Collection of the Chicago History Museum. The shop is setup in an old post office building and is spacious and well equipped.

Mateo Panzica - The Lazarus Handplane Co.

Mateo Panzica of the Lazarus Handplane Co. is a toolmaker in Louisville, KY. His planes and slicks are made entirely by himself, blades and all. His diverse past endeavors include time spent working in bronze casting, making furniture, doing high end furniture conservation at the Chicago Conservation Center, and building timber frame structures in Southern Appalachia.

Steve Voigt - Voigt Planes

Steve Voigt makes traditional double-iron planes, mostly by hand, in Virginia's beautiful Shenandoah Valley. His planes are loosely based on those found in the Seaton tool chest, ca. 1796.