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Corkscrews, the online class.
Something dark and twisted

In this class we will make a corkscrew suited to opening even the finest of wines.

Unlike most modern, mass-produced, skinny little corkscrews, this design grabs a whole bunch of cork, not just the bit down the middle.
With one of these you will never find that, instead of removing it, you have just drilled a ragged hole in that piece of bark that's keeping you from your wine.

"You're going to have to change this design... It makes wine toooo accessible." - A.Z. (student who made a nice one. Then tested it.)

These make nice gifts (especially when you demonstrate that it really does work, on that bottle of nice wine you brought along).

The student must have: (please read this carefully)

Materials

At least 14" of 1/4" round steel, preferably mild. 24" or longer is better.
If it's 18" or more long you won't *need* the stock-sized tongs.

Gift Certificates for Corkscrews, the online class. are available.

3 hours, one meeting    dates&times

Instructor: Carl West
Fees: Participating $75. Auditing - Free, come see how it works.
Maximum 4 students

Prerequisite:
Students should have demonstrated skill at making long, very thin, round tapers.

Please wear proper clothing for visiting or working in the forge: closed toe shoes (preferably leather, preferably high-topped. Sneakers are sufficient.), natural fiber clothing, long pants that cover the tops of the shoes. Click here for more safety information.


Dates and Times:
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Wednesday, July 15,
2:00pm - 5:00pm ***Afternoon*** East Coast US Time
(2020)

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