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Note:

Prospect Hill Forge is physically closed for the duration of the outbreak.
We are moving toward doing online classes.
If you have your own rig, forge-on!
If not, seriously consider getting some modeling clay to practice with.
... but no cheating, no fingers!

Working through Ted Tucker's book:

We'll be working our way through Ted Tucker's book of smithing projects and make as many as we can in the eight meetings.
The instructor will choose a few to get started with, and after that class input will be welcomed. It may be that the class does not work in projects in unison.
It's likely that we'll stop to make specialized tools as needed.
We have copies enough for each student to work from.

ISBN 0-87857-312-7 hardcover
ISBN 0-87857-294-5 paperback

Note: At this time, Ted is still unaware that this class is a thing. So he hasn't endorsed it...yet.

Gift Certificates for Working through Ted Tucker's book: are available.

8 meetings, 3 hours each    dates&times

Instructor: Carl West
Tuition: $910
Maximum 4 students, one per forge

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:
If none of the dates below work for you (or are already full), we suggest you
Add yourself to the Notification List for this class.
(The notification list gets emailed soon after classes are put on the schedule.)

This class is either:
- not upcoming on our schedule,
- or we've fallen behind in our clerical duties and not entered it in the database.
If you found it on our calendar page, we are planning to offer it on that date.

If you're interested in taking Working through Ted Tucker's book: and it's not on the calendar, please tell us using our Notification-List Page.

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