Been woodworking for years and then found the club so that I could extend my knowledge and meet new people.
Here’s What Some Of Our Members Say
Been carving looking for somewhere local to share my love of carving and found the Cooroora Wood working club and have been a member for years.
I took up scrollsawing in 2010 after doing pyrography for several years. I used to spend hours in my shed creating fretwork masterpieces for competitions. I also made and sold puzzles, wall hangings and names for children. These days I enjoy making presents for family and friends and I love to teach fellow members the art of scrollsawing. Conducting demonstrations is very enjoyable too. A lot of ladies say to me, “It’s like sewing,” but I always found scrollsawing easier than sewing!
Life member and expert woodturner Alan Warner recently rose to our ‘Trash to Treasure’ challenge: I was in the workshop and noticed that someone had thrown a partly finished, broken bowl into the bin. It was badly cracked but I thought I might be able to save it. The repair job was a bit of a challenge but eventually I was able to shape it into a nice little bowl. So, this better go in the Trash to Treasure section!
been with the club since … and now give fine furniture lessons Monday afternoon to club members.
I have a weak back and was looking to carry on my love of woodworking when I found cooroora woodworking club they made every effort to asssit me with being able to carry on my caftsmanship.