“a place to learn and be creative, to produce something beautiful and tangible, to learn patience, precision and process“
“the workshop provides me with a sanctuary away from home, a place to enjoy the company of like-minded people from all walks of life”
“I have developed a respect for working with wood and a deep appreciation of the time and effort required to produce a finished project“
“my Tutor’s wealth of knowledge was used extensively from the start of the design and timber selection right through to the choice of finish to use”
Melbourne School of Fine Woodworking
melbourne school of fine woodworking (msfw) is a not for profit woodworking club located at Box Hill in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs.
We provide ongoing daytime and evening tutor groups, specialist workshops and project based courses in fine furniture making for beginners through to experienced woodworkers.
Professional designers and furniture makers teach students in small classes with an emphasis on using hand tools and techniques. Our facilities include a workshop equipped with workbenches and hand tools for each student and a separate machine room.
We welcome applications from anyone wishing to broaden their skills and design and make furniture for their own enjoyment in a supportive environment. Previous woodworking skills are not necessary, but success in fine furniture making does require patience and attention to detail.
“I have developed a respect for working with wood and a deep appreciation of the time and effort required to produce a finished project.”
Introduction to Furniture Making course – Sat/Sun 22/23 July
1 vacancy – Be Quick!
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Give the Gift of Woodworking
Give a Melbourne School of Fine Woodworking Gift Certificate to that special person in your life who is interested in woodworking. To purchase a Gift Certificate please contact us.
2017 Short Courses
If the course you are interested in is not scheduled, please contact us now to register your interest – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Term 3 2017
10 July to 22 September